A very good high protein alternative to flourless chocolate cake. You need a food processor to do the mixing. Give it a try!
Serve this hearty curry with a big bowl of basmati rice or some naan bread that has been heated in a low oven.
A thick, spicy and warming stew. Serve with bread, rice or couscous for a warming meal on a cold day!
Easy to bake and gluten free. Stays crunchy for days and tastes almost like fudge. Everyone adores it.
*Warning to young consumers* These brownies contain butter beans which are good for you! Don't worry too much though they still have two other important ingredients... sugar and chocolate. Do you need gluten free treats? These are the answer and they are simple to make!
Tangy, classic lemon curd. Whether you know it as lemon spread or lemon butter, it's still perfect with scones and tea.
This is an adaptation of yellow chicken curry from India. The aromas and flavors are a delight to the senses! It is best served with fresh naan bread and Basmati rice.
My motto – “when the universe gives you lemons, make this lemon blender pie”! This pie, on the other hand, was absolutely to die for and ridiculously easy. You blend, pour and bake. It is crust-less, fuss-less, and no less than spectacular! It is so quick, easy, and delectable, that you will be keeping this recipe on hand for last minute emergency trough requirements again and again. I modified this recipe from one of my mum’s old favourites.
This is a great recipe combination of flavours including onion, capsicum, garlic and tomato; but the real surprise comes from the peanut butter that creates this unique but tasty soup.
I was so pleased to discover that my wonderful Lemon Meringue Pie recipe that took years to perfect is just as good, if not better, when made lactose and gluten free! For the intolerant among us enjoy this delicious dessert... It's best served cold the next day but I often can't wait and love a slice when it's still warm and fresh out of the oven... ENJOY!