Another Australia Day has come and gone, and to celebrate I made this no churn Gluten Free Lamington Ice Cream! It’s ridiculously easy to make, with the most time consuming step involving making gluten free sponge cake for the recipe. I used my lamington sponge cake recipe but you could also use a gluten free packet vanilla cake mix if you’re short on time!
This year I wanted to make something a little different, and given the Summer heat in Melbourne, what better option than ice cream! For something a little different you could even add raspberry jam?
To all my Aussie followers, I hope you had a lovely Australia Day with your family and friends.
The winter weather has arrived in Melbourne which means it’s time for pudding, this Gluten Free Banana Puddings with Butterscotch sauce to be exact! These gluten free puddings are a great dessert to share with friends or just because you like bananas.
Like a lot of my recipes, you can easily substitute the gluten free flour for normal flour if you don’t need to follow a gluten free diet. Be sure to warm the puddings up and serve with a scoop of ice cream. If you run out of ice cream, a dollop of cream also goes nicely.
How about you give them a try this weekend? Feel free to share your baking efforts with me by tagging me on my Instagram account or Facebook page. Enjoy the rest of your week and thanks for reading.
This past week called for a new summer dessert, this Gluten Free Mango Macadamia Ice Cream Bar. Filled with fresh mango and a tasty macadamia and ginger based biscuit top, this ice cream bar looks almost like an upside down cheesecake. What’s even better it doesn’t require churning or an ice cream maker!
This dessert is something I have been wanting to try for a while so I thought I’d take the opportunity while mangoes were cheap. It tastes just divine and easily serves 10 people!
Now all that’s needed is a few summer days to enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by,