Gluten & Wheat Free British Recipes

There are 135 British recipes.

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Chocolate Mousse with Berries

This pudding is not as unhealthy and calorific as you may think. Naturally gluten and wheat free, serve this dessert and be surprised by its calorie content, it uses low fat yoghurt rather than double cream.

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Chocolate Crunchie Bars

These chocolatey treats make a great lunch box offering and are also just the thing to accompany your afternoon cuppa. They are really easy to make; the children are sure to want to help make these.

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Strawberry Ice Cream Milk Shake

This is a lovely summery treat, especially when strawberries are in season and are deliciously ripe and sweet. And you can justify the calories by knowing it contains one of your daily portions of fruit!

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Strawberry Mallow Mousse

This is a really quick dessert that you can make in advance and the children are sure to love it! Most marshmallows are GF/WF, but obviously check the packaging first.

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Strawberry and Rhubarb Crumble

There is something special about the combination of strawberries and rhubarb. The sweetness of the strawberries and the tartness of the rhubarb are a perfect match. Served warm with a dollop of double cream, puddings don’t get much better than this.

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Strawberry Gin

You can capture the taste of summer with this strawberry infused gin that can be drunk over ice, with tonic or be used as the base for a delicious cocktail.

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Cherry and Almond Cake

This delicious cherry and almond cake is made with fresh cherries and is perfect for a summer picnic or as an afternoon tea offering. It is equally good served warm with vanilla ice cream and the combination of a cake, topped with a crumble works wonderfully.

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Granola with Berries and Nuts

A tasty breakfast full of crunchy goodness that keeps well for around a month in an airtight container.

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Cherry and Chocolate Muffins

These lovely muffins can be frozen and then just left out to defrost, the night before you need them. The combination of sour cherries and smooth chocolate work perfectly.

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake

This classic pineapple upside-down cake makes a decorative centre piece for afternoon tea and tastes equally delicious served warm with ice cream or cream as a pudding.

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