Tasted: Nakd Cocoa Orange Bits By Gluten-free Sam Chewy, soft and sweet, these are chocolately enough to keep even the most die hard chocoholic happy.
By Gluten-free Sam Absolutely delicious peachy sweets, with a great texture. These are very moreish, and free from a lot of different allergens as well as being vegetarian, halal and kosher. Great all-round sweets, useful for bribing children of all different dietary requirements.
By Gluten-free Sam Reading and understanding food labels can be difficult at the best of times. When you can’t eat gluten, it can be a potential minefield.
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By Gluten-free Sam A fantastic tasting gluten-free pasta produced in Italy. What pasta is supposed to taste like.
By Gluten-free Sam A cereal topper that also works well on yoghurt or porridge. The cranberries add a nice touch of sweetness.
By Gluten-free Sam Makes a very respectable gluten-free crumble.
By Gluten-free Sam A very fine almond flour, 80% fat reduced and high in protein. Keep an eye on it while baking as it burns a little more easily than regular almond flour.
By Gluten-free Sam An easy to make sauce for a quick pasta bake. Nicely flavoured without being overpowering.
Samantha Stein is the gluten-free reviewer for Can I Eat It? and the author of Gluten-free Baking at Christmas By Gluten-free Sam A gluten-free diet may seem to some like the latest food fad for those with more money than sense, but for the people living with coeliac disease in the UK (and the manyContinue reading “The high price of gluten-free food – and how to beat it”