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fluufy, light, easy, delicious! had to add a little more milk though smile

By gracie on 22/08/2013

From the entry 'Thick & Fluffy Pancakes - Jamie Oliver Style'.

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This is an interesting recipe. I like all types of breads and I like experimenting too. So i guess I’ll try this one soon. Thank you for sharing this! smile

By Angela Z on 18/08/2013

From the entry 'Injera Bread (Ethiopian Flat Bread)'.

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Flourless Chocolate Cake ›

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Only 4 ingredients & none of them specialty items!

By happymumof5 on 23 July 2010 | Viewed 55740 times Read on ›

Wholegrain Chocolate Slice ›

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These are delicious and also full of wholegrains, so a little bit naughty but a little bit good too! I actually made this recipe up the other night when I was making some anzac biscuits for the kids. I thought I’d just change the oats to something else and these biscuits were born. I’m not 100% sure about the cooking time but just keep them in the oven until they look cooked and slightly crunchy (otherwise they may just crumble to pieces). Could also be iced with icing sugar, water and cocoa but personally I found them sweet enough.

By Teresa on 16 June 2010 | Viewed 10984 times Read on ›

Sticky Date Pudding ›


I have just discovered this dessert and it’s absolutely devine. Everyone asked for seconds and no-one realised it was gluten free as it was so soft, airy, and moist. Am looking forward to entertaining again just so I can make it! You could also just make the cake without the sauce and it would still be delicious.

By Teresa on 11 June 2010 | Viewed 112400 times Read on ›

Banana Coconut and LSA muffins ›

By firegirl on 26 May 2010 | Viewed 12866 times Read on ›

Cheese and Pumpkin Scones ›


This recipe is based on Teresa’s excellent Kumara Scones, but came about because I didn’t have all the ingredients and needed to make do. It worked out extremely well but hasn’t been tested again yet.

By meccanica on 25 May 2010 | Viewed 11496 times Read on ›

Pizza Base - Cost Effective!! ›

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This is actually a scone recipe – but makes a good pizza base!! And very cost effective. Makes two medium pizza bases – or one super large one.

By kathyc on 23 May 2010 | Viewed 33100 times Read on ›

Zucchini & Bacon Muffins ›

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By carly-marie on 11 January 2010 | Viewed 20578 times Read on ›

Jenny’s Teething Rusks ›


Dairy, Egg & Gluten Free.

This is a modified version of another recipe I found online which when tested didn’t work out as well as I had hoped.

The dough in this recipe is not at all crumbly and holds well for moulding and shaping.
Note that if you cook it at too high a temperature or make the pieces to thick it will be quite soft when cooked.

Smaller pieces and the long slow cooking makes it more like the traditional teething rusk.

By Tifposki'sGirl on 12 July 2009 | Viewed 19088 times Read on ›

Kumara Scones ›

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These are a fantastic alternative to wheat scones! Delicious straight from the oven smothered in butter and jam.

By Teresa on 23 April 2009 | Viewed 18824 times Read on ›

Cheese muffins ›


These are excellent as a lunchbox filler. They are quite light and fluffy. Lovely heated! Best to eat on day one or two, as with most gluten free baking. Really easy and quick to make. My kids loove these.

I got this recipe from the nutritionist at Christchurch Public hospital.

By villagirl on 25 February 2009 | Viewed 27012 times Read on ›

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