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Shrove Tuesday isn’t the same without tossing a few pancakes and you don’t need to miss out if you have food intolerances or allergies. We have a quick and easy recipe that is definitely worth a try.
100g gluten free plain flour
1 medium egg
1 tbsp sunflower oil
250ml dairy free milk
For even more flavour I sometimes add a tiny splash of vanilla extract or a squirt of golden syrup
Put the flour and egg in a mixing bowl. Add the milk and whisk into a batter. If you can make the batter in advance that will help – but it’s not essential to let it rest. Heat the oil in a heavy based frying pan and add a good tablespoon of the batter and roll it round the pan to cover the surface. Cook till golden and then flip and cook the other side. I usually find these quantities make about 4 good sized pancakes. Add your favourite #freefrom toppings and you’re allergy friendly Shrove Tuesday feast can begin.
With National Picnic Week fast approaching (Sat 13th – Sun 21st June 2015) I have been searching for a recipe free from the 14 allergens. These little beauties are delicious and nutritious and perfect picnic fare– I like to add a sprinkle of chilli flakes to mine for that extra kick… Sweet potato falafels Ingredients Read more
For Coeliac Awareness Week, we’re sharing this delicious rhubarb and pear crumble. Gluten-free of course, but it can easily be made free from the rest of the 14 allergens – see the ingredients below. Rhubarb is in season at the moment; chose crisp, firm, plump stalks with good colour. Kept in the fridge, fresh rhubarb Read more
As Halloween approaches there’s lots of recipes popping up for Pumpkin Soup. Pumpkins are a bit of a nightmare to work with and not as readily available as other types of squash so we’ve got this alternative for you – made with butternut squash. This recipe is completely delicious, easy to make and free from many allergens.