4 ‘Free From’ Recipes to Try This Christmas & #FreeFromFridays

Hi everyone,

Welcome to #FreeFromFridays! Thanks for everyone who has been sharing the ‘free from’ love, whether it was your first time or you link week after week. I love this little ‘Free From’ community.

First of all, big apologies for my lateness in reading and sharing all your posts, the past couple of weeks have been incredibly busy, but I’m pretty sure we’re all on the same boat! I’ve now caught up with all your lovely ‘free from’ posts and “it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…”

Without further ado, here are the four posts that made me want to curl up by the fire and imagine it’s snowing outside.

Reneé’s gluten-free, egg-free nut roast sounds like my kind of side dish! I love nuts and I can picture myself making it using walnuts from my mum’s garden. It will have to wait until next year, and I am pretty sure the French side of my family would find it quite exotic. Anything that is not traditional French food is ‘exotic’ to them – egg sandwiches, fry up, anything vegetarian.

4 ‘Free From’ Recipes to Try This Christmas & #FreeFromFridays
Rebecca, who blogs at ‘Strength and Sunshine,’ shares her take on stuffing that is safe for food allergies and would also make the perfect side dish on Christmas day.

4 ‘Free From’ Recipes to Try This Christmas & #FreeFromFridays

When it comes to sweets, a couple of desserts have grabbed my attention over the past couple of weeks.

Kate, otherwise known as ‘The Gluten-Free Alchemist,’ never fails to impress with her creations, and I have to say that her Coffee Mocha Roulade is my kind of dessert, especially it is comes served with a latte! It looks stunning, doesn’t it?

4 ‘Free From’ Recipes to Try This Christmas & #FreeFromFridays
Kaila’s vegan pumpkin spice balls sound like the perfect pick-me-up when you need a bit of a sweet treat without ending up scoffing all the chocolate in the cupboards. They would be perfect as a treat when we are watching TV and drinking cup of tea after cup of tea on Christmas evening, but I am not too sure where I would find the anti-grain pumpkin flour.

4 ‘Free From’ Recipes to Try This Christmas & #FreeFromFridays

Over to you now! Grab the badge and add your posts below. Emma and I are looking forward to a good read with a cup of coffee in hand.

How to link up with #Freefromfridays

What can I link?
Any blog post that features a recipe free from a common allergen (eg. milk, egg, nuts, gluten) or allergy related advice, experience or information.

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Comments

  1. Kaila @healthyhelperblog!
    18/11/2016 / 3:37 am

    THANK YOU!!

    • 18/11/2016 / 7:05 pm

      My pleasure lovely!

  2. 18/11/2016 / 8:03 am

    Ooh love winter warmer dishes, looking forward to trying the stuffing recipe!

    • 18/11/2016 / 7:05 pm

      Me too. It looks amazing, doesn’t it?

  3. Vicki Montague
    18/11/2016 / 12:18 pm

    Fabulous recipes! I love the look of that roulade. I want a piece!!!! Just to let you know that because you have that copywrite app you can’t right click on the badge code! I’ve just added a link to this page.

    • 18/11/2016 / 11:33 pm

      I know, they’re mouthwatering, right?

      Sorry about the ‘no right click’ thing. You can copy the link by highlighting it and using cmd+C, but it doesn’t matter. Thanks so much for adding a link to the page.

  4. 18/11/2016 / 12:49 pm

    Yey! I managed it…2 weeks in a row!!! Linking up my sausage & squash traybake today…it’s pretty much free from most things so long as the right sausages are used. And veggie sausages can be swapped in, if it needs to be veggie 🙂 Eb x

    • 18/11/2016 / 11:39 pm

      Woop woop, check you out, superwoman today! I love sausages, I love squash. I’m pretty sure I’m going to love your recipe!

  5. 19/11/2016 / 11:04 am

    Thanks so much for featuring my post Mel! Sorry I don’t have a post this week, but hopefully I will next xxx

    • 19/11/2016 / 2:11 pm

      Never ever feel like you have to link up. Loved your nut roast recipe; I’d love to try it (hint, hint!). xxx

  6. 19/11/2016 / 7:01 pm

    Thanks so much for featuring my roulade in amongst such yummy recipes! The pumpkin spice balls sound really interesting, although I have to agree…. finding ‘anti-grain pumpkin flour’ could be a tricky search…. x

    • 20/11/2016 / 11:57 pm

      My pleasure Kate. Your photos made my mouth water, as do most of your recipes to be honest! I’m planning to make a yule log this week to ‘rehearse’ for Christmas, as I haven’t made a roulade cake since I was 9 or 10, he he!

  7. JessicaLouise (@JessycaLouise)
    21/11/2016 / 8:17 pm

    Those recipes look absolutely delicious. I’m going to bookmark the coffee roulade!

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