Gluten Free Recipes

Looking for easy gluten free recipes?

Here is a collection of HUNDREDS of recipes from my site.

They’re all coeliac-friendly and wheat free, with some dairy free, egg free and vegan recipes too.

From gluten free cakes and treats to healthy gluten free meal ideas, there is something to suit everyone.

You can search by recipe type or just have a browse and see what catches your eye.

All of these gluten free recipes use easy-to-find ingredients.

I work with readily available flour blends you’ll find in the supermarket and there’s no fancy or complicated ingredients.

Many of the recipes also have video tutorials or step-by-step photos to help along the way.

I don’t believe that being on a gluten free diet should mean missing out, or having to compromise.

All of these recipes are designed to be enjoyed by everyone, whether you’re a gluten free veteran or a newbie.

Hopefully your gluten-eating friends and family will never know the difference!

A gluten free pre-gym meal

A healthy and delicious meal to set you up for a session in the gym – and it’s quick and easy to make too!

Egg-fried cauliflower rice: a revelation

A wonderful and healthy alternative to rice – and all from the humble cauliflower

Lunchtime resolutions: gluten free goodies

This week I have been trying to eat healtheir lunches as part of my new regime to get fit and healthy!

Warming Apple and Pear Crumble

What better way to banish those winter blues than with a warming apple and pear crumble, a dollop of ice cream, and a mug of hot chocolate? Follow this recipe for a delicious winter warmer.

Tomato and Spinach Chicken Bake

A delicious dish with tender chicken, tasty veg and stringy mozzerella – with a little pepperoni kick! Healthy, and a great student meal.

Quinoa with chicken, avo and spinach…mouthwatering!

Deliciously healthy, full of veg (got to be at least 2 of your 5-a-day, surely!?) low in salt and high in protein, this delicious meal is a great quick fix!

Green Pasta!

Faced with an array of mixed ingredients in the fridge and freezer, here’s what Steve and I threw together to make this delicious, and relatively healthy, Green Pasta!

Squidgy Chestnut & Baileys Meringue Cake!

The mountain of turkey is subsiding, television is slipping back into it’s dreary state and everyone’s feeling a bit of the post-Christmas blues as the last of the snow melts away, so here’s a yummy festive pudding to brighten up the day!

Snow Time Survival Pt. 2

With even less variation in my cupboard, my second day of holding myself captive from the snow required a bit more imagination…

Fantastic Firework Flapjack!

If you’ve got a few friends over to watch the fireworks or gather round the bonfire, you need an easy and filling snack to keep everyone smiling! Flapjack is the perfect option for the many coeliacs that can eat oats – chewy, sweet, and so easy to make! During our…

Bonfire butternut soup!

Bonfire night is ultimately my favourite time of the year! Dark nights spent cosy-ing up with hot chocolate and watching the fireworks sparkle, brings magic to the cold winter drawing in. And what better way to celebrate this fun weekend with some traditional, winter-warming food with a bonfire-night themed blog…

Quinoa with chicken, veg and feta!

If you used to love couscous, then this is the perfect alternative for you! Quinoa is rich in protein, and I use it just like I used to use couscous! It’s really good for you and so easy to make! To prepare the quinoa, rinse the grain through cold water,…

Baked Stuffed Aubergines

Now before any of you pull the face I pulled when I first tried aubergines, read on! When I first tried this wierd but oddly fascinating to look at vegetable I wasn’t too sure, but that was just aubergine in it’s blandest form. This is revolutionary. Hot fleshy aubergine, with…

Pizza Pizza!!

I know that I’ve done a few pizza related posts before, but this one deserves to be top of the list, as I have just discovered THE best pizza base recipe EVER! Soft, doughy and light, this base is a far cry ahead of the crunchy, chewy and dry evolution…

A More Tropical Version…

Due to the loss of my laptop recently, I’ve been trying to spend a bit more creative time in the kitchen. The other night, I decided to be adventurous and try Butternut Squash for the first time, as I always watch Rae bring her version into work and I wanted…

Brownie Extravaganza!

I absolutely LOVE chocolate brownie! It’s so versatile and amazingly addictive. So I decided that I would dedicate this entry to this delicious decadence. My Mum made chocolate brownies yesterday and they were soooo yummy! Crunchy on the crusts and gooey in the middle – they were the perfect texture.…

Creamy Seafood Spaghetti

Following my obsession with risotto, I decided that I should refrain from making another seafood risotto, and decided  to try and make seafood linguine. The problem was that I actually didn’t have any linguine in my cupboard, so Creamy and delicious – enjoy with a glass of chilled white wine…

Mini Crumble Delights!

When I saw that my friend Lauren had been making mini crumbles, it sounded like something I had to try myself! I got a sillicone baking set from my Aunt for Christmas, and decided to use the funky little cake cases to make some mini crumbles of my own! I…

Stuffed Mushrooms

Ok, so today I went on a bit of a mission in the kitchen (see crumble recipe coming soon!) and I decided to make stuffed mushrooms for tea! The large flat mushrooms you can buy are so versatile, and you can stuff them with just about anything! I have used…

A Passion for Seafood

If there’s one thing I love more than risotto, it’s seafood! I absolutely love any kind of seafood from prawns to scallops and octopus – you name it and I will happily scoop it up off the plate and eat it! So when I passed the fish counter in Asda,…

The ultimate indulgence

I bought some plums the other day, and realised that they were starting to get a bit ripe. Worried I wouldn’t be able to eat them before they went off, I decided that I would have a go at stewing them! And they were bloody good! So for the ultimate…

Feeding my Risotto Obsession

I can’t get enough of risotto at the moment. It’s so easy and simple to make, and uses as many or as little ingredients as you want it to! Tonight, I decided to make Mushroom and Tarragon risotto. My Mum has started me on some sort of love affair with…

A Quick Fix Meal

If you’re wondering what to cook tonight and you’re in a bit of a hurry, then this is the perfect dinner for you! To make this, I used Juvela Fibre Linguine, which is a really great make of pasta. With extra fibre it’s especially good for you, and it cooks…

Leek, Bacon and Red Wine Risotto

So today has been a very successful day! Have received a lovely selection of samples from Juvela today to review, and some beautiful treats from Steph’s Free From Cakes, reviews will be posted up soon! For dinner tonight I decided to opt for Risotto. It’s such an easy and versatile…

Phil Vickery’s Turkey Burgers

For Christmas, I received a copy of Phil Vickery‘s book Seriously Good Gluten-Free Cooking. Today, after exhausting my selection of ready meals, I decided to give one of the recipes a go! This book has some amazing recipes in it, and something for every occassion. It consists of simple, good…