Denise's Gluten Free Blog

Pear & ginger tarte tatin

Apple tarte tatin is a traditional French recipe that works really nicely with pears. Gluten-free
pastry has traditionally been horrendously difficult but I promise that this recipe will work for

Fig & Honey Tart

Do try to use local honey. You’ll be supporting local cottage industries but it’s also great for
hay fever to eat local honey. We are very spoilt having Dad as our in-house beekeeper!

Peach Crumble

This is a really lovely variation on traditional apple crumble. Using peaches adds a summery
note to a crumble that is traditionally autumnal. Chestnut flour marries well with this recipe
adding a subtle hint of chestnut to bring out the flavour of the peaches.

Swiss roll with zesty grapefruit curd

Do not be put off by the grapefruit filling – it offers a really good contrast to the sweetness of the sponge. However, if it is too much for you, you can substitute orange which is a gentler flavour!

Very Berry Muffins

The secret to a good muffin is not to overbeat them. Never, ever, mix with an electric beater. Gently fold in the mixture by hand. This mix is loaded with fruit for a fabulous burst of flavour! This recipe makes 8 generous muffins or 12 smaller ones.

Orange & Almond Cake

This recipe bakes one 23cm/9in cake. However, there is plenty of mixture mix to make two
13cm/5in cakes so you can make one to eat and pop the other in the freezer.

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