Create your own chocolate bar with this easy dark chocolate bark recipe. Wrap it up in cellophane for an impressive homemade gift idea, or break up into chunks to enjoy with a coffee after dinner. Customise with any topping you fancy, from crushed nuts to dried fruit or a decorative white chocolate swirl.
Soft and gooey with thick chunks of melting dark chocolate and zingy cherries, these gluten free blondies are an indulgent treat. Made with dairy-free butter and a sprinkle of gluten-free flour, the vanilla flavoured batter is a nice change to the classic brownie, while still giving you a chocolate hit.
These easy to make peanut butter cookies are ready to eat in less than 20 minutes, with barely any cooling time needed. With just three main ingredients, they’re the perfect healthy snack when you’re craving something sweet but still low in sugar and free of any nasty added ingredients.
These soft and fluffy pancakes are made with mashed banana, protein powder and a sprinkle of gluten-free flour for a filling yet reduced-carb protein hit. Top with fresh fruit and yoghurt for a deliciously satisfying meal that feels more like a treat than breakfast.
A sweet and buttery granola made with apple puree, maple syrup and cinnamon, all rolled together with baked dates and dried apple chunks. This recipe uses gluten-free oats and coconut oil to make a delicious, completely free-from breakfast granola.
Fudgy dark chocolate & raspberry gluten-free brownies The ultimate gluten-free brownie recipe – gooey, fudgy and intensely chocolatey. With just a small amount of gluten-free flour mixed with heaps of melting dark chocolate, muscovado sugar and fresh raspberries, this is an incredibly rich and squidgy…
Banana, mango & coconut smoothie bowl This creamy smoothie bowl is stuffed with fresh mango, delicate banana and thick coconut cream. The best part – it’s dairy-free and has zero added sugar. Serve with fresh granola, blueberries and coconut shavings for a clean, easy breakfast.…