Whip up a batch of our delicious Scotch pancakes, then given them a fruity makeover. Great as a tea time treat, and for something different on Pancake Day. Gluten free basic Scotch Pancakes Makes 30 Time to make: 30 minutes Ingredients taken from the 200 g gluten-free flour (we used Doves Farm Gluten Free Flour) 1 teaspoon baking soda … Continue reading Flipping good gluten free pancakes
Perfect as a treat at elevenses (of if you're like us, any time of day), these gluten free oat and coconut biscuits are delicious. They have a crisp buttery texture which simply melts in your mouth. Please bear in mind that not all people with gluten or wheat intolerance can eat oats, but gluten free … Continue reading Oat and coconut biscuits
Hot cross buns are spiced, sticky glazed fruit buns with pastry crosses as decoration on top. Traditionally eaten on Good Friday as an Easter treat, they are now popular all year round. Expert baker Paul Hollywood's traditional recipe is given a few simple swaps here to make these buns gluten free and they are no less delicious. So to quote the Great British Bake … Continue reading Gluten Free Hot Cross Buns
The party season can be tough when you are gluten free so these melt in the mouth festive party bakes are a tasty alternative - and they can be served to your vegetarian friends too. You can also bake them in advance, freeze them and defrost them when needed. How flexible is that! Ingredients … Continue reading Gluten Free Arran Cheese Sausage Rolls
If you're one for making lists, your Christmas Cake should be near the top this week. A rich, moist Christmas cake needs a little time, but don't put off, your efforts will be well rewarded. Our favourite gluten free Christmas cake recipe - inspired by our Baker's Gift Box - is filled with wonderful berry, citrus and mixed spice flavours.