This gluten free Biscoff cheesecake is a delicious Christmas dessert idea, filled with the cinnamon-spice of Christmas with swirls of homemade gluten free Biscoff spread. It's a great dessert to prepare in advance and just decorate before serving - you don't even need to bake anything!
This toffee and pecan roulade is the perfect gluten free dessert. Crunchy meringue, sweet toffee sauce and crunchy pecans. It would be a perfect gluten free Christmas dessert too. It's an absolute favourite in our household and always goes down a treat.
This gluten free Jaffa Cake trifle is a delicious chocolate orange trifle, with a Jaffa Cake base, orange and mandarin jelly, chocolate custard and cointreau cream on top. A great alternative Christmas dessert - this serves around 10-12 people. The jelly is best set overnight and the rest can be added before serving.
This gluten free yule log recipe is an absolute classic. A light gluten free sponge, rolled and smothered in a rich chocolate frosting. It's a beauty! This is just as much fun to make as it is to eat and will fill you with all sorts of festive cheer.
These Savoury Gluten Free Crackers are perfect for a cheeseboard or snacking on. This recipe makes approximately 30 crackers using a 2.5 inch round fluted cutter - perfect for those who want afters but don't have much of a sweet tooth.
These easy gluten free mince pies feature buttery shortcrust pastry with a rich mincemeat filling. Super easy to make - serves 10 (with star tops) and around 8 with lids. Total time doesn't include chilling time for pastry.
A no-churn gluten free strawberry cheesecake ice-cream. Made with fresh strawberries and crumbled gluten free shortbread. A perfect summer dessert - no ice-cream maker required! Makes approximately 10-12 servings.
This Bonfire Night Pavlova is a dreamy gluten free dessert. Crunchy meringue with a toffee apple topping and caramel sauce. This makes a large pavlova to serve 8-10 people, depending how big you want the portions! Total time does not including cooling time for the meringue.
This gluten free Christmas cake is a festive classic. Soak the fruit up to 3 days before making this cake on Stir Up Sunday, which can then be stored and 'fed' every two weeks (for up to two months) until decorating. Total time doesn't including soaking the fruit.
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From sticky toffee pudding and mince pies to bread sticks and cheese crackers, there’s something for everyone.