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Could you share gluten free recipes/tips? In particular cakes pls

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MyBonnyLiesOverTheOcean2020 Fri 12-Feb-21 15:16:22

Particularly cakes but anything delicious would be wonderful. Thanks.

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Fivemoreminutes1 Fri 12-Feb-21 15:52:30


Orange polenta cake or lemon

Chocolate cloud cake

Coconut macaroons


jenthelibrarian Fri 12-Feb-21 16:11:31

Two really speedy ones

Nutella Brownie Slice
275g Nutella, 2 eggs, 70g g-free SR flour [I use Dove's Farm or Sainsbury's own] Optional: chopped nuts or choc chips to scatter on top before baking.
Beat together, pour into a lined baking tray, bake at 180C/Gas 4.
In an approx 15x25cm tray this will take 15-20 mins for a squidgy brownie texture, or bake a bit longer for more of a cake-like result.

Peanut butter cookies
200g peanut butter, 175g caster sugar, 1 large egg, pinch salt.
Beat together to make a dough.
Divide into 16, shape into balls and space out on baking sheets, flatten slightly.
Bake for 10-12 mins. Cool on a rack to crisp up.
I usually cook 8 and freeze half of the dough for another go.

Mummytogg Fri 12-Feb-21 18:02:14

Nigella lawson chocolate olive oil cake

elephantoverthehill Fri 12-Feb-21 18:05:36

Becky Excell has a great website I think it's called 'Gluten free cup of tea for me'. I have never had one of her recipes fail but Dd and I often halve the recipes as they can be quite generous.

icanboogieboogiewoogie Fri 12-Feb-21 19:28:51

I was coming on here to say Becky Excell too. Her recipes are fab, both sweet and savoury. I have pre ordered her first book and am very excited about it.

AnnPerkins Sun 14-Feb-21 13:20:12

Nigella’s clementine cake really quick if you microwave the clementines.

MyBonnyLiesOverTheOcean2020 Mon 15-Feb-21 04:31:38

Thanks so much everyoneflowers cake

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