The Ultimate Collection of Freefrom Pancakes

The Ultimate Collection of Freefrom Pancakes

The Peachicks are big pancake fans and they definitely do not let food allergies stand between them and a good pancake feast. They aren’t fussy about toppings either; sweet, savoury or a mixture of the two are all devoured equally quickly! We have teamed up with a host of other bloggers to create The Ultimate Collection of Freefrom Pancakes. So if are catering for allergies or special diets this Shrove Tuesday then look no further because The Ultimate Collection of Freefrom Pancakes has got you covered!

Vegan Coconut & Lime Pancakes with Grilled Pineapple & Ginger Syrup

Vegan Coconut & Lime Pancakes with Grilled Pineapple & Ginger Syrup

Perfect for Shrove Tuesday these Coconut & Lime Freefrom Pancakes (Glutenfree, Vegan) are layered with grilled pineapple & soaked in a ginger syrup. Full of flavour and great for a lazy weekend brunch served with dairyfree yoghurt and pomegranate seeds!

Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad with Tesco.

Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad with Tesco.

Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad, perfect way to banish those winter blues and full of immune boosting vitamins to keep the bugs away! This dish is freefrom most of the Top14 allergens as its freefrom dairy, eggs & soy as well as gluten (check cornichon ingredients) but noone will be able to tell the difference! This is a great stand alone salad that is delicious warm and even better cold the day after. It also makes a great side dish to your favourite grilled fish, meat or vegan alternative. The yoghurt dressing can be made in a big batch and kept for dunking veggies in for the rest of the week!

Vegan Olive, Tomato & Basil Swirls

Vegan Olive, Tomato & Basil Swirls

These Vegan Olive Tomato & Basil Swirls are full of lovely Mediterranean flavours and perfect to show off the fruity flavour of Olive Oil. They are dairyfree, suitable for vegans and easy to make gluten-free by using suitable puff pastry. Gluten free pastry is becoming more readily available in supermarkets but check the ingredients its not always soyfree or vegan.

Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes: Vegan Chocolate Muffins

Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes: Vegan Chocolate Muffins

Who doesn’t love a good chocolate muffin, they are an easy to grab breakfast or mid-afternoon chocolate hit. But why settle for those dry, crumbly ones off the shelf, when you can so easily make your own! So here it is – my Essential Vegan Chocolate Muffins recipe! Soft, dark and gooey as well as dairyfree, eggfree, soyfree and vegan friendly (for all of you taking part in Veganuary!) What more do you need?! Cupboard to mouth in about 30minutes (less if you make mini ones!) And did I mention the coffee kick?

One Pot Slow Cooked Ham with a Creamy Sage Sauce (Dairyfree, Soyfree, Glutenfree)

One Pot Slow Cooked Ham with a Creamy Sage Sauce (Dairyfree, Soyfree, Glutenfree)

Christmas is nearly upon us… yep I’ve said it! And the weather, even down here, has turned cold. This One Pot Slow Cooked Ham in a Dairyfree, Creamy Sage Sauce is the perfect dinner to warm everyone up on a cold winters day. Peachicks are read more

Guest Post: Daddy Peacock’s Chunky Chilli

Guest Post: Daddy Peacock’s Chunky Chilli

The start of the year is always really busy for me on a work front so enjoy a guest post from Daddy Peacock himself and a recipe for the fab one pot Daddy Peacock’s Slow Cooked Chunky Chilli…   The end of August and beginning read more

Elodie’s Mediterranean Swirly Bread (Eggfree, Dairyfree, soyfree)

Elodie’s Mediterranean Swirly Bread (Eggfree, Dairyfree, soyfree)

These little Mediterranean Swirly Bread rolls, filled with garlic, tomatoes and olives, have quickly become a staple of Elodie’s Preschool lunchboxes. She especially likes them with cherry tomato pieces in them as apparently they go pop! These rolls have no salt in them, are dairyfree, eggfree & soyfree, and keep really well in a sealed container. The added bonus of making them yourself is that you can make them as big or as small as you like! These are small enough to fit inside the cups of a normal muffin tin and can be sprinkled with dairyfree cheese before baking for an extra crunchy top!