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.
This healthy frozen yoghurt recipe is a slightly different take on the banana ‘nice cream’ that’s been so popular for the last few years. If you’re new to this, it’s basically blended frozen bananas masquerading as ice cream! But with the added Greek-style yoghurt, it has a far more genuine ice cream consistency.
A guide to eating gluten free chicken and chips in London. That much loved fast food is virtually always out of reach for us gluten free people, but thankfully there are a few restaurants around to save the day!
Super light and fluffy apple cinnamon pancakes made with Doves Farm gluten free self-raising flour and naturally sweetened with applesauce.
Schar released some gluten free tortellini!
My complete gluten free Islington guide – where to eat, where to shop and where to find gluten free beer!
A gluten free blueberry cobbler with a touch of cinnamon; a warm and comforting recipe that works well both as a breakfast or dessert.