The Sated Coeliac - Gluten Free RecipesThe Sated Coeliac – because gluten free doesn’t mean taste free

Cooking healthy meals from scratch is the easiest way to go when you have Coeliac Disease, but even so it can be a confusing activity when you first begin on the gluten free path, and even when you’re used to it, there are days when you lack inspiration.

The Sated Coeliac is my growing collection of recipes for everyday, gluten free family meals. Enjoy!

There’s something very satisfying about making Yorkshire Pudding with eggs from your own hens. Yorkshire Pudding, or Orkshire Pie as PK insists on calling it, is a staple of roast dinners in this family. With plenty of roots planted firmly in Yorkshire thanks to my Mum’s side of[…]

It’s twelve years since I was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease and had to start navigating the murky waters of gluten free shopping and eating.  In that time, gluten free provision and recipes have improved massively. It’s not nearly as hard to find gluten free options if you eat[…]

Udi’s Gluten Free asked me to try some of their products. What did I think? The Blueberry muffins were to die for. Soft, moist, with lots of fruit which had not sunk to the bottom!

I’m catching up with my Great British Bake Off gluten free challenge. If you haven’t been following, I’m trying to produce a gluten free dish to fit into the theme for each episode. Sometimes, I even have a go at the technical challenge. I’m up to dessert week[…]

Where to start with this? You may have seen the trouble the GBBO contestants had with ciabatta when Paul set it as a technical challenge. Now imagine removing the gluten which makes the dough behave just so and try to get the same results (the ones Paul was after, not[…]

Udi’s Gluten Free have recently added lots of new products to their gluten free range in the UK and they asked me if I would like to review some of them. One of the items they sent me was a box mix for cookies. I tend to steer clear of[…]