Quick Quinoa-Buckwheat Skillet Bread (SRC)

Fresh warm bread is hard to resist and in only 20 minutes.

Natural Noshing

Sometimes a girl just needs some bread. While I eat grain-free dishes at times and I love my veggies, nuts and protein,  I certainly can’t resist a good slice of bread. Whether it’s dense and chewy or light and airy, I will take bread in any form. Of course, finding it and/or making it gluten-free can be a more laborious task.
quinoa buckwheat skillet bread2What if I told you that you could make this bread in 20 minutes from start to finish…without using an oven? Literally. I had no excuses, I just HAD to!

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It’s Secret Recipe Club reveal day again and this month I was assigned to JJ’s beautiful blog, 84th & 3rd. JJ has a captivating writing style, and when paired with inventive, healthy recipes and drool-worthy photos, I was sold on both her and her food. I have bookmarked a slew of recipes, but I was immediately drawn to her…

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Thumbprint Cookies (g/f) for Fiesta Friday

Beautiful crisp jam drops

I Need a Feed!


I was delighted at how popular the apple cider donuts were, to the point that I was even showing one of our guests where to order the donut pans from and sharing the recipe around. So I decided to try and bake more donuts when mum had another guest over recently. Unfortunately this next recipe turned out not to be so good, so I scrapped it, and went for something a little that seemed more trustworthy. Since these cookies were such a hit I decided that it would be great to bring them to the Novice Gardener’s party this fiesta friday!

Super Food Ideas magazine has never let me down in terms of quick, cheap and delicious food, and their gluten-free, allergy friendly recipes are always a big hit. I’d been meaning to try their gluten-free thumbprint cookies for awhile, but never got around to it. So naturally I thought…

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Italian Pea Salad

A refreshing and simple salad with loads of taste

Help! My Teenager has Coeliac Disease

Pea Salad (1)

One of my mother’s recipes, this summer salad is a winner for its simplicity and taste.

When the day is hot and I am looking for an alternative to a lettuce salad, then this is the salad I turn to.

Italian Pea Salad

1 tin canned peas

1/4 red onion, diced finely

2 – 3 Roma tomatoes diced or a handful of cherry tomatoes halved

sea salt and ground pepper to tastePea Ingredients

olive oil

balsamic vinegar

Assemble peas, onion and tomatoes in a bowl and lightly toss.

Season with salt, pepper, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

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Grain free salmon quiche

A quick base for quiches.

Fabulously Free From

Looking for a delicious lunch time treat? why not try this easy gluten free quiche. Ground almonds are used instead of flour to make the base.




150g almond flour ( ground almonds )

150g parmesan cheese or grand pandana cheese ( grated )

1 large egg

1/4 tsp sea salt


1 courgette finely grated ( you could also use asparagus or spinach in quiche )

1/4tsp sea salt

75g parmesan cheese

250g mascarpone cheese

2 large free range eggs

100g smoked salmon pieces

1tbsp chopped dill


Put the ground almonds grated grana pandano and salt in a bowl


add 1 beaten egg


mix together

tip into a flan dish and press down


bake in hot oven 170c for 12 mins until golden

fry chopped courgette in olive oil or coconut oil


In a bowl mix mascarpone cheese, grated parmesan, dill, salmon and 2 beaten eggs




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