As the nights draw in and the weather gets wetter, a warming and hearty pudding is exactly what you need. That can be a challenge on a gluten-free diet, but this easy bread and butter pudding recipe from Newburn Bakehouse is the perfect winter comfort food.
Gluten-free bread and butter pudding
What’s more, it’s great for using up the end of a loaf, and it’s so tasty and gooey the whole family will love it. Read the rest of this article »
I don’t know about you but I hate being out and about and struck down with the munchies. Most newsagents don’t have much in the way of healthy, low calorie vegetarian, gluten free options. Often I’ll stick a couple of rice cakes in my bag to ward off hunger pangs although – let’s be honest – some are like cardboard.
So we were chuffed when the nice people at Oloves sent us some of their olive packs to try. Read the rest of this article »
Nairn’s Gluten Free Products
You’re probably already familiar with Nairn’s gluten free products. They’re available in all good grocery stores including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Asda. And what’s more they’re tasty, filling and low in calories too.
If you’re a gym bunny or a runner (like me) they’re the perfect pre and post exercise snack. But until now we’ve always eaten our gluten free oatcakes plain and simple and straight out of the packet.
However, the good people at Nairn’s sent us a box of gluten free oatcakes and biscuits this week, along with a bunch of recipes from their nutritionist, aimed at boosting our energy and replenishing sore muscles. And it’s made us rethink our oatcakes approach! Read the rest of this article »