Denise's Gluten Free Blog

Easter cupcakes

Whilst any madeira mixture works for cupcakes, this recipe is great because the cakes bake with
a flat top, which makes it easier for you to get creative with your piping skills.



Lemon Curd Tartlets

The tartness of the lemon cuts through the richness of the pastry here. One tartlet is plenty in
one sitting! Alternatively, you can make bite-sized tartlets, as I have shown in the photo here,
but one of those will not be enough, I guarantee!


Millionaire's Shortbread

Thereís something indulgent about this recipe and itís really filling so you will only manage one square at a time. This recipe holds really well in an airtight container for a week or so but it will be absolutely demolished before the week is over!



Jack Frost Muffins

I love to have these muffins on Christmas Eve morning Ė I feel Christmas has arrived properly
then. I mix all the dry ingredients the night before and have my other ingredients ready in the
fridge. It just takes three minutes in the morning to put it all together. Make sure to play some
Christmas music for yourself while you enjoy these treats!



Fresh cherry clafoutis

This is a classic French recipe and is wonderful when fresh cherries are in season. Do be careful of your hands as cherries will stain badly. It is not a look that you need with your newly applied manicure! This recipe works well with rhubarb or poached apple when cherries are out of season.



Mince pies with Homemade Mincemeat

These are the most popular pies we bake and we make hundreds of thousands. Itís nice to say
that you have baked them yourself; however, if itís all a bit daunting, use our pastry mix and
mincemeat to make it a bit easier on yourself!


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