This dairy and gluten free tiramisu will change your life. At the very least, your dessert life. Because after years of not being able to eat the perfection that is tiramisu, this is changing – right here, right now. Easy to make, rich and delicious, this just may be your new favourite dessert.
But not just any old tiramisu – oh no, my dear friends. We’re talking tiramisu that you can eat even if you have a gluten or dairy intolerance. Tiramisu that doesn’t deprive you of any of the taste, texture or coffee-filled decadence – despite containing no gluten and no dairy.
Perfect for dunking into a cup of coffee, or for making gluten free tiramisu, these gluten free ladyfingers are the cookie to have in your repertoire. Easy to make and equal (or even better) in all respects to the store-bought version, these gluten free sponge fingers will blow you away with their simplicity, taste and texture!
Have you ever wondered how to make gluten free ladyfingers? You know, those long sponge-like cookies you use to make the dessert of all desserts: tiramisu.
No? You haven’t?
Well, think again, because nobody should be deprived from the joy that is tiramisu, especially not because of something pesky like a food intolerance or allergy. And the first step to the most heavenly gluten free tiramisu? The perfect gluten free ladyfingers.
These gluten free brownies have it all: the fudgy, gooey centre, the intense chocolate flavour and the most perfect shiny, crackly top. This easy fail-proof recipe only takes half an hour from start to finish, making these gluten free brownies the perfect mid-week (or midnight) treat.
If you had to choose only one dessert to eat for the rest of your life – what would you pick?
This creamy avocado pesto requires just 4 ingredients (two of which are salt and pepper!) and only 5 minutes to make. In combination with homemade gluten free pasta, it makes the perfect filling, nourishing, quick mid-week meal. (It’s also perfect in wraps, as a dip, on toast… or on a spoon.)
Last week we talked about gluten free pasta. We were all excited because it’s easy and quick to make, and all sorts of things have suddenly become possible. Gluten free ravioli? Gluten free lasagna? It’s all at our fingertips, and I’m already brainstorming away. If I could, I’d live in the kitchen, making pasta all day long.