An essential gluten free brunch basic: how to make perfect fluffy gluten free American pancakes using Doves Farms self-raising flour and applesauce to sweeten.
These lemon meringue pastry slices are a fun, tasty dessert to make at home and besides the soft meringue topping, they couldn’t get any easier thanks to the use of ready rolled Jus-Rol puff pastry and pre-made Tiptree lemon curd.
These simple delicious cheese taco shells are probably the easiest recipe of all time, they take seconds to make and they’re of course naturally gluten free seeing as there’s literally only one ingredient needed: cheese!
You can find this little gluten free gem is just a short walk away from Cockfosters tube station, right by Trent Park. Not only do Skewd Kitchen have gluten free options, but they have a separate gluten free menu with so much choice. Even their chips are fried separately to avoid cross-contamination!
A look into all things gluten free in Stroud Green Market; a lovely little farmers market located in Stroud Green School’s car park, opposite the Faltering Fullback pub, just a short walk away from Finsbury Park station in North London.
A super soft and delicious glutinous rice pizza base made without gluten or yeast and with added mozzarella to give the dough extra strength, moisture and elasticity.
Often stuffed with ice cream but traditionally filled with a sweet bean paste, mochi is a popular Japanese treat that is not only naturally gluten free, but surprisingly easy to make at home. And for a fraction of the price may I add!
The Tiffin Tin is a mini restaurant chain located in North London who make absolutely delicious and gluten free friendly Indian food.
This little gem is just around the corner from Finsbury Park station, right in the heart of Stroud Green. If you’re around the area and after some good authentic Turkish food, Petek is the place to be. There is no gluten free menu or options marked on the menu, but they can point you towards safe dishes.