Easy Gluten Free Almond and Chocolate muffins

Hmm. I need an easy muffin that is both nutritious and freezes well for my Coeliac daughter and the other kids. It also needs to "not taste healthy"! Argh! Kids! This fits the bill! These are delicious and *just* sweet. No stevia? Add more Rice Malt Syrup. Change it up and make it work for … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Almond and Chocolate muffins

Wholesome Buckwheat Bread

It's been 10 years next month since I was diagnosed with Coeliac disease. The food on offer has gone from zero to ka-boom-boom-POW within that that time. There is gluten free food everywhere now. 10 years ago, there were no gluten free breads available to purchase in the supermarket. Now it has it's own section! … Continue reading Wholesome Buckwheat Bread

Back to school snack – Mummy Joys (Healthy Honey Joys). Fructose free, nut free, gluten free, egg free.

As we gear up for the kids to get back to school, I was in the mood for performing a bit of a food make over. My kids really love honey joys, but conventional ones use Cornflakes loaded with sugar and honey. It's a fructose nightmare. By making a few changes we can introduce a … Continue reading Back to school snack – Mummy Joys (Healthy Honey Joys). Fructose free, nut free, gluten free, egg free.

Chocolate Macadamia Cookies. Gluten and fructose free

About 10 years ago, before I was diagnosed as being Coeliac, I used to eat bags and bags of Arnott's Country Kitchen cookies. They packaged them in a "bag" to make them look more homemade, like your grandmother had just baked them. I went absolutely crazy for those cookies, my favourite being the chocolate macadamia … Continue reading Chocolate Macadamia Cookies. Gluten and fructose free