I’ve finally done it. I’ve made a gluten free AND vegan cake with a fluffy texture, delicious flavour and super easy recipe! Some people may be proud of a promotion at work or great grades at school, but me? I’m pretty proud of this yummy creation!
Introducing these delicious gluten free black bean brownies. Full of rich, chocolatey goodness – I promise you can’t taste the beans at all! The combination of banana and black beans help create a delicious gooey texture, perfect as an indulgent mid afternoon or evening snack.
Today I’m sharing with you one of my all time favourite baking experiments: my gluten free chocolate hazelnut tart.
Hands up who’s a fan of tahini? Up until recently, I’ve only ever used tahini to make creamy homemade hummus and yummy falafels. However, 2019 is the year to try something new (or so I’m telling myself). So here I am practising what I preach and making delicious gluten free tahini blondies, using a traditionally savoury ingredient.
Who’s ready for another gluten free cookie recipe?
It’s been way too long since I’ve made a big batch of cookies and it’s time that changed! I’ve decided the best way to make it through this miserable month is having a huge mug of tea in one hand, and a plate of yummy cookies in the other – who’s with me?
The busiest weekend of the year is nearly upon us; whether you have all your Christmas shopping, wrapping and prepping done and dusted, or you haven’t even begun, there are only 4 days to go! I’ve been very good this year and had my presents purchased and wrapped by early December (minus 1 or 2) *insert smug face emoji here…
One of my favourite fruits is the humble pear. In my eyes it’s completely underestimated, but why shouldn’t it be in the same league as an apple? They’re both easy to eat fruits that don’t need preparing, they taste delicious raw or baked and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. Even so, the pear always seems to be forgotten about!
Who doesn’t love a big batch of gooey, chewy, delicious chocolate chip chickpea blondies? When I switched to a healthier lifestyle around 4 years ago, I would never have thought to use ‘unusual’ ingredients in my baking. Nowadays, delicious chocolate courgette cake, black bean brownies and chocolate chip chickpea blondies are the norm!
The humble banana bread was originally created as a way to use up over-ripe bananas at the end the 1930s, where households were unwilling to throw anything away. Even now, if we have brown, speckled bananas at home, then 80% of the time it will be used to create a yummy banana bread (the other 20% is of course freezing them to make delicious smoothies).