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Gluten free mozzarella buns

.. and they are perfect with your soup or anything else you like.   We always eat them with loads of olive oil and sea salt. I sincerely hope you enjoy them.   Here you have the spelt version :)    

Quinoa pizza for the gluten intolerant – it’s lovely (just like ordinary pizza, I promise)

This is how the base looks after I've baked it for 10 minutes ..   This pizza is just as easy to make as the spelt one! No yeast, no fuss, no nothing :)   Quinoa is a very, very nutritious seed that behaves like a grain. It is very rich in iron, good fats, protein (12-18%), calcium and more. It is naturally gluten free. Quinoa has a very mild delicate, slightly nutty flavor.   Remember to splash some good quality coldpressed olive oil over your pizza before ...

Lovely quinoa salad

I learned to make this salad in Italy a few years ago & it has been a favorite ever since. When me and my husband are alone for dinner, we often enjoy this lovely quinoa salad. It has so many lovely flavours and so many good nutrients that you don't need anything with it I feel. It does not take a lot of time to make even thought the list of ingredients seem long. Pls don't be afraid to try it.

Lentils with rice & vegetables, this dish will surprise you! (Pleasantly)

This is a lovely, delicious, very simple & inexpensive dish for the whole family to enjoy (from 8-9 months). It may not look amazingly yummy but it is! Hope you try it. You simply cook the lentils and rice (or barley, quinoa .. )  for around 40 minutes and you can do whatever you like in the meantime, play with the kids, tidy up, work, etc. Perfect for busy parents! ♥ This would serve around 3-4 people


Quinoa the nutritious seed that behaves like a grain! From my book; What should I feed my baby? I recommend quinoa as one of your baby's first foods after 6 months. It has a unique lovely nutty flavor, is highly nutritious, and gluten free. Quinoa is high in protein, calcium and iron. It contains an almost perfect balance of all eight amino acids needed for tissue development in humans. The protein in quinoa is considered to be a complete protein due to the presence of all 8 essent...