I finally got my act together last week and not only made this Gluten Free Mini Gingerbread Cake for an early Christmas dinner with my Mother in Law, but I got a photo of it too so I could prove it existed!
The cake tasted divine (I love gingerbread spices) and it was really quick to decorate if you’re time poor like me these days. If you get the chance to bake it please let me know your thoughts.
I have to say over the past 3 months life got the better of me and my blog. I had every intention of sharing a handful of new recipes including Lyla’s epic first birthday cake, but truthfully, I had other priorities. Anyway I am back now and wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Thank you for stopping by,
The Naughty Dietitian.
This Traditional Gluten Free Gingerbread is one of the many things I love about Christmas! Christmas has always been a special time of year for my family. It’s the one time of year we have the opportunity to spend the entire day together. Always a feat when you’re a part of a family of 7.
Apart from spending the day together, it’s all about the food and a little bit about the presents in my family. We have a traditional lunch, but my favourite part of the lunch is the treats that go with it. Treats such as Christmas pudding, fruit cake, cherries, a selection of nuts and of course gingerbread.
Gingerbread has to be my favourite. So I thought I would share my Gluten Free Gingerbread recipe with you all.
Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas!
This week Jesse and I made an army of these Gluten Free Chocolate Gingerbread Men for a Christmas present.
I love giving family and friends baked goods for Christmas and this chocolate gingerbread recipe is our favourite so it’s a perfect gift. I had a ball decorating the gingerbread men cut outs – especially the ones with a leg or head missing. The cutouts were gifted to Jesse last Christmas.
We also made Christmas bark for the first time (a white choc version with strawberry candy canes pictured above). I might share that next time.