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Easy gluten-free walnut brownie recipe

Who doesn’t love brownies? No one I’ve ever met, that’s for sure! I made these with Ava and Thea and they turned out very well, even if I do say so myself.   They’re to take to a BBQ and the host can’t have gluten, so I substituted Dove’s Farm Gluten Free Flour for normal flour and hoped for the best! Ava loved breaking up the chocolate and Thea liked shouting out the numbers as I weighed the ingredients.

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Death By Chocolate: Decadent Gluten-free Chocolate Cake

It was my sister’s birthday at the weekend so I wanted to make her an awesome cake, but as she can’t have gluten, it needed to be gluten-free. I was perusing my favourite baking book, The Great British Book of Baking, by Linda Collister, when I spotted a recipe for Death by Chocolate, which I had somehow never noticed before. Not only is it gluten-free, it’s also a real celebration cake, as it’s incredibly rich. The 500g of chocolate alone cost £5, so it’s  ...

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Yummy gluten-free crunchy garlic chicken

Lots of you seem to be enjoying my gluten-free recipe ideas so here is another one! This one is adapted from another Jamie Oliver Ministry of Food recipe and can be found here Garlic Chicken | Chicken Recipes |Jamie Oliver Recipes. Mr O makes it with cream crackers but I’ve found oat cakes work just as well, and if you are avoiding all gluten you can use the gluten-free oat cakes, and swap the flour for gluten-free flour.  I was making a double quantity as this only serves two, so I  ...

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Gluten-free Lemon Drizzle Cake

I don’t know about you, but cake is one of the most important things in my life, and my sister Debbie’s. So when we realised that my she couldn’t eat wheat, it was a big issue for her and because I love to bake, it became one for me too! Eating out used to be a real pain for her, although restaurants are now making much more of an effort to provide gluten-free options. Now one of my close friends has been diagnosed with coeliac disease, I am trying new gluten-free recipes,  ...

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