Gluten & Wheat Free Treat Recipes

There are 43 treats recipes.

Victoria Sponge

A Victoria Sandwich sponge is probably one of the most popular cakes and this recipe will ensure you receive gasps of delight as people tuck into this moist and delicious sponge cake. The two cake sponges are traditionally sandwiched together with raspberry jam and cream, but I like to use a vanilla buttercream with the jam. Dusted simply with icing sugar, this sponge cake is a show stopper for flavour and moistness!

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Lemon and Poppy Seed Loaf Cake

A lemony, buttery, afternoon tea treat that the whole family will love.

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Earl Grey Fruited Tea Loaf

This fruit tea loaf is infused with Earl Grey tea and combines delicate flavours of bergamot with citrus notes. Serve sliced, spread with lashings of butter; an ideal afternoon tea offering, accompanied by a pot of freshly made tea.

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Christmas Cake

This deliciously moist Christmas cake is packed with mixed dried fruit, spices and alcohol. No one would ever know it was gluten and wheat free, so you don’t need to make two. Serve this to everyone and wait for the positive comments to come flooding in! Don’t just make it for Christmas, it’s too good! Ideally this cake needs to be made 1 month beforehand, although it is not imperative to do so. Feeding the cake weekly with brandy will ensure you have a very rich, deliciously and moist cake.

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Fairy Cakes

This recipe is very versatile. Keep them simple and plain as per the recipe or add chocolate chips, raisins or lemon zest. You may like to use a cake corer to remove the center of each cake and fill them with lemon curd, butter cream, chocolate spread or fruit compote. Topped with icing, you can then decorate with glace cherries, crystalised ginger, chocolate buttons or sugar strands - the options are endless. Have fun with them and rest assured they will taste delicious.

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Fruit and Mixed Seed Flapjacks

Flapjacks are a healthy snack when you need something sweet but don’t want to be reaching for the biscuits! Served warm with some custard, they also make a great dessert.

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Frosted Carrot and Orange Cake

This is a very moist and tasty orange and carrot cake that is sure to impress. Not only is it wheat and gluten free it is also dairy and lactose free too if you replace the traditional frosting with an icing drizzle.

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Spanish Almond and Whole Orange Cake

This is a beautiful Mediterranean cake that uses whole oranges, including the peel. Almond and orange is one of the best flavour combinations and this cake delivers sweetness, a zesty tang and a satisfying moistness. It is super easy to make and contains no flour, using ground almonds instead. Naturally gluten and wheat free; you are sure to impress when you serve this cake to friends and family. 

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Moist Banana, Pecan and Chocolate Loaf Cake

This banana, pecan and chocolate loaf cake is lovely and moist and makes a great addition to any picnic or lunch box. Bring along one of these to a friend’s coffee morning and you will be invited again, for sure!

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Cherry Bakewell Seeded Bars

If you love the Cherry Bakewell Nakd bars, then you are sure to love these!! For a bar that virtually tastes identical to the popular branded variety – leave out the seeds and goji berries.

A great sweet pick-me-up that can be enjoyed at any time of the day and packed full of goodness too! No cooking is involved either.

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