Slices make a great snack, dessert or lunch box addition. There are a wide range of gluten free options to choose from including this recipe collection.
*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!
Easy to bake and gluten free. Stays crunchy for days and tastes almost like fudge. Everyone adores it.
A delicious, no-cook and gluten-free peanut butter and chocolate chip slice. The chocolate chips are melted into a topping.
A gluten-free adaptation of the traditional Seven Layer Bar recipe with butterscotch, dark chocolate and nuts. All ingredients are available in supermarkets. Be sure to check the packaging on your ingredients to make sure they are indeed gluten-free.
This rustic gluten free apricot recipe dishes up “a slice of the gluten free good life” without the sugar bomb. This is a little bit more fiddly and time consuming than most of my recipes, but is well worth the effort. **Read the whole recipe before starting. Start by soaking the apricots - they need an hour to soak. Then make the base and cook, and then the filling, and then the topping.
Another way to use rice bubbles! This easy to make rice bubble treat has honey and coconut that is as ideal for entertaining, as it is for family treats!
A gooey traybake with a peanut butter biscuit base layer, topped with chocolate, nuts and coconut. Why is it magic? You'll know upon your first bite!
You won't miss the flour in these chocolatey, fudgy, amazing brownies! Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream!
These are the perfect sweet treat to have with a cuppa that aren't packed with calories and use natural coconut palm sugar to sweeten. They happen to be dairy free as well.
This makes a devilish chocolate brownie bar with a chewy caramel layer in the middle. An indulgence for friends or when entertaining!