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The best (quick) hummus recipe
Main meals / Packed Lunches / Recipes / Snacks

The best (quick) hummus recipe

I probably make hummus more regularly than any other dish in my life. It is pretty much fast food, that’s good for you. This nutritious dip is made from chickpeas, tahini, olive oil and a variety of other seasonings. I probably make about three batches per week which set me up for copious packed lunches, emergency snacks after … Continue reading

Simply Cook, gluten-free recipe kit review
Main meals / Nutrition and Health / Products I Love / Recipes

Simply Cook, gluten-free recipe kit review

You may think you can’t cook. Or perhaps lack time and inspiration. This is where Simply Cook comes in. Think Graze boxes, but instead of snacks, these kits contain the key flavour ingredients and recipes to make a delicious, fresh, homemade meal for 2-3 people. They have recently brought out a 100% gluten-free range in response … Continue reading

The Camberwell Kitchen g-f pop-up brunch in Brixton Village
Breakfast / London / Places

The Camberwell Kitchen g-f pop-up brunch in Brixton Village

Eeeek! Ant and I are thrilled to announce our supper club, the Camberwell Kitchen, is running a gluten-free brunch pop-up on Sunday 17th August in Brixton Village.There are so many of you want to come to our supper club each month (thank you so much for your support), but we can only actually squeeze 14 of you in our flat … Continue reading

Gluten-free cherry clafoutis
Breakfast / Pudding / Recipes

Gluten-free cherry clafoutis

Although a clafoutis has to be one of the easiest puddings to make, I think it’s deceptively impressive. It’s a classic French dessert that’s both beautiful and comforting, incorporating fresh fruit  in a creamy, custardy pancake. I opted for the traditional fresh cherries, but any stone fruit or berries would work well. I know it’s not technically … Continue reading

Almonds – how to know how much is enough of this healthy snack
Nutrition and Health / Snacks

Almonds – how to know how much is enough of this healthy snack

Using visual aids to explain concepts behind nutrition and healthy eating can be a really useful way to make a message clearer. I wanted to start sharing some of the infographics I’ve been making for my Instagram account (@glutenfreerosie) with you on my blog. So here is one about almond portion sizes. I hope you like … Continue reading

Wheat bread that tastes & looks the same as regular bread…but could be suitable for coeliacs
Digestive Health / Digestive Health / Nutrition and Health

Wheat bread that tastes & looks the same as regular bread…but could be suitable for coeliacs

Researchers who published a study earlier this year, have developed a type of wheat bread which tastes, and looks the same as regular bread, but could be suitable for those following a gluten-free diet! With the gluten-free industry currently booming, a large amount of gluten-free bread is available on the market today. It’s normally made from naturally gluten-free … Continue reading