Having a gluten intolerance or Coeliac disease needn't be a reason to have to miss out on all your favourite baked goods.
We've compiled a list of our favourite gluten-free bakes, cakes and dinners that everyone can enjoy. Dig in!
Using gluten-free flour instantly turns this family favourite into a gluten-free winner. Delicious served sweet or savoury, for breakfast, lunch or dinner, possible toppings include lemon and sugar, bananas and ice cream, melted chocolate and strawberries, or cheese and ham for a savoury option.
One pan biryani
Rice is a great gluten-free staple for meal-times - just make sure the label specifies that it's completely gluten-free. We love this delicious biryani studded with flaked almonds, raisins and veg for a colourful, gluten-free take on curry night.
Peanut butter cookie ice cream sandwiches
Did you know many peanut butter cookie recipes are actually gluten-free already? Just make sure your peanut butter and sugar are 100% gluten-free. We love sandwiching these crumbly cookies with fruity strawberry ice cream - delish!
Seafood cocktail paella
The ultimate party food in Spain, paella is a true crowd pleaser - and, if you make sure to use the right kind of stock and rice, it can be gluten-free too! We love using micro rice to make this party food super speedy.
We love cheesecake. Creamy, light and impossibly moreish - what's not to like?
And by opting for gluten-free biscuits in your base instead of classic digestives, you can turn this creamy pud into a gluten-free go-to with minimal effort. Genius! Check out our lemony number which uses gluten-free lemon shortbread for an extra kick of citrus.
Fruity chicken curry with rice
Family dinnertimes can be difficult when you throw food allergies and intolerances into the mix. Finding a dinner that everyone will love tucking into instantly becomes 10 times harder. But have no fear - our delicious, fruity chicken curry is naturally gluten-free - and is guaranteed to go down well with kids and grownups alike! Pick up some of our Free From gluten garlic and coriander naan breads to mop up all that scrummy sauce.
Moist and squidgy carrot cake always goes down a treat. Next time you're thinking about baking up this veggie-packed celebration cake for a gathering or party, why not try using gluten-free flour so everyone can have a slice of the action? This easy swap costs not extra time or effort - and you won't be able to tell the difference in the taste of the final bake at all!