Gluten Free Recipes
Looking for a gluten free recipe, whether it is because of general health reasons, or becasue you suffer from gluten intolerance? You’re in the right place!
Some of the recipes here also cater for people with other dietary requirements, including vegetarians and those who are dairy intolerant.
But don’t forget, these recipes can also be enjoyed by those with no dietary requirements. Also, be assured that I have tested most of them on my non-Coeliac family and friends – and I’ve had no complaints so far! :-)
I am lucky enough to have a pear tree in my backyard which has produced a lot of fruit this season. To give you an idea, the photo below is just the pears I collected off the ground which hadn’t already been eaten by the worms.
I googled a few recipes and decided to make pear upside down muffins and a fig and pear loaf.
The pear upside down muffins are naturally gluten free being made from almond meal. They were very moist and whilst I recommend eating them as soon as they come out of More >
Looking for a quick and simple dessert that will wow your guests? Look no further than this berry, peanut butter granola and yogurt parfait. Best of all it’s sugar free!
- 1tbs peanut butter (the 100% peanut, no sugar kind – crunchy is best)
- 1/8 cup desiccated coconut
- 1/2 cup oats (gluten free)
- Yogurt (I used natural greek yogurt)
- Berries (I used black forest fruits – blackberries, black currants, cherries, morello cherries – which I defrosted and left to cool)
All you need to do is…
- Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius
- Mix (with your hands is easiest) the peanut butter, coconut and oats and place in the More >
I’m back… and I am going to start making up for my absense with this amazing recipe for gluten free banoffee pie.
Since moving to London I haven’t done much baking except when I went through a phase of making gluten free banana bread (recipe to come). However more recently I moved house and my new housemate loves to bake. So what better to do on a cold rainy Friday night in London than some baking!
I don’t think I had actually ever eaten banoffee pie, even before I was diagnosed coeliac, so I was very excited.
It turns out that banoffee pie More >
I saw an advertisement on TV for Hellmann’s Mayonnaise with this recipe. Whilst it sounded, let’s say interesting, I was intrigued and had to try it.
The first time I tried this recipe I bought some gluten free rice crumbs but I found them too crunchy with an almost sand type texture. The next time I cooked this recipe I therefore made my own breadcrumbs by blending a piece of frozen gluten free bread. It turned out really well, the chicken was very tender and it tasted awesome served with cornmeal mash (cornmeal mixed with milk and cheese) and stir fried More >
One night I had planned to make the chickpea curry I saw on Scandi Foodie’s blog however I left the recipe at work (and I didn’t have internet at home at the time) so I had to put my thinking cap on to try and remember the ingredients for this recipe. Then I realised that I actually didn’t have any chickpeas. But a couple of weeks earlier I had made a variation of the cauliflower curry recipe also on Scandi Foodie’s blog so I decided to do another variation on this recipe – luckily I did have cauliflower! That day I had purchased a piece of fish More >
I love rice paper rolls and it’s disappointing how many thai places don’t have them on the menu opting for gluteneous deep fried spring rolls instead. However they are very simple and cheap to make so I often make them at home as a dinner entree or snack.
You can buy the rice paper sheets from most supermarkets and then you just need to decide what you want to fill them with. I usually make vegetarian versions using coriander, carrot and cucumber but go ahead and experiment with chicken, beef and different types of vegetables. You can also add rice noodles.
If your More >