Posts tagged Well & Good
I had already made a batch of scones using Well & Good‘s self raising flour mix and while they were much better than my first attempt, they still needed some improvement. I decided to have another go but this time make some pumpkin scones with the leftover sachet of self raising flour mix (you get two per box). I read through a few recipes for pumpkin scones and decided I would use about 1/4 of a butternut pumpkin (while quantity varied on each recipe this is how much pumpkin I had so it suited me!). With the advice of Sam More >
All week I have been thinking about what cake I would make my Mum for Mother’s Day. I decided that it would be good to use the box of Well & Good Sponge Swiss Roll Mix that has been sitting in the pantry for a couple of months. Before I went gluten free I would never have even considered making a sponge cake (as my perception was they are quite boring), however I was intrigued to see how successful a gluten free sponge cake would be.
I decided to have a search for a cake using sponge that was a bit more More >
In the recent The Australian Coeliac magazine there was an advertising lift out for Well & Good which included a recipe for gluten free scones using their self raising flour. I got rather excited about this as I tried making gluten free scones last year at some point and they were a complete failure. I had a feeling that the Well & Good scones would be better, after my success with Well & Good’s Crusty Bread mix to make bagels.
I purposely made the scones when I was having friends over for a BBQ, (a) so I didn’t eat them all More >
I was so excited when I found out that Well & Good, a company who make gluten free baking mixes, had a packet mix to make bagels. I used to love bagels and it was one of the foods I have missed since going gluten free. You can make a number of different types of bread from Well & Good’s Crusty Bread Mix including ciabatta, Vienna, baguettes, challah bread and of course bagels!
They are very easy to make, all you do is add oil and water to the provided yeast and bread mix. You then mix either by hand or More >