Your GF recipes

Gluten Free Rolls

Gluten Free Rolls

The most amazing gluten free rolls for lunch, for burgers. Moist inside with a crunchy outside.

Gluten free bread

Gluten free bread

This is an improvement on my other recipe, it lasts longer and stays softer for longer. I've been told by my daughter it's the best so far.

Cherry friands (gluten free)

I was given a friand tin for Christmas one year and I thought that the oval shape for little cakes was delightful. They will however taste just as good as small cakes cooked in a muffin tin. This recipe has been adapted as gluten free but are enjoyed by all, as they are a real treat.

Gluten Free Round Loaves

Gluten Free Round Loaves

2 x 'wet bread mix' to last over 10 days, that will make 4 x 1lb round loaves each (8 loaves in total!!)

gluten and sugar free sorghum pancakes

gluten and sugar free sorghum pancakes

Who doesn’t love pancakes? From kids to their parents – and grandparents – everyone is a pancakes fan. When we say everyone loves pancakes, we mean EVERYONE! even those of you following a gluten-free diet.

Dairy and wheat free Breton Galettes, made with buckwheat flour

Dairy and wheat free Breton Galettes, made with buckwheat flour

Very simple to make. A delicious Breton variety of the traditional French crepe made with buckwheat flour, usually for savoury fillings. With a grand daughter with dairy intolerance, it's always a challenge to come up with "something different". These disappeared rapidly with a ham/goat's cheese filing, topped off with a fried egg.

Pumpkin, carrot and walnut cake with cashew orange frosting

Pumpkin, carrot and walnut cake with cashew orange frosting

This is similar to a carrot cake, but so much better! With its spices and distinctive deep flavours of the teff flour, Palmyra nectar and the nutty cold pressed rapeseed oil, it’s a delightfully warming cake. The pumpkin purée keeps it scrumptiously soft while studded with lightly toasted crunchy walnuts and juicy sultanas (seedless golden raisins).

Gluten-free Fruit Crumble

Gluten-free Fruit Crumble

This is a 'cheffy' deconstructed version where the crumb and fruit are cooked separately and come together on the plate, making it a special dessert for example at a supper party or Sunday lunch with family and friends. The crumble can be made granola-style with a handful of gluten-free oats added to the flour, and can also be made with no added sugar. Delicious served warm, hot or cold, with a dollop of cream, natural yoghurt or custard. The choice is yours!

Ellie's Grain-free Seed Loaf

Ellie's Grain-free Seed Loaf

This really easy quick recipe is great for those who are wheat intolerant. As it is made rather like a cake and does not use yeast, there is no waiting around for it to rise. The seeds give a granary bread texture to it and it can be used to make sandwiches or toasted with melted cheese just like normal bread. This is a regular for my childrens' lunch boxes and it is especially handy for those whose schools have a nut ban.

Ellie's grain-free and dairy-free walnut and currant spice cake

Ellie's grain-free and dairy-free walnut and currant spice cake

This recipe makes a wonderful moist cake but due to the type of ingredients it does require a food processor! I regularly include this healthy cake in my chidren's lunch boxes. It keeps for a week in the fridge and any dried out crumbs may be served with icecream or part of a custard style desert, so there's no waste!