Date: Wednesday 25th January 2017
It’s important to make a little gesture this Valentine’s, no matter how big or small, to show how much you care. We've put together a range of gluten free gift ideas which are guaranteed to be a hit.
There’s always something special about homemade gifts, take the time to make your loved one a tasty treat this year, as they’ll no doubt appreciate it.
Whether it be cookies or cake of love, we have a range of recipes and moulds to help you design your perfect gift:
Top 4 Moulds
Top 4 Recipes
The good thing about these gifts is they can be frozen and enjoyed when the times right (if they can resist them). Of course, we have lots of others recipes available, so just head over to our website to choose the perfect recipe for your Beau.
Cake In A Mug
We know females can’t resist a sweet treat. Here's a cake making options which can be made in minutes when the ‘I need cake moment’ arrives.
We love a cake in a mug, all you have to do is swap your gluten containing flour for Glutafin Gluten Free Select Multipurpose White Mix and away you go.
Post Christmas, this is a perfect way to increase fruit and vegetable intake. The obvious benefit of a blender is to make smoothies. However, it can also be used to blend vegetables into a delicious pasta sauce for our new range of Glutafin Gluten Free Pasta and also flavoursome soups to dip a chunky piece of Glutafin Gluten Free Bread Roll into.
Sometimes it’s all about the little things, why not put together a gluten free hamper filled with all your partners favourite foods and treats which will help make coeliac life a little easier.
Here are some ideas of what to include:
1. Hot Water Bottle.
Perfect for sore tummies
Cross contamination can be an issue for coeliacs so keeping food tightly locked away in their own distinguishable tuppaware is ideal.
3. Gluten Free Goodies.
Add some gluten free treats which you know they love, whether that be some gluten free food or a nice bottle of wine. If you are unsure about which items are gluten free, refer to the Coeliac UK directory.
4. Mug & Tea/Coffee.
This is the perfect side dish to a gluten free biscuits.To make it even more special, you could make your own biscuits using the ideas above.
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