Tag: gluten free

Almond Butter Biscuit

For the life of me I can not remember where I saw these Flourless Almond Butter Cookies from Heartbeet Kitchen but I was immediately drawn to the idea of baking with almond butter and bonus that the recipe had very few other ingredients as well. I find the making and baking of cookies just too much of a mission at the best of times so hardly bake cookies. The whole process of making a dough, rolling it out, baking and decorating…

Polenta Olive Oil Cake l heinstirred.com

This Olive Oil Polenta Cake came to being after I was asked by Olive Central to develop a recipe using South African Olive Oil. A request I gladly accepted. But before I chat some more about the cake I wanted to present my two new stop motion videos. For these videos I collaborated with the super talented Claire Ferrandi who did the styling and Eden Weiss who did the editing. I am used to doing all the cooking and styling…

Gluten Free Chocolate Pudding l heinstirred.com

This recipe for Gluten Free Chocolate Puddings is based on a Sophie Grigson recipe I saw many years ago on one of her cooking shows.  I have always kept it at hand as it makes dinner party entertaining so much easier. Instead of having to leave your guests to go whip up a hot chocolate dessert you can pre-make the batter and freeze the individual puddings until you are ready to bake and serve them as dessert. Which means you…

I had to stop photographing this Orange Pistachio Cake as I could not stop eating slice after slice. And just a tip, the first and last slices with the crust are the best. Cut them off and save them for yourself. Some of my favourite food blogs are from Australia and Milk and Honey is the only blog I subscribe to at the moment. I love Jennifer’s recipes and photography. Her sense of humour always brings a smile and she regularly…

I have to admit this post only exists because the first image I saw on the day was of buckwheat pancakes on Instagram. That led to me wanting to just have fun with the camera and shoot my own version. But with honey oozing down the sides. (And I have always wanted to try buckwheat.) I looked at some recipes but none really grabbed me, so decided to adapt the recipe I posted before of Bill Granger’s Banana Sour Cream…

Citrus and almonds are one of my favourite baking combinations. Add ricotta to the mix and I am sold. I just love the more substantial cake you get when baking with almond meal and one of the first recipes I posted on the blog were these delicious Clementine Almond Cakes. I have been wanting to make this Lemon Ricotta Cake from Cakelets and Doilies for quite some time. I was also intrigued with the method of making a meringue of…

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