Wheat free sourdough

I’ve had a couple of people wanting my sourdough recipe lately, so figured linking them to it would be much easier than searching messages for instructions or rewriting it each time I’m asked. Which may be never again, but if it’s not, I’m covered. Making your own bread means you can avoid all the crap … Continue reading


So easy you can’t go wrong. I don’t think. All you need is oat flour (whizz oats in the food processor or blender till as fine as it’ll get), water kefir, dried fruit and spices, and a dash of molasses for hot cross buns.  

Easy spiced muffins: wheat free, can be dairy free, can be gluten free, nut free, sugar free

Muffins are very handy things to have on hand, but it’s taken me a while to find a recipe that’s quick, easy, relatively crap free, and we all like. I ended up adapting one, and here it is. (It’s super forgiving, so feel free to mix it up, yo.) Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 can drained … Continue reading

Oaty snacks: dairy free, wheat free, sugar free, nut free, can be egg free

Two things inspired the creation of this recipe: first, Lord B is now staying at Montessori for 1 lunch a week, which will go up to two next term and end up 5 by the time he’s five – there is a strict no nut policy, which makes things awkward since he doesn’t do dairy … Continue reading

Fermented oat cake

Yeah, you’re drooling right now, aren’t you? I knew that title would make you demand a piece on your plate right now. The recipe is here. I actually didn’t change stuff this time! Ok that’s not totally true; I used coconut cream and water instead of coconut milk, and less sweetener. Much less. And I … Continue reading

Chocolate muffins that are not cake

  So I made a chocolate version of my muffins that are not cake. 2 cups oats food processed till floury 1.5 tsp aluminium free baking soda 3/4 cup coconut cream 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/2 tsp salt handful sultanas sprinkling flaxseeds and chia seeds 2 tbsp cocoa I think that’s all I put in. … Continue reading