It’s been a bit of a roller coaster this weekend – from super healthy protein pancakes to the biggest, sickliest hot chocolates you could ever dream of!
A suprise discovery of a pop-up Caribbean Kitchen led to a sunshine-filled, gluten free meal and big smiles all round.
Made with a scone mix, these scones were soft and tasty and even stayed fresh for several days – easy to use and a great way to get a gluten free cream tea.
The campaign aims to increase awareness of coeliac disease and get more people diagnosed – and has started with a great announcement from Caffe Nero!
With beautiful views over the estuary, delicious bread rolls, generous portions and even home made macaroons, this is one of the most coeliac-friendly places I’ve found close to home.
Finally got round to trying the Newburn Bakehouse wraps – and here’s what I thought. Have you tried them?
Research suggests coffee could provoke a cross reaction in coeliacs, but its a controversial debate – what do you think? I cut coffee from my diet for a week, here’s how it went….
I searched high and low to find this place, and it was definitely worth it for their gluten free pizzas!
From ‘meat-za’ to flaxseed-spiked smoothies, it’s been an all out missing to drop down that little bit lower in time for my holiday – with lots of training and a new yoga dvd on the cards too!
Cruffles – a cross between cake pops and truffles, a great concept – and gluten free too!
Amazing gluten free and dairy free goodies from a local supplier in North Devon – well worth a try. Here’s what I thought of their cakes and pies…
A great snack, or perfect for breakfast, these gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian goodies pack a wonderful punch of skin-friendly vitamin E.
Happy Easter everyone – hope you’ve all been thoroughly spoilt!
I may have been a bit AWOL on the blog, but I’ve certainly been around in the gym….
A quick taste of what’s to come – have no fear, I am still here!
If I was trying to make a form of ‘meat-za’, then this would be the chicken equivalent of calzone (minus the tomatoes, but you could add those if you like)…
For a gluten free, dairy free, sugar free treat which is also suitable for vegans and vegetarians, you can’t go wrong with a raw chocolate nut pie!
This weekend saw a feast of tapas dishes, and all gluten free. Here’s three of the meals I cooked on Saturday to inject a bit of Spanish fun into your mealtimes.
Fishcakes…for breakfast? Oh yes, another wierd and wonderful idea, in my first experiment cooking with butter beans!
A great healthy and gluten free choice using a lean cut of pork and plenty of flavouring – great for entertaining guests or for a romantic night in!
Prepping my meals in advance and training regularly has helped keep me on top this week – but it’s time to set some more goals!
Two varieties of meatballs, both packing a different punch full of flavour – which one will you choose?