What do you give to the free-from love in your life who can’t eat anything? Over the last 4 years we’ve covered a lot of free-from options for almost every occasion… but it only just occurred to me (this morning!) that we’ve never covered Valentines day. When I think of Valentines day inspired sweets, I … Continue reading Valentines Inspired Free-from Sweets for Your Sweet
Ingredients CAKE MIX 1 cup Orgran® self-raising flour (or suitable alternative for your diet) 1/3 cup rice malt syrup (or liquid sweetener suitable for your diet) ¼ cup rice milk (suitable for your diet) ½ teaspoon cinnamon 1 egg (if you need an egg-free version, check out The Little Book of Allergy-Friendly Christmas Recipes 2nd … Continue reading Cinnamon & Cherry Cake with Cinnamon Syrup (Gluten, Dairy & Soy Free with Egg & Nut Free Options)
If I had to pick a favourite vegetable, it would be white potato. When it comes to spring, I start to make my dairy-free version of my sister’s potato salad. It’s really yummy, and a great little dish to take to BBQs . Here’s what you need to make it: 4-6 potatoes boiled with skins … Continue reading Creamy Dairy-free Potato salad
A little while ago I had a chat with fellow cook book author Lisa McInerney from MummyMade.It Cooking for a free-from person is hard enough, and it’s even harder when they’re fussy! (This goes for adults as well as children;-) So if you’re having trouble getting your kids (or yourself) to eat your veggies, then … Continue reading Inspirational businesses: Interview with Lisa McInerney from Mummy Made It
(Our dairy and soy free homemade butter/ margarine alternative) Every now and then I get asked to create a recipe for someone and usually I relish the challenge. So last year when I was asked to create a margarine alternative, I liked the idea and it was one of those recipes on the “to create” … Continue reading How to make a homemade dairy & soy-free margarine alternative that spreads and melts!
Tabouli has to be one of my favourite green salads. Last year I went about creating an alternative I could take to our large family functions that would suit all our needs (eg. no lemon for me, no gluten for my niece with coeliac disease) and I came up with this one. Lemon and Gluten-free … Continue reading Gluten-free Tabouli
You might be wondering how you can make children’s parties fun when they’ve got food sensitivities? I’ve been scouring the net and I’ve come up with a few great themed cakes which will suit almost any cake-decorating skill level (with an option at the end for how you can still achieve an “out of this … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Fun Free-from Themed Kids Birthday Cakes and Parties
We’ve been on a bit of a Mexican theme over here at the moment with our Taco Episode and last week in the newsletter I shared a recipe for Free-from Nachos. So when a viewer asked us a couple of months ago if we could come up with a corn chip which was: corn free … Continue reading “Corn” chips without corn, gluten, dairy, soy, egg or nuts!
Each year ausEE inc. host the Top 8 Challenge on the 8th of August during National EOS week to raise money and awareness for EGID (or eosiniphilic gastrointestinal disorders). The top 8 challenge invites individuals to take the challenge to avoid the Top 8 (dairy, soy, egg, wheat, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish) for … Continue reading Avoiding the Top 8 Allergens for a Day: Recipes without dairy, soy, egg, wheat, peanut, tree nut, fish & shellfish
If you’re finding it hard to decide what to cook each night and you find yourself guiltily dipping out for some take away (guilty because you know the veggies are going mouldy in the fridge but you’ve had a long day and can’t think of anything to cook with them) or the question “What’s for … Continue reading Tips for Easy Healthy Meal Planning and 15 tasty, wholesome, classic dairy, soy, gluten, egg and meat-free family-friendly main meals