Flourless and Lactose Friendly Avocado and Chocolate Brownies

I’m always excited to try my hand at some gluten free baking, specifically because I’m not a very good baker so when the bake turns out as good as this one, its pretty rewarding.I usually turn to my favourite beetroot brownie recipe but thought I might try my hand at adding a different vegetable to […]

Gluten Free tempura batter with a chilli and ginger dipping sauce

So on my days off work I like to try my hand at something I’ve never made before. Today I decided to make tempura batter and try an Asian style dish. I’ve tried Tempura in restaurants before, when I’ve been assured its just been made from corn flour and its always been a lovely light […]

Quick guide to feel good foods for IBS

Recently I’ve┬ánot been feeling myself, lethargic, grumpy and experiencing a lot of pain in the ol’ gut department. My IBS has flared up over the past few months and it seems it’s back with a vengeance. I got my IBS diagnosis when I was 17 and for years nothing helped. It wasn’t until two years […]

Irish Stew

In preparation for St Paddy’s Day I decided to make a traditional Irish stew. This is probably one of my favourite meals, perfect comfort food for a cold night. Even though it’s spring and we’ve been blessed with some sunshine, we’re still experiencing some cold clear evenings so a big bowl of stew is completely […]

Gluten Free Essentials

There are certain cupboard, fridge and freezer essentials which I swear by. I buy these every time I go for a food shop because I know they will be used and can be an essential ingredient to loads of different dishes. They aren’t exclusive to a gluten free diet but are definitely important when keeping […]

Pulled pork, Brown Rice and Butternut Squash with plum Sauce

So I’ve been pretty busy the past two weeks. My boyfriend and I went to Glasgow to see our friends last weekend. It was great catching up with everyone. I’ve not been in Glasgow since graduating in July and I miss it so much. It’s such an amazing city, there’s always something on and the […]

Apricot and Hazelnut Flapjacks

‘Snacking’ is a tough concept for us coeliacs. When your friends are tucking in to a packet of crisps or buns and biscuits it does feel like salt is being rubbed all over that wound. To be honest snacking on the aforementioned isn’t probably the best idea for a healthy lifestyle. There’s nothing stopping us […]