My 10 Favourite Gluten & Dairy Free Bread Recipes

  1. Gluten and Dairy Free Basil & Sea Salt Focaccia

2. Gluten and Dairy Free Caramelised Onion Flatbread

3. Gluten and Dairy Free Challah Bread

4. Gluten and Dairy Free Crusty Cob

5. Gluten and Dairy Free French Baguette

6. Gluten and Dairy Free Mexican Cheese Flatbreads

7. Gluten and Dairy Free Naan Bread

8. Gluten and Dairy Free Soft Pretzels

9. Gluten and Dairy Free Sour Dough Bread

10. Gluten and Dairy Free Wholemeal Rolls

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  • Gluten and Dairy Free Fattoush Salad
  • Gluten and Dairy Free Spiced Sultana and Banana Bundt Cake
  • Gluten and Dairy Free Breakfast Pots
  • My 10 Favourite Gluten and Dairy Free Bread Recipes



Gluten and Dairy Free Spiced Red Pear Bircher Muesli


I’m a big fan of breakfast recipes that you can prepare the night before!  This bircher muesli is very similar to overnight oats.  I had a red pear in the fruit bowl that needed using up but you can add in any fruit you like.  It will also last for a couple of days in an air tight tub in the fridge.



Gluten and Dairy Free Spiced Red Pear Bircher Muesli

My 10 Favourite Gluten & Dairy Free Biscuit Recipes

  1. Gluten and Dairy Free Custard Creams

2. Gluten and Dairy Free Jammy Dodgers

3. Dairy & Gluten Free Flourless Chewy Chocolate & Cinnamon Cookies

4. Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Mint Macarons

5. Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Hobnob Style Biscuits

6. Gluten and Dairy Free Cinnamon Sugar Cookies

7. Dairy and Gluten Free Jaffa Cakes

8. Gluten & Dairy Free Scottish Shortbread

9. Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Orange Cookies

10. Gluten and Dairy Free Banana and Peanut Butter Cookies

Gluten and Dairy Free Cookie Cupcakes

Hello everyone

I’ve had this photograph on my camera for a wee while now and have never got round to typing up the recipe!  I also prefer making smaller cupcakes when I’m taking baking into work or round to friends/family – they seem to travel better than a large cake.  Therefore I’m always after new cupcake and muffin recipes.  I had some gluten and dairy free chocolate chip cookies from Tesco that needed used up so I made these cupcakes.



Gluten and Dairy Free Cookie Cupcakes

Gluten and Dairy Free Salmon and Sweet Potato Curry

Hello everyone

I’ve been working on a few new main meal recipes so I’ll be sharing those with you over the next few weeks.  The first of them is for a salmon and sweet potato Thai curry.  The sweet potatoes and salmon are cooked in coconut milk with lots of spices for a beautifully flavoursome dish.

It doesn’t take long to make and can also be reheated the next day if you have leftovers.



Gluten and Dairy Free Salmon and Sweet Potato Curry

Gluten and Dairy Free Eats On My London Trip


I pop down to London every so often to catch up with friends so I think I’ve done a couple of guides to eating out in London already.  I went down for Easter weekend and ate in a few new places so thought I would share these with you.



The Breakfast Club 

The Breakfast Club has a number of cafes scattered across London and one in Brighton I think.  It seems to be a very popular place for breakfast, be prepared to queue if you visit after 10am.  They have a large menu and a number of items can be done gluten and dairy free.

Everyone was clued up on coeliac and allergies and assured me whatever I picked would be cooked in a separate pan and there would be no cross contamination.

I opted for some freshly squeezed orange juice, a soya cappuccino and poached eggs with some mashed avocado.  A lovely start to any day.

The Canvas Cafe

Home of the vegan (and gluten free) freak shake!

The Canvas Cafe is a quirky little cafe just next to Brick Lane.  It serves food all day and they specialise in vegan offerings but they also have a good choice of gluten free as well.

Last year they started offering gluten free, vegan and refined sugar freak shakes.  I have the chocolate and raspberry brownie shake and it was very delicious.  As it was made from raw natural ingredients it wasn’t sickly at all.


Gluten free fried chicken at its best!  My friend, who lives in London, noticed that Bird’s fried chicken uses a naturally gluten free coating so we decided to pop in next time I was down.

If you are dairy free as well then please let them know.  The chicken prior to coating is marinaded in butter milk.  I let them no I was allergic to milk and they coated a fresh piece of chicken for me.

I opted for the Korean sauce which had a nice kick to it.


Andina has two restaurants in London – one in Soho and the other in Shoreditch.  They are open all day and we went for breakfast two days in a row it is that good.

The menu is marked with gluten free options and they can easily alter this to remove any dairy as the food is freshly cooked to order.

The first day I had sweet potato pancakes, coconut cream, spiced honey and fresh berries:


The next day I went for the poached eggs, spiced potato puree, mushrooms and spinach:

Herman ze German

If you are after a quick, cheap and cheerful bite to eat then try out Herman ze German in Soho.  All the sausages are gluten and dairy free as are the fries and the crispy onion.  They also have cool German cola:

And finally, no trip to London is complete without a visit to Yorica for all your free from ice-cream, froyo, crepe and waffle desires.  This time I had chocolate crunch and pea’not’ butter – delicious.