All posts filed under: Cooking

Chickpea flour banana bread

I may be 4 months late but happy new year! I’ve gone off the grid a little bit. In between changing jobs, working interstate, moving house and all the end of year celebrations I put the website to the side but I’ve decided to get back to it. I hope you all had a very merry gluten […]

Gluten free hummingbird cake

Gluten Free Hummingbird Cake

When I bought Lola Berry’s Happy Cookbook I immediately flicked through and marked her recipe for Gluten Free Hummingbird Cake. The recipe is super simple, all of the ingredients seem manageable and they are my kind of ingredients: dates, cinnamon, ginger and ricotta mmm. I was totally seduced by the idea of ricotta, maple syrup and almond butter for icing. […]

gluten free quinoa cookies

Gluten free quinoa cookies

Don’t you love it when you stumble across a recipe and you actually have all the ingredients? When you are home with a cold and its raining outside, a simple recipe that matches the contents of your pantry is miraculous. Thanks to a recipe for toasted coconut quinoa breakfast cookies on Simply Quinoa I treated my cold with cookies. […]

Gluten free pumpkin and coconut muffins

Gluten Free Pumpkin and Coconut Muffins

I’ve always been intrigued about the use of pumpkin in sweet recipes. There is a lot of love on Pinterest for pumpkin pies, pumpkin waffles, pumpkin doughnuts and other pumpkin filled delights. All sound delicious. One recipe that has stuck with me and literally been stuck on my fridge for the last month is Green Kitchen Stories‘ recipe for pumpkin and […]


Gluten Free Carrot and Date Loaf

This Gluten Free Carrot and Date Loaf recipe has evolved from my favourite banana bread recipe. This time we use carrots! The best part about this recipe is that it is easily adaptable. You can substitute the flour or fruit for whatever you have available. And feel free to add in those left over granola/muesli/trail mixes you have […]

Gluten Free Porrij

Brookfarm Gluten Free Porrij

Winter is an unfortunate time for coeliac diagnosis. With winter comes hunger. A hunger for slow-cooked, pot-roasted or oven-baked comfort food. This repertoire adjustment was problematic for me but nothing hurt as much as my break up with porridge. Porridge with banana, honey, figs, brown sugar, sultanas, seeds, dates, cinnamon, pear nom nom nom. To this day […]