Gluten Free Beef Wellington

This iconic British dish known to be Gordon Ramsay’s signature dish is an absolute showstopper. This recipe makes the best gluten free beef Wellington with a delicious herby duxelles. This is a great dish for a dinner party as much of it can be prepared in advance.

Gluten Free Squash Gnocchi

This cosy winter gnocchi is the perfect weeknight meal to cook while enjoying a nice glass of wine. Squash is such a classic autumn/winter veg and it goes so well with gnocchi. The slight spice from the nutmeg in here also brings a little Christmassy touch.

Gluten Free Battenberg (Christmas Edition)

tenberg is a classic British cake that is just so yummy. This recipe takes the classic and gives it a Christmassy twist using a spice cake and a white chocolate almond cake. This battenberg cake would be the perfect addition to a Christmas afternoon tea.

Gluten Free Pear Tarte Tatin

This recipe makes a delicious gluten free pear tarte tatin with a delicious buttery pastry topped with caramelised pears (or should I say that tops caramelised pears). Tarte tatin is essentially apple upside down cake but in pastry form.

Winter Risotto

This winter risotto recipe is comforting and delicious and so easy to make. It’s the perfect dish to make on a cold winter’s eve, or even a dinner party. ‘Tis the season for root vegetables, and this risotto embraces that! You could even swap out the squash for parsnips or carrots, that would be so delicious too.

The Best Gluten Free Chicken Pie

Who doesn’t love a chicken pie with a flaky buttery pie crust that is packed full of vegetables, chicken, pancetta and a creamy sauce? This gluten free chicken pie is next level! It’s so full of flavour and is the perfect comfort food for those cold gloomy days.

Crispy Smashed Potatoes

It’s that time of year where roast dinners are getting more common, and who doesn’t love a roast potato? Change up your normal roasties with this recipe. These roast potatoes are baby potatoes that have been smashed and smothered in flavoured duck fat. They are foolproof roasties so if you have trouble getting your roast potatoes crispy there are the ones for you!

Gluten Free Pumpkin Brûlée Tarts

This recipe is a different take on the classic American pumpkin pie. They are little tartlets that are filled with pumpkin that is sweetened and spiced using the classic pumpkin spice and then it is topped with a crunchy caramel similar to that of a Crème Brûlée. I always love the combination of rich caramelised flavours with warm spices, especially in the autumn winter months.