Gluten & Wheat Free Treat Recipes

There are 43 treats recipes.

Banana Flapjack

This recipe is great for using up ripe bananas that nobody likes and get left in the fruit bowl. You can add nuts, seeds, chocolate drops and other dried fruit too; create your own variety. Ideal for popping in packed lunch boxes and snacking on mid-morning when you are in need of a sweet fix.

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Homemade Mincemeat

This recipe for homemade gluten and wheat free mincemeat will make around 24 mince pies or one large pie. Making your own mincemeat doesn’t take long and the results are worth every minute.

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Orange Shortbread Biscuits

These gluten and wheat biscuits melt in your mouth and are really quick and easy to make.  If you’d rather lemon, just add lemon zest instead.

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Bircher Muesli

This can be eaten for breakfast or lunch, either way, it’s a nutritious dish. Soaking oats and seeds overnight means that they are easier to digest, and makes the muesli extra creamy. Eat it straight from the fridge, it’s delicious.

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Jammy Biscuits

These gluten and wheat free jammy biscuits are a treat that the whole family will enjoy. They are easy to make and something that children can easily help with.

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Millionaires Shortbread

These millionaire shortbreads are often requested in our house and they always go down well with visitors too. With rich buttery layers of crumbly shortbread, sticky caramel and a chocolate top; these really hit the spot when you need a sweet treat!

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Chocolate Fudge Cake

A rich and sticky chocolate fudge cake that makes a great birthday cake. Decorate it with your favourite chocolate treats and watch your friends and family devour it in minutes! No one would know it was gluten and wheat free; it’s moist, chocolatey and very indulgent – just how a chocolate fudge cake should be.  

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Crumbly Fudge

Fudge is naturally gluten and wheat free and makes a great hand-made present that you can give away on birthdays and at Christmas. Experiment with different flavours by adding in your favourite ingredients - try adding crystallised ginger, almond extract or nuts.

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Mince Pies with a Crumble Topping

I think these home-made gluten and wheat free mince pies are so much nicer than any shop bought varieties. With a crunchy crumble topping, they are the perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea or glass of mulled wine. If you are short on time, use readymade gluten and wheat free pastry that is available in most supermarket chiller cabinets.

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Fruit Scones

What could be more British than afternoon tea with fruit scones, jam and extra thick double cream?! They are easy to make and are ideal when you have visitors arriving at short notice! You can adapt them easily, omitting the fruit, or adding different flavours that your family love. You might like to try orange zest with cinnamon, desiccated coconut or maybe add some walnuts?

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