These are yum but coz I like the cookbook I'm not gonna nick it & post it - go get the book, it's not very much & it's on Amazon.
Welcome all, fill your tum with my num num nums.
Gluten, Dairy & Legume free recipes; some by design, others are just nice recipes that happen to be! There are recipes and also shopping 'finds', all of which are good for free from people and all yummy whether you are following a particular diet or not! Just because something is 'free from' doesn't mean everyone can't enjoy it - and you may be surpised at how much happier your body is.
'Special' is how my friends describe my food and me, I don't think it's entirely complimentary!
Sunday, 8 July 2012
Nom nom nom I love these big time! They're very nice though a bit pricey like all dairy free chocolates. Is rice flour & coconut oil really that much more expensive than milk?
It's def nice to have some quality tasting "milk" chocolate rather than just the really dark stuff. The choc orange ones are subtley flavoured an are reminiscent of a chocolate orange - though it's been quite a while since I've had one.
I've mentioned choices before I think - they do some brilliant "milk" chocolate caramel cups.
The buttons I got from Ocado, the caramels I've had from Waitrose, Ocado, Sainsburys & Tesco.
Tuesday, 3 July 2012
I followed the recipe on this one so I'm just gonna link to it here: http://www.tiana-coconut.com/coconut_flour_recipes.htm. I went for the walnuts. I did change one thing - I didn't have any almond extract so I used maple. I don't think a hint of maple is ever a bad thing so don't think it was a bad substitution! The maple certainly worked with the banana & walnut flavours.
It is intended for my breakfasts but you may see it over on bambi's bento's!