Gluten & Wheat Free Treat Recipes

There are 43 treats recipes.

Dark and Stormy Coffee Cocktail

This is a slight twist on the popular dark and stormy cocktail, especially for you coffee fans.

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Espresso Martini

This classic coffee cocktail is a must for any dinner party. Make the espresso and sugar syrup in advance and wow your guests with this delicious offering.

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Apple Traybake

A delicious cake that can be eaten hot as a dessert but is equally delicious cold, served with a cup of tea.

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Florentines

These florentines are luxury biscuits made of mainly nuts and preserved fruit, coated on one side with chocolate.

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Peanut Butter Granola Squares

Delicious nutty granola bars that are great in lunch boxes or to accompany a cup of tea. You can easily add in your own ingredients such as orange zest, chopped dates or cherries.

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Gingerbread

This gingerbread can be eaten cold as a cake or served hot with custard or ice cream for a delicious pudding. The key ingredient is the black treacle, which gives the gingerbread its rich distinctive flavour.

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Coconut Macaroons

This is a really simple coconut macaroon recipe that is naturally gluten and wheat free. 

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Chocolate Truffles

Delicious homemade truffles make the perfect gift and are deceptively easy to make. Present them in a fancy gift bag or box or serve them with coffee at a dinner party to gasps of delight. Naturally gluten and wheat free they can be made with or without alcohol and the flavours are endless. Use different fillings and coatings to create a range of fabulous varieties.

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Rocky Road

This Rocky Road recipe is really simple and makes a great afternoon tea offering or lunch box addition. There are so many different recipes around, but this is the one my family love. You can add in other ingredients or omit things you don’t like – that’s the best thing about rocky roads, make them your own!

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Chocolate Fudge

If you are looking for a great gift idea, then this chocolate fudge recipe could be what you are after. Make if for friends and family and pop it in a decorative bag or tin for a handmade gift that beats any shop bought fudge. This recipe uses the microwave, so it’s much quicker than traditionally made fudge, which can be quite laborious. 

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