What would Good Friday and Easter be with out Hot Cross Buns in the mix! For the past 2 years I haven’t been able to enjoy one of those sweet, spiced fill buns that I love so much, but this year I made it a mission to make them gluten free and we have a winner!Continue reading “Gluten Free Hot Cross Buns” »
If you know me, I’m not a full on, eat doubles everyday kind of person (unlike my family), but every now and then I do enjoy a good doubles, and since going gluten free I haven’t been able to enjoy it. But no more!! May I present to you my GF Doubles Bara!Continue reading “Gluten Free Doubles Bara” »
It’s dry season here in Trinidad and the air is a real mess. With the Sahara dust and the dust from the dried grass and shrubs my allergies are taking a real beating. And when I’m feeling under the weather, there’s nothing that works better to easy my symptoms and give me a boost that a bowl of soup.
If you’re like me, the hardest part of gluten free eating is breakfast. And sometimes, you want something fresh, homemade and delicious, not out of the freezer section of the grocery store (which is where most of the gluten free breads can be found.) But as you know most gluten free breads or similar items usually take a few hours to make and require quite a few ingredients that makes it difficult to make on a whim.