There’s nothing more christmasy then making giant marshmallow pistachio chocolate cookies! The smell of cookies wafting around the kitchen is so comforting! When I first made some cookies back in 2012, I was disappointed that the cookies were not ‘glued together’ like a non gluten free cookie.View Post
Did someone say Christmas cake? Yes Christmas Pudding Chocolate Cake that is super yummy, moist, chocolatey, gooey and free from gluten! This is a super easy recipe that I saw in LIDL and transformed it into my own gluten free creation! This is a great recipe that you can use year round. Instead of Christmas puddings, you could create something for birthdays or other occasions!
Greek yoghurt and lychee cake to add some exotic-ness into your life! Yoghurt cake or Yiaourtopita is a traditional cake made with yoghurt instead of milk. There are variations of the recipe, but I kept it simple. I decided to add some tinned lychees to this recipe, but you could use other tinned fruit like mandarins or peaches.
Oh I do love finding new and exciting restaurants in London, and the Folly is my latest find. Set in the heart of the city, situated on Gracechurch street, near to monument station and within walking distance from London Fenchurch street, this is a vibrant and trendy place to be! With plenty of vegan and gluten free options on the menu, I met up for a Sunday brunch with my gorgeous fellow blogging friend Rosanna from roses rooftop, to sample the delightful menu!
Looking for a newly refurbished pub in Epping to wine and dine in? Then look no further. The George and Dragon Pub in Epping offers a variety of menus, including vegan and gluten free options. Their new seasonal menu will cater for all. Whether you want to indulge in classic pub grub or if you fancy something lighter, this premium pub will cater for your needs.
Warming chicken and vegetable soup to enjoy on these cosy autumnal nights sitting by the fire. Autumn is my favourite time of year and get a buzz out of changing my clothes and makeup to autumnal colours. I love making soup and cosy dishes as they bring back such fond memories of my childhood and preparing for Halloween and bonfire night! I made this meal with my leftovers from a Sunday roast.
This prawn dish is something my mum and I threw together one night when we were thinking about what to cook for dinner. It’s an easy dish to fill those hungry bellies as you only need a few ingredients: rice, prawns, courgettes, cheese and veg! Lovely combo when you want to bring a touch of the mediterranean to your home!
I am back! Did you miss me? I have travelled far and wide, over the mountains and hills, covering miles upon miles! Readjusting to the British climate has been a bit strange, but I am welcoming a little cooler weather after sweating my whole body off for months and months! Don’t even get me started on the countless times my legs were sticking to every single seat I sat on! If you are wondering where I went, I travelled to Turkey and then to Rhodes.
Hot off the press! Stella Artois have released a gluten free beer! I was lucky enough to sample the beer last weekend, after receiving the most gorgeous hamper! Stella Artois is the UKs number one brand, so creating this for the gluten free market will definitely be great for all those beer lovers out there. It is coeliac UK certified, and will be available throughout the UK this autumn.