I was so grateful for a slice of this Gluten Free Cherry Pie Sunday night! It brought comfort to Jesse and I after a rough weekend with our little girl who was fairly unwell. Thankfully Lyla is now a lot better so I’m no longer on the hunt for comfort food.
If you’re in need of a little comfort though? This Gluten Free Cherry Pie complete with vanilla ice cream will surely do the trick. It’s a nice change from the Apple Pie or Strawberry Rhubarb Pie I usually bake.
Hope you’re all well and having a great week so far. Don’t forget to get in touch if you make this recipe. I’d love to hear your thoughts. P.S Head over to my instagram account for a look at the Cherry Pie before it went in the oven. I’ve been working on my pie decorating skills!
Todays recipe is this Gluten Free Salted Chocolate Fudge.
Last year I gave my husband a copy of Kirsten Tibballs’ “Chocolate” cookbook. The book was a birthday gift and five months later I can finally say we’ve put it to use, following her chocolate fudge recipe to make this Salted Chocolate Fudge.
Luckily the recipe was gluten free, as the fudge is simply to die for! The salt flakes were a last minute addition and give the fudge that lovely salty but sweet kick. Please note, a candy thermometer and a spare pair of hands are beneficial for this recipe to go smoothly.
Special thanks to Jesse for helping me make these delectable treats and to Kirsten Tibballs for the recipe.
Today I’m sharing these Gluten Free Peanut Butter Jam Drop Biscuits.
I’m sure it comes as no surprise that a lot of my childhood memories involve food. I remember eating Nan’s Yo-Yo raw biscuit mixture out of the bowl and jam drop biscuits (just like my Blackberry Jam Drop Biscuits (Gluten Free)). So when I came across a peanut butter jam drop biscuits, I just knew I had to make them.
If you enjoy peanut butter you need to bake these biscuits. They have the perfect ratio of peanut butter and just melt in your mouth!
Thanks to the Food Fanatic website for the original recipe I then modified to be gluten free and contain less sugar.
Chocolate Lamingtons have always been on my “to bake gluten free” bucket list. So what better time to test out baking these Gluten Free Chocolate Lamingtons with Australia Day next week.
I really enjoy Australia Day. We go on a road trip to a different beach each year and get to spend the day hanging out with my family. For those that don’t know much about me, I have one brother and three sisters. I’m the youngest of the family with two nieces and two nephews. I adore them all so much and love that Lyla has so many aunties, uncles and cousins to play with and protect her in this crazy world.
Anyway, getting back to the baking – these chocolate lamingtons are really tasty and quick to make. You can slice them in half and add a little jam or cream if you fancy. If you’re really after something different, you can also try making my lime lamingtons. They’re filled with lime curd and are ridiculously good, but then again, I’m a sucker for anything with lime or lemon curd.
Hope you have a fabulous Australia Day and don’t forget, I’d love to hear from you if you make any of my recipes. Thanks to the McGrath Foundation High Tea cookbook for the original recipe which was then adapted to be gluten free and modified for my baking preferences.
Today I’m sharing this Gluten Free White Chocolate Berry Cheesecake Slice. Last week I shared the delicious Dark Chocolate and Pistachio Hedgehog slice recipe which turned out to be a hit with all those who tried it! I even debated making it again on the weekend, but wanted to make (and taste) a lighter slice containing fruit, given we are in the midst of summer. So I decided on this White Chocolate Berry Cheesecake slice.
It was very quick and easy to make and perfect to take to my friend’s birthday party. My husband was also particularly happy with the choice, given cheesecake is one of his favourites.