Happy Friday everyone!
This week, I have been really lazy with dinners. I’m not sure whether it’s the end of term feeling, the warmth or just a blasé attitude, but I’ve had crackers and cheese twice for dinner this week! I do love cheese, and recently discovered some really gorgeous Italian cheeses through a little project I am taking part in with Ciao Gusto.
I am not the only one with a soft spot for crackers! The lovely Kate, aka ‘The Gluten Free Alchemist,’ reviewed Nairn’s New Gluten Free Oat Snack Range. These little babies are out of this world, whether you are on a gluten-free diet or not, and they have been our favourite treats since we found them at the Allergy Show.
Rebecca’s gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free and soy-free graham crackers look and sound perfect! It just shows that you can make anything and everything allergy-friendly with a bit of experimentation and patience.
Over to you now!
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