Snackly Gluten Free Snack Box
Ooh we love trying new gluten free goodies. And we especially like trying new gluten free goodies that arrive by post mid afternoon when we’re fading fast and in need of a pick me up.
So hooray for Snackly. It’s a gluten free snack box delivery service run by a couple of gluten intolerant foodies Sami and Yas. All you do is sign up on the Snackly website (no minimum subscription) and for £7.95 every month they’ll send a box choc full of scrummy gluten free snacks to your office or home. And the snack box fits through a letterbox too so you don’t even have to be there to sign for it. Brilliant. Read the rest of this article »
My love of a chocolate brownies is well known. So when we received an email from the lovely Ryan at Borough 22 Bakehouse, telling us he reckoned he had the best gluten free brownies in London, well, we just had to try them out!
Borough 22 Bakehouse specialises in making baked goods without allergens. So all their products can be dairy, egg, gluten, wheat and soya free, and are suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Ryan’s business came about in a bid to make a treat for his multi-allergen wife (sorry ladies) and dairy intolerant kids that didn’t involve every pot pan and mixing bowl in the house. And his treats were all so amazing the business took off. And some. Now Ryan can be found hand delivering gorgeous boxes of gluten free goodies all over London.
Borough 22 Bakehouse gluten free goodies
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I’ve always been slightly annoyed that cornflakes have been off the menu for those on a gluten free diet. After all, you’d think it would just be toasty flakes of corn and not much else. Not so. Once that barley malt sweetener has been added, most cornflakes are no longer an option.
Well luckily for us, the nice people at Nestlé have ripped up the rulebook and introduced their very own range of gluten free cornflakes. Two flavours are available: one with honey and one original. And both are light, toasty, tasty flakes packed full of the usual vitamins and minerals. As my gluten-loving colleague said in the office after he scoffed a bowl of honey cornflakes “you’d never know these were gluten free. They taste like cornflakes should taste.” And they do. I had a bowl with cold milk and blueberries. But I’m also going to use these gluten free cornflakes to make those little chocolate nests at Easter.
Nestlé Gluten Free Cornflakes with blueberries
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Mrs Crimble’s Gluten Free Pancakes
It will soon be Shrove Tuesday, which can mean only one thing: The beginning of Lent? Nope. Pancake Day! And just because you’re a coeliac doesn’t mean you should miss out all that sugary-lemony loveliness.
Mrs Crimble’s Pancake Mix has made the whole pancake malarkey as easy as possible. Just add water and milk, whisk and pour into a hot frying pan. Read the rest of this article »
Gluten Free Punku Quinoa Cookies
When I travelled across South America, I survived on a diet of banana milkshakes. So I was interested in trying these Bolivian-made quinoa cookies, courtesy of Punku Quinoa Foods.
The brand, which has recently launched in the UK, is headed up by Bolivian-born Patricia Estivariz, who now lives here. Having always enjoyed delicious, healthy and nutritious foods made with quinoa in her home country, Patricia set about introducing these healthy options to the UK. Read the rest of this article »