Battle of the Bread Part Two – Gluten Free White Bread Review


Here we are again folks!

Part Two of the Gluten Free Bread Review

You see, it’s so cool, it evens rhymes! Many of you will remember my last bread review post where DS Wholesome was crowned the winner of all UK branded loaves.

This time it’s gonna be aaalllwhite! That means no seeds, no whole, no meal, just plain old white bread. Why white bread? What’s the big difference, I hear you cry.

You did cry didn’t you?

I wasn’t just hearing things?

Oh good! I was getting worried for a minute.

Anywho, I digress. Back to white bread. White bread separates the men from the boys and because I believe in equality, it also separates the women from the girls. Why? I hear you ask…

Well because it’s bread at its bare minimum, highly refined and processed, there’s not a huge amount of natural flavour, so all your mistakes show.  You can’t hide behind the seeds and the wholegrains because elasticity and gluten play a big role in white bread construction.

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Gluten Free Gingerbread Tree and a Gluten-Free Giveaway (Week Four 22.12.14)


Hey all

I thought I’d do something a little different this week, as it’s coming to Christmas, I wanted to do something a bit more Christmassy and wasn’t really inspired by bread.

It wasn’t…

..magical enough for me

so i decided to go for something sweet and spicy.

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And the winner is…(Week 3)


Belinda and Natalee today is your lucky day! You are are winners for week 3.

Belinda Coney is the winner of overall likes of the post.

Natalee Gosiewski is the winner of overall likes and comments.

Congratulations ladies.  The loaf will be your early Christmas pressie.

New post will be up at 5p.m. (GMT)


Send me a message to confirm your identity and a postal address that will have someone to sign for your package.

Happy Eating!

St Lucia Saffron Buns Take 2 – Gluten-Free Lussekatter


Back in the day when I first made St Lucia Saffron Buns, they were not really that popular on the blogosphere, let alone gluten-free versions. In order to make them, I relied heavily on Skype conversations with wonderful swedish Uncles (just in case you’re reading Unc 😉  ) and swedish cookbooks.  Things have moved along since then and Saffron buns seem to be the in thing. Yep, if Paul Hollywood’s doing em, you know you’re on to a winner! Having said that I actually started making them waaay before Mr Hollywood to coincide with St Lucia Day on the 13th, but I thought I’d rather post it later and be happy with my recipe than rush and end up regretting it.  Six days later….  I wouldn’t say I’m 100% happy but I’m pretty close. Continue reading