Choux pastry **

Choux pastry was one of my specialities before I learned that I was coeliac. So it was one of the first things I converted to gluten-free 🙂 The most important thing to make gorgeous looking choux is picking the right rice flour. It needs to be finely ground, and I prefer mine whole and organic….

Beetroot and zucchini bites *

Small gluten free bites for an evening with friends, a picnic, or anytime you need fun and easy food to share or eat on the go 🙂 This recipe is very easy, gluten free and healthy with veggies and not a lot of butter, plus how cute do these look? 😉 Ingredients: (for 20 small…

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…

Gluten-free pasta ***

Finding the perfect recipe for gluten-free pasta is not easy. This recipe is based on Jamie Oliver’s gluten-free pasta recipe and slightly adapted (since I don’t have half the equipment used in the original one). I warn you, it is not easy, and requires quite a bit of kneading. But the result is definitely worth…