Deliciously chewy, but crunchy on the outside, these gluten free peanut butter cookies are so easy to whip up, made with very little flour and 100% crunchy peanut butter.
Today’s recipe is a simple and yummy meal idea: creamy grilled salmon and asparagus pasta made with Philadelphia cream cheese and Morrisons gluten free brown rice penne. Great if you love pasta and are looking for nice change from the usual bolognese and tomato sauces.
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.
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!
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.
Dishoom is a mini chain of restaurants in Central London that offers deliciousy gluten free, safe for Coeliacs, Indian food with an Iranian touch.
A deliciously creamy and naturally gluten free alternative to oatmeal; perfect for the coeliacs who can’t have oats or those who are looking to add some variety to their breakfast menu.
These healthy, low carb coconut crepes are made with very little flour, are low(ish) in calories, gluten free and suit both sweet & savoury breakfast options.