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!
A host of allergy friendly food-to-go, for school, picnics, work – infact anywhere really!
Soft and fluffy, savoury Wholewheat Vegan Cheese Scones. Easy to make and great for Afternoon Tea, lunchboxes or just dunking in a bowl of warming soup! Perfect scones without the dairy and made with wholewheat goodness!
These Easy Peasy Dairyfree Pop-in Sausage Rolls with Onion Chutney are called Pop-in Sausage Rolls for two reasons, mainly because if you pop in to ours round about Christmas time you are almost guaranteed to be fed a version of these! Usually either with onion chutney, cranberry sauce or apple sauce in depending on what we have in the fridge! These are free from dairy, egg, soya, nuts & sesame and the filling is gluten free so just swap the puff pastry for a gluten free option!
Date, Cranberry & Cashew Energy Bites (Glutenfree, Vegan) These little bites are my go-to after swim snack right now – packed full of good stuff and very very yummy! The recipe is very forgiving – I use equal quantities of the ‘gooey’ ingredients (dates, …