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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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Garlic Pizza Bread ›

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A basic starter that’s quick & easy to make and the non coeliacs can’t tell it’s gluten free!

By foxxx on 24 December 2011 | Viewed 18110 times Read on ›

Spud cakes ›

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This is a great and super easy way to use up your left over mashed spud from dinner the night before.  Great for a quick lunch or snack or you could even pop an egg on top for a bit of a fry up breakie. I make this for my toddler’s daycare lunches the morning of, its just so easy, and if I’m making mashed spud for dinner its no extra work to do a little extra for a quick lunch.

By pippapal on 28 March 2011 | Viewed 15534 times Read on ›

Japanese Onigiri (Rice Balls) ›

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These rice balls are absolutely delicious!
Very filling too

By GFteenager on 18 February 2011 | Viewed 18624 times Read on ›

Pakoras ›

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Here’s another great fried snack, featuring a new favourite flour at the moment, chickpea flour (aka garbanzo, gram, besan) or pea flour. This recipe is from Annabel Langbein’s Free Range Cook.
I’ve made them with beer and just water and both versions taste good.

By FC on 08 December 2010 | Viewed 13576 times Read on ›

Buckwheat Pancakes or fruit pudding ›

By virago1 on 07 March 2010 | Viewed 13232 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 19706 times Read on ›

Sesame Date Bar ›

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This sesame bar recipe is a real surprise. How could anything taste so good that takes only 10 minutes to prepare. It makes a wonderful dessert, or energy bar for a nutritious pick me up. Great for kid’s lunch boxes.

By Teresa on 09 March 2008 | Viewed 25220 times Read on ›

Banana Goldies ›


When the lady at Hubbards made these they stayed in a container on her desk so she could enjoy them whenever she felt like it.  They stayed fresh for a week. You can view my recipe on the Hubbards website: in the recipe section.  You can also visit Zillion for more info.  This recipe is Gluten and dairy free smile

By Herika on 18 October 2007 | Viewed 23463 times Read on ›

Prosciutto Roll Ups ›


This dish is great for entrees or hors d’oeuvre. You can in fact use any ingredient you like for the roll up.

By Teresa on 09 October 2007 | Viewed 8945 times Read on ›

Spicy Roasted Chickpeas ›

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By Teresa on 09 October 2007 | Viewed 12516 times Read on ›

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