If you are watching what you eat, and are looking for something gluten free and egg free these recipes may be able to help you make a tasty choice for your next meal.
Four ingredients (rice, sugar, milk and mixed spice) are combined and baked in the oven; simple but still delicious.
Traditional Christmas Pudding is delicious, but in the hot weather it can be a bit heavy. In NZ and Australia, it's probably best left for a Mid-Winter Christmas Feast. Here is a New Zealand Christmas Pudding suitable for the hotter weather.
A tasty and fairly simple way for people on a gluten-free or wheat-free diet to enjoy a noodle dish, simply exchange the noodles for this zucchini recipe.
This is a rice pudding called kheer in Pakistan. It's flavoured with cardamon and rose water and can be served warm or cold.
A hearty, comforting baked dessert for cold winter nights, made just like my Nanna used to make it for me! Its cheap, easy to make, and my kids love it just as much as I do!
A tasty, healthy, gluten-free crumble for winter evenings...or breakfast! It uses quinoa and coconut oil so you can have all the warming joy of a crumble without the dairy or gluten.
There are a ton of good vegan mayonnaise recipes out there. But I keep coming back to this recipe I adapted from a vegan camp I went to about ten years ago. It is mild, creamy, and delicious. As usual, I have listed quantities as a guide only. I tend to add in the lemon juice, vinegar and salt at the end, and keep tasting in between each addition.
It may seem odd to have a banana and avocado in the same recipe, but the banana completely hides any taste of the avocado. The avocado is there simply for texture and nutritional value. Even my kids love this recipe! You can use any unsweetened milk in this recipe - almond, soy, rice or coconut - and for a bit of crunch use raw cocoa nibs instead of the cocoa powder.
This is a great dessert (or just a snack) to eat cold or warm. If you like bananas you'll love this.
A lighter, sweeter custard. One of my new recipes, this dessert compliments French cooking. Unlike custard, it is best that 'French Custard' be served mildly warm and in small amounts. Perfect for a summer night dessert, or even a light sweet at brunch. Abeille crème de pomme: Bee's cream of apple!