A few weeks ago I made this Gluten Free Lime and Poppyseed Syrup Cake for morning tea with friends. The catch up was postponed (due to sick children) but the cake didn’t go to waste with Jesse’s work colleagues graciously accepting their new role as my taste testers!
Admittedly this is the second time I’ve made this cake. The first time around I wasn’t satisfied with the cake’s texture. So after a few additional modifications I’m happy to share the recipe with you. The original recipe comes from the Women’s Weekly Afternoon Tea Cookbook.
While the limes were still cheap I decided to bake this Gluten Free Key Lime Pie. It’s a recipe I’ve made before but I made it again for my brother in law’s birthday and it’s too awesome not to share with you all!
It’s a great dessert. It verges on the texture of a cheesecake with a lovely tart flavour and such a great chewy pie crust made of cookie crumbs. The recipe is so simple to make. You’re guaranteed to love it! If you prefer a more traditional pie you might like my Strawberry Rhubarb Pie or Maple Pecan Pie.
Thanks for stopping by, The Naughty Dietitian xo
P.S. As you might have noticed, my cookie crumb pie crust didn’t travel right up the sides of the dish. I ran out of cookies. Rest assured I fixed it in the recipe below.
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,
What better way to celebrate Australia Day than by baking these Gluten Free Lime Lamingtons filled with Lime Curd!
Inspiration for this Gluten Free recipe has been sitting in my kitchen for about a year and after tasting these Lamingtons I honestly don’t know why I didn’t give them a go earlier. Absolute madness! The lime curd adds such a fun and fruity twist to traditional lamingtons.
Hope you all had a wonderful Australia Day and weekend!