Overeating at Christmas, we all do it – it's time to shake that feelingOk, we're not going crazy, we know cakes and bakes aren't the healthiest things in the world. However, we're sure that having lots of veg and fruit packed into a lovely loaf can't be a terribly bad thing especially when you compare it to eating all those chocolates still laying around. We also have some fantastic gluten-free and dairy-free recipes to try, one is made using quinoa!
Sultanas, apricots, dates, and of course courgette! This bread is jam packed with tasty goodness and you could even go and replace the full fat cream cheese for a low fat version. It's also very easy to make.
Children are more likely to enjoy eating obviously healthy and nutritious treats if they can help make them. So get your pinnies on and make these delicious slow release energy rolls for breakfast and lunch boxes.
Gluten-free and dairy-free, this quinoa cake tastes utterly gorgeous. Put on your pinny and get baking!
A stunning loaf packed with nutritious ingredients that deliver great flavour and a unique colour, try it…you’ll love it!
Try this delicious gluten-free and dairy-free Millionaire Shortbread recipe to discover just how tasty free-from baking can be! Created by Vicki Montague, The Free From Fairy. If you’re new to free-from cooking, her blog is a great place to start your journey…
On a gluten-free diet but love baking? Have a go at this delicious gluten-free lime cake!
Polenta and ground almonds make for a great gluten-free alternative to flour, whilst also giving this cake its delightful yellow colour and wonderfully soft texture.
Kids will love these deliciously moist carrot and sultana muffins, the perfect after school snack.
So full of goodness, this chocolate avocado cheesecake is practically healthy!
The recipe is super-easy to follow, and one that the little ones will enjoy helping to make as much as they will eating them afterwards.