Some simple and delicious cream cheese mille-feuille I made using Jus Rol puff pastry, gluten free of course. I feel like mille feuille is one of those classic French desserts that a lot of gluten free people love and miss, but most assume it’s just too difficult to re-create at home… […]
Carrying on with our daily lockdown afternoon tea tradition today, this time with clementine creme brûlée. ? It’s such an easy, tasty and naturally gluten free dessert that requires next to no effort. Except having the patience to wait for them to set in the fridge for a few […]
As I mentioned on Instagram yesterday, I finally made dairy free choux pastry! It’s probably no secret to anyone who follows me on social media that I’m a bit of a dairy addict. But being on lockdown and having to ration my butter supply ?, I decided it was time […]
Today I have a lovely recipe that I’m so happy to share with you and it’s for something I’ve been meaning to make for ages: gluten free chocolate choux pastry! Most importantly, one that yields a perfectly puffy and airy on the inside texture which you can use for a […]
Some mini meringue nests I made yesterday filled with lemon curd. ? I have to admit that I wasn’t a big fan of baked meringue when I was younger and I blame cheap shop bought meringues for putting me off. They tend to be so hard and is it just me […]
I finally made some mille-feuille / custard slices this morning ?, using Jus Rol gluten free puff pastry + homemade pastry cream and a simple icing. Along with eclairs and proper Krispy Kreme style doughnuts, this was yet another classic dessert that was missing from my gluten free life (until […]
How to make gluten free palmiers a.k.a. super easy 2 ingredients pastry cookies! ? It seems these cookies get called a million different names so you may know them as elephant ears, pig ears, palmiers, palm leaves, French hearts, etc. If you’ve never tried them, they’re basically very simple crunchy […]
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.
This French classic is not only one of the best desserts, but did you know they’re also surprisingly easy to make at home? In fact it’s a wonder gluten free eclairs are so rare considering how simple they are! If all this time you’ve been missing eclairs and you too were under the impression that this delicacy is something you can only buy, then think again. It’s time to get cooking your own!