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Living Gluten Free - Recipes, Advice and Tips to Make GF Food Interesting

Updated on August 17, 2017
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Frances has been living gluten free for ten years. It's made a huge difference to her life and is the only known fix for gluten intolerance.

Giving up Wheat, Barley, Rye or Oats for Medical or Other Reasons Does Not Mean Food Becomes Boring.

This is a growing list of recipes and advice on living a gluten-free life. Furthermore, restaurants offering a good selection of gluten-free menu choices are on the increase so watch this space for info about those restaurants.

Gluten Free Recipes - Food need not be boring - take a look

Tips, hints and recipes for living a gluten-free life. This continuously evolving list will also provide information about restaurants where being gluten-free is not a problem. The number of restaurants offering dedicated GF menus continues to grow so information will be added whenever it comes to hand.


The following recipes can be found on Infobarrel.com

  • Gluten-free Cheesecake Suitable for Passover

    Delicious recipe for cheesecake that's both gluten-free and suitable for Passover

  • Beetroot and Chocolate Cake - Beautiful beetroot - stains your fingers, stains your counters - it's also nutritious and delicious and never more so than when combined with chocolate in a yummy cake.
  • Gluten-free Apple and Sultana Turnover. I've been experimenting with spring roll wrappers, also known as rice paper pancakes. These are nearly always gluten-free and make very good crispy pastry. They take very little time to prepare although they are fragile and need careful handling.

  • Five Gluten-free Fruit Desserts Infused with Alcohol - Five recipes using fruit and alcohol - great way to end any celebration dinner.
  • Fruit-based Desserts - All Gluten Free - Try these fruit-based desserts for a refreshing change.


Gluten-free Cornish-style Pasties - Recipe using Spring Roll Wrappers

Gluten-free Cornish-style Pasty
Gluten-free Cornish-style Pasty

Most favourite recipes can be adapted to meet the needs of a gluten-free diet.

This recipe for that great British staple the Cornish Pasty uses gluten-free rice paper pancakes, also known as spring roll wrappers, to form a really light and crispy pastry pocket.

Whether you're gluten free because of a medical condition, or have made the choice to go gluten free please share your experiences here.

Tell us about restaurants with gluten-free menus, gluten-free products and cookbooks, or why not use the guest book to share favourite recipes?

© 2013 Frances Spiegel

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