Some quick and easy gluten free Black Forest cupcakes I whipped up a couple of days ago as a surprise for my boyfriend’s birthday, stuffed with cherry pie filling in the middle and topped with vanilla whipped cream and dark chocolate shavings. 💛 If you like Black Forest cake, but […]
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A gluten free cream pie I made a couple of days ago, with a hint of lemon + topped with a basic cream cheese frosting (it’s such an amazing combo, seriously) and strawberries. 🍰🍋🍓 As much as I love baking, I always try to create gluten free desserts that taste […]
Some apple fritter ‘doughnuts’ I made yesterday, covered in a mountain of icing sugar. 😍 These little beauties are super easy to make. Just peel, core and slice some apples into rings, dip in cinnamon sugar, dip in batter and fry for a few minutes until crispy. The batter is […]
A gluten free peach cobbler I made a few days ago. 🍑 Growing up in Canada, cobbler was such a summer classic (especially the blueberry kind which is by far the best in my opinion) but it’s something that completely slipped out of my culinary radar after moving to the […]
How to make super quick, easy and perfectly crispy paneer and halloumi fries at home with a spicy gluten free flour coating. ? You’ve probably seen halloumi fries around as they’ve been so popular for a while! But interestingly I don’t ever see anyone use paneer. For those who aren’t […]
Today is a very special day… I think I’ve finally reached my cooking life goal: the ultimate gluten free doughnuts a.k.a. a pretty damn good version of Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnuts. Complete with their characteristically soft, bouncy, chewy texture. I didn’t even think it was possible, but guys I […]
Yes, after a few weeks break I’m back on the choux pastry obsession… ? And as promised since I made churro donut holes, here’s my proper churro donut rings version at last! ? They’re a bit more time consuming to prepare because the dough has to be piped into ring […]
How to make gluten free cream puffs at home; with a pastry cream filling and a dusting of icing sugar on top. Not only is it a fabulous French dessert and up there with some of the best in my opinion, but it’s also a lot easier to make than you make think.
An autumn twist on a British classic: gluten free pumpkin spice scones. ?