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
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. 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 gluten free dairy free egg free and nut … 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
This was one of my favourite meals growing up, my mum would make it with meat, and so I didn’t eat it for a number of years when we went plant-based until I was watching Glenys make her delicious Red wine reduction and I thought back to mum’s recipe and where the flavour was actually … Continue reading Lisa’s Hearty Lentil Stew
I’ve been craving stewed fruit and thickened cream for the last few weeks. So last night, thanks to getting some extra pears in our organic veggie delivery, I decided to whip up this simple thickened cream alternative. (Stewed pears with a home-made dairy-free thickened cream alternative. Yum!) Here’s how you make it: Ingredients 3/4 cup … Continue reading Dairy-free thickened “cream” to serve with fruit, pies, tarts and cakes
ANZAC biscuits have always been one of my favourites and so it only seemed fitting to add an Anzac biscuit recipe and some Alternative Chef Kitchen style alternatives! Lisa’s Anzac Biscuits Ingredients 1 cup of rolled oats if you can tolerate gluten – if not then use quinoa or rice flakes 1 cup gluten-free flour … Continue reading Anzac biscuits and some alternatives!
For most people, barbecues tend to conjure up images of warm summer days, drinks in hand (usually beer or soft drink), snags on bread with tomato sauce, onion, potato, and some salad. So what about if you can’t or don’t eat dairy, soy, gluten, egg or meat? Up until now, barbecues might have been yet … Continue reading The Ultimate Free-From BBQ: Your one stop reference for a dairy, soy, gluten, egg and meat free barbecue
Ingredients 1 onion 2 cloves garlic 5 sliced mushrooms 2Tbsp olive oil 2 cups lentils rinsed and drained (approx 2 cans) 1 cup brown rice flour 1 Tbsp tomato paste 1/4 cup nutritional yeast spices – Fennel 2 tsp, coriander 1 tsp, allspice 1tsp, salt 1 1/2 tsp and pepper (and chilli to taste) 1 … Continue reading Glenys’ Sizzling Sausages
If you’re looking for a simple summer salad, try Anne’s rainbow coleslaw from our Season 2 BBQ Episode. It’s sweet, creamy, colourful and very easy to make. Ingredients 1/4 Green cabbage 1/4 Red cabbage 1 large carrot 1 large yellow carrot 1 large apple (I like Fugi, but you could also use Granny Smith) 2-3 … Continue reading Anne’s Rainbow Coleslaw