Posts Tagged ‘gluten free’

Easy Sweetcorn Nachos

Easy Sweetcorn Nachos with Guacamole

For this week’s summer camp cooking session we have another savoury dish that’s popular in our house. And since there’s no sharp knives or hot pans involved, until it goes in the oven at the end, it’s a great recipe for kids to get stuck in with. My 9 yr old can even make these […] Read more…

Kiwi and Banana Smoothie

Kiwi & Banana Smoothie

For this week’s summer camp cooking session we’re going to be making smoothies. It was actually my 5 yr old who wanted to make these, and he chose the ingredients to go in it. We first made these last summer, and they have become a regular favourite. As before – and I always tell me […] Read more…

Kaiserschmarren Shredded Pancakes

“Kaiserschmarren” – Austrian Shredded Pancakes

For this week’s summer camp cooking session, I have a yummy recipe that is popular in Austria and Southern Germany. Kaiserschmarren are sweet, fluffy shredded pancakes that take their name from Kaiser Franz Joseph I who allegedly loved this dish. As before – and I always tell me children this – first read the whole […] Read more…

Multi-coloured picnic rice salad

Multi-Coloured Rice Salad

Planning a picnic this summer? This rice salad is a perfect dish to eat at a picnic, alongside boiled eggs, rustic bread and chunks of cheese. Just pack it up in a tupper-box, and don’t forget to bring forks to eat it with. Also makes a great side dish if you are having a BBQ […] Read more…

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Banana bread seems to have been a popular bake during lockdown. Today I’m going to share one of our favourite variations with you – peanut butter banana bread! If you can’t eat nuts, I also have another, nut free, recipe already here on the blog for chocolate chip banana bread. As before – and I […] Read more…

Mini Flatbread Pizzas

Mini Flatbread Pizzas

Today is our first day of Summer Camp cooking, and we are going to be making mini flatbread pizza. These are really easy to make – no special flour needed, no faffing around with yeast. The recipe makes six small pizzas, which is great for a light lunch or a healthy afternoon snack. Or just […] Read more…

Orange Potato Cake

Orange Flavoured Potato Cake

Like half of the rest of the country, we’ve been baking a lot during lockdown and trying out new recipes. I’ve always wanted to try out using mashed potato in gluten free baking, so I experimented by mixing and matching various different cake recipes to create a gluten free sheet cake flavoured with zesty orange. […] Read more…

Peanut Butter Chicken Traybake

Peanut Butter Chicken Traybake

I’ve been watching Time To Eat on Netflix over the past week, hosted by Nadiya Hussain of Great British Bake Off fame, who is just a pleasure to watch. Besides the massive kitchen envy I get from watching the programme, it’s also had me trying out some new recipes – pretty much everything she cooks […] Read more…

Tuna Tomato Pasta Bake Gluten Free

Tuna & Tomato Pasta Bake

Last week, my 5 year old expressed an interest in helping to cook dinner, so I asked him what he would like to cook and he said tuna pasta. So we made this yummy tuna pasta bake together! Ingredients 400g dried pasta, e.g. penne or fusilli – we always use gluten free, but regular also […] Read more…

Gluten Free Coconut Almond Cake

Gluten Free Coconut & Almond Cake

Last weekend, Oskar decided he wanted to bake a cake. Of course, he announced this *after* we’d already done our weekly shop, so we raided our cupboards to see what ingredients we had available, and ended up with a coconut and almond cake. It was so tasty, it only lasted two days… Ingredients 200g unsalted […] Read more…

Peppermint Creams

One of those quintessentially British things that for me belong to Christmas, are peppermint creams. Every recipe I found online included raw eggs, but I wanted the boys to be able to eat them too without risk, so I tried my own egg free variation. They were super simple to make, and the boys gave […] Read more…

Gluten Free Christmas Stollen

One of the things I really miss about German Christmas, since going gluten free, is Stollen. Making it yourself was always such a challenge: the tough yeast dough needs the better part of a day kneading and rising and kneading and rising, if you are lucky enough that it does rise properly. Too many times, […] Read more…

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