Gluten Free And No Added Sugar Banana And Sultana Muffins

Don’t tell my kids but I tend to steal these muffins from them. I know I’m an awful mum but it’s cake, with no added sugar cake, without gluten! They are lucky I let them have one!  In my opinion these are best eaten just out of the oven or warmed over with custard.  Makes 12 Ingredients  150 grams of gluten free plain flour (see … Continue reading Gluten Free And No Added Sugar Banana And Sultana Muffins

Gluten Free, No Added Sugar Apple and Raspberry Muffins

We are still loving our new muffin tray 12 hole muffin tray I highly recommend it for anyone doing baby led weaning or cooking muffins on a regular basis. It’s just so much easier to clean than the metal ones and a lot cheaper than always buying bun cases!  I like having these muffin around the house as a sweet but healthier treat for my … Continue reading Gluten Free, No Added Sugar Apple and Raspberry Muffins

Gluten Free Pizza Muffins -Suitable for BLW 

Although we have now started to introduce gluten in to Annie’s diet, at the moment she is only having one gluten meal a day.  She’s still loving her lunch time gluten free muffins in her lunch box and gets really giddy every time she sees it come out of the baby bag.  I made these in my new silicone tray at the weekend. Although it … Continue reading Gluten Free Pizza Muffins -Suitable for BLW 

Nice and Easy Spaghetti Bolognese- Gluten Free

This is a staple recipe of mine that has been handed down by my late mother. It’s a firm favourite of all the members of my family including my kids. You really can’t do baby led weaning without a portion of spaghetti bolognese, I recommend running the bath before hand and stripping you baby to a nappy and vest before beginning. The main reasons we … Continue reading Nice and Easy Spaghetti Bolognese- Gluten Free

Gluten Free Carrot, Tomato and Parsley Muffins-Suitable for Baby Led Weaning 

These are my favourite muffins to bake the smell in my kitchen when these are in the oven is fantastic. They smell so good that my partner asked to try one, he’s the only gluten eater in my house at the moment and he’s been by my side since before I got my diagnosis and he has tried some pretty awful gluten free food over … Continue reading Gluten Free Carrot, Tomato and Parsley Muffins-Suitable for Baby Led Weaning 

Gluten Free Cup Eggs Suitable For BLW

It’s funny that I have always preferred cooked breakfasts over cereal. Even before my coeliac disease developed cereal and I were never friends. I am however a big fan of eggs, boiled, fried, scrambled or poached I love them. My baby shares this love and she will eat them most mornings with me. My son used to have two fried eggs (in spray oil) with … Continue reading Gluten Free Cup Eggs Suitable For BLW

Cauliflower and Cheese Gluten Free Muffins

By popular demand! Here is my brand new recipe for cauliflower and cheese gluten free muffins. I’m really pleased at how they turned out. I don’t even like cauliflower but these are so going in my lunch box tomorrow for my keep in touch day at work and will be a regular feature once I return in April. I think I might even try them … Continue reading Cauliflower and Cheese Gluten Free Muffins

BLW-Low salt cheese straws-Gluten Free

I make two versions of these this is the low salt baby led weaning version, which my daughter loves and I love the convenience of popping them in her lunch box to feed her while out and about. The normal version can be found under snacks. Makes about 15 straws 50g of unsalted butter 100g of gluten free plain flour (I’ve used doves, Asda and … Continue reading BLW-Low salt cheese straws-Gluten Free

Cauli Smiles- Gluten Free

These are great for both cooking with the kids and for baby led weaning. They are a great staple in my house that freeze well once cooked.  Although my son first turned his nose up at them, once he helped me to make them they quickly became a favourite. In my experience my son is more likely to eat something that he has been involved … Continue reading Cauli Smiles- Gluten Free

Yorkshire Puddings-Gluten Free

Yorkshire puddings have always been a favourite of mine since childhood. Prior to having coeliac disease my weekly shop included frozen ones, that were cheap enough to buy and keep in my freezer for when I needed them. I’d literally eat them with most meals. When I was diagnosed I almost fainted in the supermarket at how expensive gluten free ones were so I decided … Continue reading Yorkshire Puddings-Gluten Free