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

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 dessert and the non gluten free people also really enjoyed these and wouldn’t have realised they were gluten free.  The balance of the pastry and mince was just right and the sprinkling of sugar on top was lovely.

It was a bit difficult to get them of the foil pattie when hot, so I would suggest snipping it off to avoid damaging the pie. These are also certified by the UK Vegan Society.

Comes in a pack of 4.

 

Gluten free iced fruit cake slices

The gluten free Christmas cake comes in two sizes – a full slice size and bite size minis.

Again, everyone found the cake delicious. The cake was moist and held together once bitten into. The spices are very subtle and I’m sure kids wouldn’t even notice it.  The icing was superb and made the cake very more-ish!

 

Comes in a pack of 6 mini bites or pack of 4 standard slices.

 

I was sent samples for the range and enjoyed all the products and would definitely buy them, particularly as I have found other gluten free Christmas cake a little dry.  I think it is a great endorsement that the non coeliacs wouldn’t have known that any of the products were gluten free, so you can serve them up confidently for a Christmas function for all to enjoy!

 

www.we-love-cake.co.uk


Disclosure: Complimentary samples were sent to me to review and in no way influenced my comments.

 

 

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About the Author: Caroline was diagnosed with Coeliac disease in 2006 and likes to share her gluten free finds around the UK, Australia and the rest of the world! See more on her in the 'About' page. .

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