Fruit Scones

There is nothing quite like fresh scones. Do them justice and eat them on the day of baking 😍

Makes 8–10 scones, depending on what size cutter you use

Banana Muffins

This recipe is a great way to disguise fruit and ensures that the kids eat bananas without
realising it. Also you can now buy really cute muffin cases that also persuade the smallies that muffins are worth a try!

Banana & Oat biscuits

In case you didn’t know, cookies start their journey soft and chewy and go hard when stale. Biscuits should snap when fresh and go soft when stale! All like to be kept in an airtight container and to be eaten shortly after baking. Do check that your coeliac is happy to eat pure oats before serving.

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!

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