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Titbit #1 Lemon GranulesSprinkle my lemon 'granules' on your noodles (zoodles) and be amazed at the flavour. Put 'lemons' in the search box above to read about them.
Titbit #2 Freeze your Breadcrumbs
Buy bread (Gluten-Free) when it’s on offer and blitz into breadcrumbs. Pop useful amounts into bags and freeze. So handy to just grab from the freezer. Thaws quickly.
Titbit #3 Sweetcorn MashFor a change - rather than using potato or sweet potato, heat a couple of cans of sweetcorn; drain and blitz for an instant, tasty mash.
Find me on InstagramExperimenting with broccoli after reading an interesting article in the newspapers - Broccoli Rice. . Amazing, tasty, delicious and full of goodness. Goes well with Sticky Salmon. . 🥦🥦🥦🥦 . #broccoli #vegetables #goodforyou #fiveaday #glutenfree #coeliacfriendly #youarewhatyoueat #green #goodfood #hearthealthy. . . https://robbinnsrecipes.com/2018/02/10/broccoli-rice/The perfect breakfast for these cold frosty mornings - porridge (gluten-free) made with water and sweetened with a banana. Topped with probiotic yoghurt, freeze-dried raspberry powder (I ran out of fresh raspberries), pumpkin seeds and bee pollen. . . . #homemade #glutenfree #healthyeating #coeliacfriendly #oats #pumpkinseeds #beepollen #yoghurt #raspberries #goodfood #youarewhatyoueatThis Carrot Cake has been voted the very best by my family, including my grandkids. . 🥕🥕🥕🥕🥕 . Easy to make, keeps beautifully and tastes delicious as well as being gluten-free and full of goodness - Carrots, dates, walnuts, coconut. . . #glutenfree #healthyeating #coeliacfriendly #goodfood #carrotcake #carrots #dates #walnuts #homemade #youarewhatyoueat #cake. . . https://robbinnsrecipes.com/2017/11/08/carrot-cake/The most amazing Risotto- Lemony, edamame bean and asparagus - buttery and creamy and ordered for tomorrow’s tea by grand-daughter. I really don’t mind it twice in one week! . . . #glutenfree #goodfood #risotto #lemon #coeliacfriendly #comfortfood #edamame #asparagus #healthyeating #homemade.Lasagna’s lazy cousin - Baked Ziti - tasty, quick and easy to make, kids love it as much as the grownups. . . . #glutenfree #goodfood #mince #lasagna #coeliacfriendly #comfortfood #tomato #cheeses. . . . https://robbinnsrecipes.com/2017/10/04/baked-ziti/This scrumptious Chocolate Cake with fresh fruit is Nut-free and is thanks to Irena Macri Of EatDrinkPaleo. . . . Just five ingredients, coconut oil, cacao, sweetener, eggs and fruit. Superb as a dessert with whipped coconut cream. . . . #glutenfree #healthyeating #goodfood #coeliacfriendly #freshfruit #dessert #youarewhatyoueat. . . . https://robbinnsrecipes.com/2017/09/23/chocolate-cake-with-fresh-fruit-nut-free/
Category Archives: Starters
I had rarely attempted sushi or Nori rolls before and my rolling skills definitely need practice! However, these delicious little morsels were delightful and I have since made them quite a few times using a sushi mat which makes … Continue reading
One of those dreary, rainy Sunday mornings and I had a fridge-full of bits and pieces which I wanted to use up as we were going away for a few days. At the back of my mind was the wonderful … Continue reading
Look at these little beauties….. My husband and I were recently staying at a rather nice hotel on Lanzarote and the Sous Chef kept producing the most amazing assortment of entrées. I was so impressed that I have been trying … Continue reading
It’s true what they say, sometimes the best things in life are free! My daughter-in-law gave me a lovely ripe watermelon when she left after joining us for a holiday on the Isle of Wight. A couple of days later, … Continue reading
The colour of this soup is amazing; so vibrant and deep yet with only a few ingredients and not an additive or colouring in sight. It is also about 2.5 servings of your 5-A-day vegetables as well as a source … Continue reading
We had a slightly different Christmas Day this year where we had a variety of ‘starters’ served throughout the day, sitting down to eat our main meal at around 4.30pm. The children (and the grown-ups) loved the idea and it … Continue reading