Living and travelling gluten free in the UK, Australia & around the world!

Treats Coeliacs Miss…

Treats that Coeliacs miss and often search for….

Liberate gluten free crumpets

Liberate gluten free crumpets

Gluten free crumpets are hard to get right but these crumpets from Liberate foods have won gold & sliver awards in the UK free from world and are very close to a traditional crumpet. Endorsed by Coeliac Australia and Coeliac New Zealand, they are available to purchase in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and […]

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Nanna’s frozen gluten free crepes

Nanna’s frozen gluten free crepes

Nanna’s frozen gluten free crepes are back in the supermarket freezers!  They disappeared for many months and have reappeared with new branding and only minor ingredient changes. I am a huge crepe fan and love having these in the freezer for when a crepe craving strikes! They come in a pack of eight. One crepe […]

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Harry’s fish and chips, Blackburn South

Harry’s fish and chips, Blackburn South

Gluten free fish and chips in Blackburn South, Melbourne Harry’s Fish & Chips is in a tiny strip of shops on Middleborough Road (corner Eley Road), Blackburn South and has a fantastic gluten free menu. The main menu is on the wall but you will find the gluten free menu on the counter – nearly […]

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Melbourne’s gluten free donut explosion!

Melbourne’s gluten free donut explosion!

When I was first diagnosed with coeliac disease, doughnuts / donuts became a distant memory. Now we have sooo many options  for gluten free donuts in Melbourne with freshly cooked donuts available at markets, donut shops that are open 24/7 and several gluten free bakeries around town producing cinnamon, jam and iced donuts. This post […]

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We Love Cake – gluten free fruit cake and brownies

We Love Cake – gluten free fruit cake and brownies

Are you missing gluten free fruit cake? British company  We Love Cake are now  supplying Australian Coles stores with gluten free, wheat free and milk free fruit cake and brownie slices. They are produced in a dedicated gluten free factory and carry the licenced UK Crossed Grain symbol to show the gluten free certification. Both products come in a […]

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Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

Melbourne gluten free fish and chips

  For a coeliac, getting gluten free fish and chips is not a matter of “just going for fish & chips” like it is for normal people. For many it is a a planned exercise and we often travel miles to have it as it is such a rare treat.  Luckily there are more and […]

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We Love Cake Christmas range

We Love Cake Christmas range

British company  We Love Cake are supplying Australian supermarkets with some of their gluten free, wheat free and dairy free Christmas range. They are produced in a dedicated gluten free factory and carry the licenced UK Crossed Grain symbol to show the gluten free certification. Gluten free fruit mince pies I served the mince pies warm for […]

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Gluten free pasties around the UK

Gluten free pasties around the UK

What could be more English than a pastie?  As it is a pastry, you would think it would be quite hard to find gluten free pasties, but this list gives you fourteen different ways to find a gluten free pasty.  You will find them in Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and even up North! Scroll down for […]

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Brixham gluten free fish and chips

Brixham gluten free fish and chips

When we arrived in the lovely fishing village Brixham, on the south coast of Devon on a Saturday night, we walked down to the port and EVERYONE was sitting out eating their takeaway fish and chips.  OK, I might be exaggerating a bit, but there were queues out the door at the numerous fish and […]

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Gluten free crêpes – London

Gluten free crêpes – London

Gluten free crepes in London Crêpes, particularly banana and nutella ones, are top of my list of foods I miss as a Coeliac.  It is pure torture for me to walk past a crêpe stand (and every time it happens it makes me go home and make crêpes and eat them for days to make […]

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