- Country: Sweden/Kingdom of Sweden (Konungariket Sverige)
- Location: Scandinavian Peninsula (Northern Europe)
- Language: Swedish (but many people speak English)
- Currency: Swedish Krona (SEK)
- Country dialling code: +46
What’s the gluten free food symbol in Sweden?
How do you say gluten free in swedish? glutenfritt
How easy is it gluten free food to eat? EASY
Posted in Breakfast, Desserts
- Tagged food, fria, friends of adam, gf, gfree, gluten free food, gluten free sweden, gluten free travel, gluten free travel guide, glutenfree, glutenfree review, restaurants, Review, scandinavian peninsula, schar, semper, sweden, travel
When it’s autumn and sweet potato season rolls round, I go a little crazy, I put sweet potato in EVERYTHING! Doughnuts, spice buns, make chips out of them, mash them, roast them, dice them, slice them, maybe the only thing I haven’t done yet is put them in a drink!….yeah maybe I won’t go that far,
but the one recipe that triumphed, through my sweet potato journey, the best tasting recipe to come out of all that experimentation was this sweet potato pita bread.
Posted in Breakfast, lactose-free, savoury
- Tagged baking, dairy free, Gluten Free, gluten free bread, gluten free pita bread, gluten free pitta bread, homemade pita bread, homemade pitta bread, pain pita de patates douces, pita bread, sans gluten, sugar free, sweet potato, sweet potato bread, sweet potato pitta bread
I thought it only right to start my breakfast post with Pão de Queijo, which literally translated means cheese bread, it’s the ubiquitous cheesy savoury treat, generally eaten in Brazil for breakfast and snack times. It’s very easy and quick to make and has a lovely, airy, chewy texture, with a light crisp on the outside.
Eating them is a bit like that eating a pack of Pringles.
You know what I mean. …
Posted in Breakfast, Breakfast Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes
- Tagged baking, brazilian cheesebread, gluten free breakfast, gluten free cheesebread, pain au fromage, pain au fromage brésilien, Pão de Queijo, Pão de Queijo recette, Pão de Queijo recipe, polvilho azedo, polvilho doce, quejio minas, sans gluten gluten free
I was recently on a long haul flight to Brazil and for breakfast I was served five (yes I counted them) grapes and orange juice as my gluten free meal. I decided to share this with some Curious Baker fans and one of them asked why I didn’t react and name and shame the airline. I guess the sad truth is I’m so used to bad gluten free alternatives. I rolled my eyes, shrugged my shoulders and handed it back to them without saying a word, simply because I expected the food to be bad. I know what you’re thinking; ‘Lola it’s aeroplane food, it’s supposed to be bad.’ and you’re right but when you’re offered a dry rice cake, some fruit and water on an 8 hour flight, it’s not fun.