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  • Gluten-free cupcakes

    These easy gluten-free cupcakes are a delicious option if you're on a gluten-free diet. They're so easy to make and taste just like the real deal. Simple to bake, these pretty, gluten-free cupcakes are perfect for kids' parties or to enjoy with a steaming cup of tea. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes and will take around 40 mins to prepare and bake. Top your cupcakes with tasty buttercream and serve immediately. Any leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin of the kitchen side for up to 3 days - if they last that long!

    • 4
    (308 ratings)
  • Phil Vickery's pot roast chicken

    Phil Vickery's pot-roast chicken

    Phil Vickery's pot-roast chicken is a delicious chicken dish that the whole family will love. Serve this tender pot-roast chicken dish with creamy mash and sweet baby onions braised in vinegar to really make it a meal to remember! And, to top it all off, this dinner dish by TV chef Phil Vickery is completely gluten-free too!

    • 3
    (18 ratings)
  • cauliflower kedgeree

    Spicy cauliflower kedgeree

    Cauliflower kedgeree is a twist on the classic rice-based dish that we’ve lightened up by using cauliflower. Kedgeree is a curried rice dish with smoked fish, parsley, and eggs. We’ve omitted the eggs to keep things simple, and used a mix of basmati rice and blended cauliflower to recreate the flavours of a kedgeree while making it a dish that is a bit different. Cauliflower kedgeree is a healthy and flavourful fish dish that makes a great light lunch or simple supper. Why not try serving it with a take on a raita made with Greek yoghurt, mint, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt and pepper. We used frozen smoked haddock fillets to make this cauliflower kedgeree, which help to keep costs low!

    • 3
    (2 ratings)
  • citrus christmas pudding

    Citrus Christmas pudding

    Our citrus Christmas pudding puts a zesty twist on a classic Christmas pudding, and our recipe is gluten free! The flavour of lemon makes this citrus Christmas pudding a bit different, and cuts through the richness of the pudding. This citrus Christmas pudding recipe makes 2 x 900g puddings, each serving 8. You could keep one citrus Christmas pudding for your family’s Christmas dinner and give the other as a gift, if you like.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Gluten free Christmas cake

    Gluten-free Christmas cake

    Gluten-free Christmas cake can taste just as good as the original recipe - and doesn't have to be difficult to make either! For those who have to follow a gluten-free diet, eating home-made cakes can be quite a challenge as many are made with wheat flour which is full of gluten. Nowadays it’s not too difficult to find gluten-free flours – most large supermarkets will have an aisle dedicated to special diet products. This Gluten-free Christmas cake uses both gluten-free flour and baking powder and the only thing to remember when baking with these products is to add a little extra liquid to the recipe. Store the cake in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.

    • 3
    (79 ratings)
  • gluten free blueberry pies

    Gluten free blueberry pies

    Gluten free blueberry pies are the perfect dinner party dessert, especially if one or more of your guests follow a gluten free diet. We've used a home-made buckwheat pie crust, which is suitable for coeliacs and those with a gluten intolerance, and also has a lovely nutty flavour. Blueberry pie is an American family staple, and it’s easy to easy to see why. These individual pies are bursting with fresh blueberries that give a beautiful colour as well as great flavour. Unlike other fruits, blueberries do not require peeling before making the filling, saving you time in the kitchen while giving delicious results every time.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • pesto chicken courgetti

    Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken

    Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken is a quick and easy dish that is both healthy and packed with flavour. If you love pasta, but want to eat something a bit lighter and lower in carbs, then courgette spaghetti is for you. The spiralised courgette acts just like spaghetti and is the perfect base for a pasta sauce. Even better - these clever noodles can count towards one of your five a day. Even fussy eaters won't notice they're eating vegetables when it's disguised as pasta. We've served our courgette spaghetti with home made pesto and seasoned, pan fried chicken fillets. Making your own pesto is so easy and gives far better results than anything you can buy in the shops. All you need to do is blend a few ingredients and you've got a fresh and punchy sauce, without any artificial flavourings or additives. Our recipe uses quark, a lower fat cheese product, popular in Germany, which reduces the fat content and gives the pesto a creamy texture. Courgette spaghetti with pesto and chicken is the perfect healthy summer supper.

    • 4
    (4 ratings)
  • Gluten-free scones

    Gluten-free scones are perfect for anyone who is gluten intolerant, or simply fancy trying something a little different. Everyone loves a cup of afternoon tea with a delicious scone and jam, so give it a go today for a real treat! If you find it tricky rolling out crumbly gluten-free flour mixture, use an ice-cream scoop!

    • 3
    (342 ratings)
  • Baked sweet potato

    Baked sweet potatoes with chilli and cinnamon butter

    We love a baked sweet potato, they're much speedier than the standard version and taste better too (in our humble opinion!). This easy baked sweet potato recipe includes a tasty topping too, to make tea time that little bit more exciting. We've combined chilli, cinnamon and butter for a really moreish flavour combination that the whole family are sure to love. You can either pop these sweet potatoes in the oven, or cook them on the barbecue in the summer months. The added smokiness from the flames will give another dimension of flavour that we think makes these baked sweet potatoes taste super special. Serve them up with grilled meat and salad for a meal you'll want to make again and again.

    • 3
    (7 ratings)
  • Quinoa broccoli feta salad

    Quinoa, feta and broccoli salad

    Celeb chef Jo adds quinoa, a super-healthy South American protein, to this tasty salad with feta cheese, broccoli and pomegranate. Quinoa is a super healthy grain thanks to its rich protein content and high fibre and iron content. Broccoli is a great addition to this dish thanks to its high content of vitamin C and vitamin K, as well as folate and dietary fibre. Adding creamy feta gives a great salty and smooth addition to the crunchy broccoli and combines really well with the rest of the ingredients to make this salad so delicious. Give it a got this week for a tasty lunch or dinner recipe and yhou won’t be disappointed.

    • 4
    (39 ratings)
  • Gluten-free victoria sponge

    Gluten-free Victoria sponge

    This easy gluten-free Victoria sponge recipe is a real winner. Going gluten-free can be tricky, but with recipes like this gluten-free Victoria sponge, you needn't miss out on your favourites. This light and airy sponge is perfect alongside your afternoon cuppa - we like it filled with raspberry jam, but you can choose whichever flavour you like best. This recipe will take 50 mins to make and serves 8 people. This gluten-free version takes delicious - you won't believe that it's gluten-free! Once you've mastered this gluten favourite you'll want to make it time and time again.

    • 3
    (230 ratings)
  • Gluten-free chocolate brownies

    Gluten-free chocolate brownies

    These gluten-free chocolate brownies are squidgy, fudgy cubes of joy. You don't have to miss out on a classic if you're on a gluten-free diet. These mouthwatering brownies tastes just like the real deal - you won't believe they're gluten-free! The simple batter is hugely versatile, so you can try adding your favourite nuts, dried fruits or sweets to create new flavour combinations. Extra chocolate chunk are optional but come highly recommended! This recipe makes 24 chocolate brownie squares - perfect for sharing! And will take around 1hr to prepare and cook plus cooling time. These brownies can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin on the kitchen side for 3-4 days. They're much better the next day as the sponge would have had time to absorb all the rich chocolaty flavour. You could even serve them warm by popping a square or two in the microwave on a low heat for 10-20 seconds. Delicious! A square of these brownies works out at only 202 calories per portion which is great news.

    • 3
    (105 ratings)

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