Gluten Free & Dairy Free Fruit Scones
Who doesn't love a scone? These are super easy to make and the variations are endless.
Fancy making your own chocolate peanut bars? These are a fabulous gluten free and vegan treat and can be stored in the freezer meaning you can make a batch without having to eat them in one go.
With just a handful of ingredients you can make this delicious creamy ice cream and you don't have to use an ice cream maker either! A quick blend of the ingredient then pour in a freezer proof container or if you have an ice cream maker just churn it until ready.
Looking for a healthy snack option? These delicious apricot oatcakes are packed with fibre to support digestive health and balanced blood sugar levels.
This is an easy recipe to make your own coconut yogurt. I thicken mine with a little agar agar flakes which makes it set when you chill it in the fridge.
Back to the family classics - this vegan and gluten free version of pineapple upside down cake is also much lower in sugar than traditional versions.
A delicious easy vegan dish. Using protein noodles or courgette noodles is a great way to keep this low in carbohydrates while the addition of plenty of vegetables provides bulk and fibre to keep you feeling fuller for longer.
This is a lovely vegan comfort dish. Using butternut squash and nutritional yeast flakes creates a delicious rich vegan version of a cheese sauce, which is tossed in gluten free pasta to make a vegan version of mac and cheese.
These pretty little meringues are light and crisp just like regular meringues but of course without the egg white! They are so easy to make with just a handful of ingredients and you can store them in an airtight container ready to use in desserts or sweet treats.
A wonderful warming soup for the cooler months. The addition of garlic and chilli helps support circulation and immune health so this is a great dish to ward off colds and flu.
Chia seeds are an amazing powerhouse - rich in fibre, protein and omega 3 fats they make a perfect breakfast option to keep you energised through the morning.
Dessert Hummus is completely different from regular savoury hummus - there is no garlic for a start!! These are delicious as dips, spreads or could even be used for cake frosting.
A light Summery salad packed with fresh flavours. The peppery rocket leaves and radish are a perfect match with the creamy tahini dressing and the anise flavour of fennel.
Gluten free savoury pancakes lightly spiced and flavoured with spring onion and herbs makes these a perfect filling breakfast or lunch.
This is a fabulous nightshade free sauce. For some people nightshade vegetables like tomato, peppers, aubergine can promote inflammation but many recipes call for a tomato sauce base.
Brighten up your pancakes with these supergreen crepes!! I like to add chlorella or spirulina to these but if you want an energy kick you could try a little matcha green tea powder instead.
These delicious little nuggets are packed with ginger flavour with the addition of both ground ginger and fresh grated root ginger The addition of molasses gives these cookies a wonderful richness similar to gingerbread.
I am a big fan of Lion's Mane Mushroom Powder. The studies on this medicinal mushroom are quite remarkable particularly for brain health and nervous system support.
A lovely light detox recipe. Using cauliflower instead of grains keeps this wonderfully light and refreshing and paleo friendly.
This is a super easy recipe to make and tastes amazing! I have been working on a new allergy free book and have been experimenting more with making gluten free, dairy free and egg free cakes.
This vibrant, zingy juice is packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients making it ideal for supporting your immune health, lowering inflammation in the body and boosting recovery after exercise.
Incredibly simple to make and more substantial than just a drink, smoothie bowls are also an easy and tasty way to eat plenty of vegetables, protein, fibre and antioxidants to help you feel fuller throughout the morning.
I love this mildly spiced dip. Ideal spread on crackers or paleo breads but equally delicious served with vegetable sticks or used to top meat or fish dishes.
We all know the importance of leafy greens and vegetables in our diet but for most of us it can be difficult to cram enough into our diets on a daily basis.