For those who cannot even tolerate the spelt waffles (they are much easier on the stomach than the typical wheat waffles since the gluten in spelt is water soluble) you do not have to despair!
These are wonderful as well and very easy to make. I also love them with butter and jam :)
Gluten free caramel delight
I love this one. Did you know that dates are the best option to sweeten your life with. I highly recommend them for your cakes, smoothies etc.
And it is perfect to give small children dates (pitted!) as candy. Probably best to cut them in half for a young child. They will be very happy with dates (prunes and other dried fruit) for their first few years :) .. I recommend organic dates. If you buy non organic dried fruit it can have been treated with sulphur dioxide. I advise you to ...
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 :)
Delicous carrot soup (vegan)
This one is ever so lovely, healthy, healing and easy to make. You chop everything real coarse (which takes much less time) because in the end you blend it with a handheld blender.
We always enjoy this delicious soup with these classic spelt mozzarella buns. I have not met anybody who does not love them (and love how little time it takes to make them).
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 ...
French chocolate cake
♥ I favor organic pure produce
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Most French chocolate cakes contain around 180g sugar. I use 140g and 20 drops of vanilla or caramel stevia instead. I feel the end result is the same :)