Creamy wild mushrooms risotto *

  Last risotto before summer 🙂 This is my favourite risotto recipe, very traditional, just like my mother taught me. We’re not Italian, and not pretending to be, and neither are we absolute risotto experts. But according to my dad, my friends, and all the people that have reviewed this recipe since we started making…

Millet and buckwheat fluffy pancakes *

It’s been too long since I shared a pancake recipe 🙂 I made this one with what I had available at home (I’m running low on flour due to baking experiments haha) and it turned out fantastic! So I had to share it with you of course! Ingredients: (for 4 persons) 50g of buckwheat flour…

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…

Gluten-free Flemish leek pie *

My mother’s favourite recipe! Being from the north with Flemish roots, this recipe was a classic for cold winter evenings when I was growing up 🙂 Very easy and rather fast (when you’ve made the dough in advance) it only takes about an hour to make. It is perfect as a starter or main, with…

Traditional Gratin Dauphinois *

The gratin Dauphinois is a specialty from the Dauphiné region south of Lyon in France. It is very simple, and a great side for any meat and non meat dish. The secret to a great gratin lies in the type of potato you use, and how thinly you slice all the ingredients. Ingredients (for 4…

Blueberry and lemon no bake cheesecake *

Cheesecakes are a personal favourite of mine, although I find most of gluten free cheesecakes are too heavy and pack too much sugar. So I used one of my favourite recipes to come up with this no bake, light and fluffy version 🙂 Ingredients: (for 8 persons) For the crust: 75g of rice flour 25g of…

Traditional French madeleines *

Today it’s back to childhood and my grandmother’s kitchen with this adaptation of her famous madeleine recipe. I grew up loving these small cakes and I miss them so much I had to create my own version 🙂 Ingredients: (for 20 madeleines) 50g raw sugar 85g corn starch 2 eggs 60g of softened butter 2g…

Buckwheat loaf *

I love buckwheat 🙂 It is an easy-to-find substitute to wheat flour, and it tastes delicious! This is a rather large loaf, and depending on the type of yeast you like to use, it needs to leaven once, or twice! I love to make small round shapes because in my view, the more crust, the…

Millet and cacao pancakes *

Another pancake recipe! Pancakes are definitely my Sunday brunch favourites, but I’d definitely have some everyday if I could 🙂 This easy recipe is poor in added sugar, but rich in cacao! Perfect for a chocolate fix, without the guilt! Ingredients: (for 4 persons) 70g of glutinous rice flour 90g of whole rice flour 40g of…

Pumpkin Challah **

This recipe is a gluten-free version of Stephanie’s Pumpkin Challah that can be found on her website girlversusdough.com With my growing obsession for pumpkin and Autumn recipes, I couldn’t resist! So here is my very own pumpkin challah 🙂 Ingredients: (for one large loaf) 140g of warm water (around 25°C) 3 1/4 tsp of dried yeast 260g…