Baker’s fruity waffles *

There’s traditional waffles, and there’s my baker’s waffles. It actually started just like the first one, except that I had run out of baking powder and decided to replace it with dried active yeast. This recipe turned out to be one of my favourites, with very fluffy and moist waffles perfectly formed 🙂 Ingredients: (for…

White bread buns **

Making gluten-free bread is probably one of the trickiest things to make when you start eating gluten-free. It takes time, and more often than not, you end up with a cement-like loaf. Trust me, it happens 😉 But with time and practice, you can get very nice results like these little buns 🙂 Ingredients: (for 4…

Cauliflower crust pizza *

An original pizza recipe, gluten-free and tasty, with cumin, turmeric and of course, cauliflower 🙂 You can make the crust as thin or as thick as you wish, just don’t forget to bake it before adding your toppings for extra crunchiness 😉 Ingredients: (for one large pizza) 200g of thinly shredded cauliflower (raw) 50g of corn…

Gluten-free brown millet bread *

Another mouthwatering bread recipe just for you 🙂 I made these today and couldn’t wait to post the recipe. I think it’s my favourite bread so far! The light colour comes from the millet flour. With its crunchy crust and soft crumb, it’s the perfect gluten-free bread  😉 Ingredients: (for 8 single serve loafs) 300g brown…

Gluten-free vanilla shortbreads *

Shortbread biscuits with their crumbly texture are a great childhood classic in France, especially for the after school snack around 4pm 🙂 This gluten-free recipe is very easy and inexpensive, perfect if you’re a little short on time or want to bake in advance. The hardest part is to wait for them to cool down…

Gluten-free, egg-free, lactose-free tart crust *

This dough is one of the easiest of the french tart doughs, called “pâte brisée” literally “broken dough”. Easy to make and very versatile this dough is meant to be cooked at the same time as its garniture, therefore it is especially good for liquid preparations like quiches and flan. This recipe is made with…

Melting heart gluten-free fondant *

Chocolate fondants that can melt any heart, including their own 😉 The original recipe comes from my grandmother, they’re her specialty, she’s been baking them for as long as I can remember 🙂 This version is a tribute to her and all the great moment we spend together 🙂 Ingredients: (for 8 muffin sized fondants)…

Vegan pumpkin coco rocks *

What do you do with your pumpkin when you’re sick of pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie and other variations? Well, you make coconut rock cookies of course! This recipe is super easy, vegan, and gluten-free of course! Ingredients: (for 20 cookies) 250g roasted pumpkin 250ml coconut milk 100g agave syrup 10g baking flour 250g corn flour…

Lemon zest corn bread *

It’s not always easy to find tea time alternatives when you’re coeliac but these were so delicious I couldn’t stop eating them 🙂 This recipe is gluten-free, but also almost sugar-free, so if you’re looking for a guilt-free pleasure, you’ve come to the right place! Ingredients: (for a baking tray worth of corn breads) 150g…

Cacao madeleines *

Madeleines are easily my favourite snack to take on a trip. And they’re even  better with cacao 🙂 This gluten free recipe is fail-proof and it only takes 30 minutes! For this recipe I use cacao because I am having trouble finding chocolate with no gluten or traces of gluten, but you can easily replace the…