Today I’m wishing you all a Happy New Year and sharing The Best Gluten Free Recipes for 2016!
I celebrated at home this year with my family and it was the perfect way to farewell 2016. We had a movie night complete with popcorn and a few glasses of wine. Today, I’m sharing my top 5 gluten free recipes and 1 gluten containing recipe on my blog over the past 12 months. In the end I shared 18 new recipes but I can’t seem to choose a favourite. Do you have one?
Thanks for all the support these past 12 months. I hope you continue to enjoy following my journey in the kitchen for 2017 and let me know if you have any requests?!
Love The Naughty Dietitian
Best Recipes for 2016
1. Rolo No Bake Cheesecake
2. Cherry Coconut Slice
3. Lemon Meringue Pie
4. Red Velvet Brownie Bites
5. Caramel Shortbread Biscuits
6. Peppermint Crisp Slice (Contains Gluten)
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.
Today I’m sharing this Gluten Free Cherry Coconut Slice that I was planning to make but Jesse ended up baking for work. I’m sure I have mentioned it before but my husband loves to bake? It comes in handy, especially these days when Lyla often demands my attention halfway through baking something.
Anyway, it was one of those “Bring a plate to share” kind of work functions and it seems everyone loved it as there was none left! I was meaning to share it with you last week but we got caught up making brownies (my Walnut and White Chocolate Brownies) and Jesse’s Chocolate Ganache Macaron’s for a market on the weekend.
Thanks for stopping by,
The Naughty Dietitian
Last week with an abundance of strawberries I baked these Gluten Free Strawberry Banana Muffins. They are low fat, packed with fibre and low in sugar. Perfect with my cup of tea this week!
I also baked the first recipe I ever posted on my blog – Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Gluten Free. I was reminded of how much I love rhubarb and pie, but really, who doesn’t love pie?!
I’d love to hear if you bake these strawberry banana muffins or my strawberry rhubarb pie. Thanks for stopping by The Naughty Dietitian
Feeling refreshed after my holiday to New Zealand I was back in the kitchen on the weekend to bake this Gluten Free Rolo No Bake Cheesecake for Jesse’s birthday!
As always I’d asked Jesse to think about what type of cake he wanted and he decided on a cheesecake but wasn’t specific about flavour. After a search through my Pinterest account, I sent a selection for him to choose from, and this year he chose a Rolo No Bake Cheesecake.
Nestle chocolate Rolo’s aren’t easy to find in Australia, so I used the Rolo chocolate you buy in a block and left the individual Rolo chocolates I managed to find for decoration only. The end result was amazing and we may have eaten it three nights in a row…
Thanks to Jane’s Patisserie for the original recipe which I then modified to be gluten free with homemade caramel and Rolo chocolate in a block. Feel free to head over to my Instagram account if you want to see a few pics from our holiday or a recap of the last 3 birthday cakes I made Jesse.
P.S. It’s starting to get to the busy end of the year with multiple birthdays, catch ups with friends, the racing carnival and christmas parties coming up. This means there is a lot of baking ahead for me and I can’t wait to share it all with you!
The Naughty Dietitian,