I love bread, my other half calls it my drug of choice, the trouble is I don’t work well with Wheat. Coupled with the intense memories I have of baking bread with my mum means that I find it very hard not to bake and eat bread. Hence my search for the perfect gluten free home made loaf. This is a good gluten free recipe, … Continue reading Multi Grain Gluten Free Bread
I have mentioned before how I love to bake and it is hotly debated topic in our house as to whether it is more important to have good flavour or whether the item in question is gluten free. Even when we are out and about, I see items touted as gluten free when to be quite honest you might as well be chewing a piece … Continue reading Lemon & Raspberry cakes – a gluten free treat
Classic Palmiers are delicious flaky sugary layered puff pastry sheets. Needless to say they are not everyday eating in our house but I was curious about making puff pastry and thought I would give these a go. Chocolate Palmiers are the classic taken up a level with my addition of a melted dark chocolate layer. A real sweet treat and if you buy ready made … Continue reading Chocolate Palmiers
We dont buy many (if any) baked goods in our house. If you bake them yourself, at least you can guarantee the quality of the ingredients you use and be aware of how much sugar has gone into something and therefore when to stop eating (after 1!) Its also a great way to pass a morning with my little one as she recites ‘eggs come … Continue reading Cranberry muffins with natural yoghurt and treacle
A visit to the National Gallery filled the day today, the building is being renovated and we have a small child in tow so a short visit is necessary, a visit to see the best assembled into one exhibition- Masterpieces from the Collection. There are loads of memories for me on those walls stretching back as far as primary school when we were taken in … Continue reading Brownies but not as you know them….