If you are looking for a bit of┬ázest in your life, this recipe is for you. This lemon traybake is light, delicate and full of flavour. A gluten free twist on a classic lemon drizzle! Baked in a tray and cut into squares, this cake is perfect for sharing out with a cup of tea. Ingredients For the cake: 5oz / 140g gluten free self raising flour (I am using…

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Gluten Free Marshmallow Crispies

I threw together these treats the other day and the whole family loved them. They are so simple and quick to make, with very few ingredients. Despite looking very sickly, these crispy bites are actually not as sweet as they appear, which was a nice surprise… it also means you can manage 3 and not just the 1 ;). Ingredients 300g Marshmallows (most are naturally gluten free, but check packaging)…

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Gluten Free Cherry & Almond Traybake

Today’s recipe is this gluten free almond and cherry traybake. I love cherries in cake, I think they are so delicious and really help to hold the crumb together. Traybakes are also so versatile, you can literally throw whatever you want in there. But for today, I thought almonds and cherries were a nice combination. This went down a treat and is great for sharing over a cup of tea.…

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Gluten Free Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red velvet cake is something I had seen many times, but never got around to baking… and I am SO glad I finally did. Red velvet cake has a chocolatey flavour sponge with a signature red colour, topped with a delicious cream cheese frosting and whatever decoration you like, I just sprinkled some remaining cake crumbs on the top for a classic finish. Not only do they look great, but…

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Gluten Free Marble Cake

Todays bake is a marble cake! (Hey that rhymes). I have been desperate to try out a gluten free marble cake and this one came out great. Still full of moisture and the crumb held together well. You will see I added natural yoghurt into the mix, just a spoonful helps to stop the cake from drying out. A useful little tip I taught myself! I like to use ingredients…

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