‘Would you like to try some of tasty snack bars?’ said the nice people at Yorkshire based The Frank Food Company. Little did we know they were going to send us a whole box! But during a really busy week in the studio, these were the perfect mid afternoon pick me ups.
Here’s what’s good about Frank bars: They’re low-calorie, high-protein and taste delicious. So they’re perfect to stick in your drawer in the office, in your gym bag or in your lunch box.
Made with gluten-free oats, dark chocolate and 100% natural food flavours including dates, plums and a variety of other fruits, Frank bars are also dairy, nut and seed-free and contain no added salt or sugar. Read the rest of this article »
Udi’s have released a gluten free infographic to celebrate Coeliac Awareness Week with lots of interesting facts about being a coeliac and eating gluten free.
There’s a few things I didn’t know. And it’s certainly useful for educating non-coeliacs about the disease.
Go ahead and share it!
Udi’s Gluten Free Fact Sheet
Source: Awareness Week: Coeliac Facts
CELIA & Clive at Vozars
I know we’ve talked about CELIA gluten free lager on this blog before. If you haven’t tried it yet, where have you been? It’s the only brewery in the world that uses saaz hops, a protected variety. And it has an amazing clean and refreshing flavour with a subtle sweet taste at the end. The other half is a big craft beer lover. And he’s a big fan of CELIA. And it’s not just him. CELIA picked up the award for best gluten free beer at 2013’s Free From Awards. Not bad considering it only launched last year!
CELIA lager is also fantastic with food. So when we heard that CELIA had joined with Clive handmade pies for a one night stand at Vozars in Brixton, we hot footed it to one of our favourite gluten free restaurants in south London.
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Seabrook Gluten Free Crisps
Seabrook have been lovingly making crisps in sunny Yorkshire since 1945. And unsurprising they really know what they’re doing.
Seabrook are well known for their famous crinkle cut crisps. In fact, they were the first brand to launch crinkle cut crisps in the UK back in the 1950s. But their straight cut crisps disappeared from our shelves in the early noughties. Well, good news. They’re back by popular demand (via social media), and this week we got to try their lovely gluten free crunchiness. Read the rest of this article »
Jessica Bakes-Well Chocolate Brownie Mix
Regular readers to this blog will know that there are two things I really like: Chocolate brownies and not cooking.
So when the lovely Jessica Bakes-Well sent us a jar of their artisan gluten free Chocolate Brownie Mix it was a bit of a dream come true. And just how pretty are those jars?
Each high quality ingredient is carefully measured and hand layered into the jar including white, milk and dark chocolate chunks (yum). Then all you have to do is tip the contents of the jar into a bowl, add butter and milk, and bake. And – hey, presto – amazingly deliciously gorgeous chocolate brownies just 20 minutes later. And these were really scrumptious. Read the rest of this article »