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I shared my Ombar #dairyfree #nutfree #soyafree chocolate

30Nov

Ombar dairy, gluten, wheat, soya and nut free chocolate

I’ve talked about this before. Sharing. I’m not good at it. Not when it comes to my special #freefrom carefully sought and expensively bought wares. Especially not when it comes to chocolate because the chocolate I eat has to be … Continue reading

  

How to make soya, dairy, wheat/gluten and nut free chocolate

21Nov

Homemade #dairyfree #soyafree #nutfree #glutenfree chocolate from ChocChick

So what do you do when you get some time to relax? For the consumate blogger it’s a chance to catch up on some blog planning and get baking in the kitchen. This afternoon I made chocolate for the first … Continue reading

  

FreeFrom Food Awards shortlist is out… my highlights may differ

17Feb

Really scrummy, nicely seasons fish cakes

Earlier this year it was that time of year when I get on my FreeFrom Food Awards disguise and hot footed it to Foods Matter Towers for some very secret food tasting. Before I get started you will be delighted … Continue reading

  

Happy Easter – alternative treat to easter eggs

20Apr

Totally freefrom Easter egg treat with raspberries and Nairns oat cakes

Happy Easter to you all from What Allergy? There are lots of companies making freefrom dairy and nut free Easter eggs out there including Kinnerton, Plamin, D&D and Celtic chocolates but for those of you who failed to get hold … Continue reading

  

To wish you a Merry Christmas – Gluten Free, low Lactose, chestnut and chocolate Yule log!

24Dec

yulelog

Buche de Noel – or chocolate log, this is the last treat recipe of the holidays – yule log, chocolate & chestnut flavour. It uses chestnut spread a really tasty alternative to cream. The sponge is a fat-free one – … Continue reading

  

Can you buy nut and dairy free cocoa powder?

29Jul

Plamil chocolate drops nut and dairy free

Cocoa powder is just that, cocoa powder isn’t it? Well maybe not. It nearly always contains sugar; finding one without sugar is impossible. They also probably contain skimmed milk powder if sold as a hot chocolate powder drink and on … Continue reading

  

Top 5 totally freefrom snack bars and treats

25Jul

Totally freefrom Frank Bars

There are loads of cereal and snack bars out there but they nearly all contain one allergen or another. Most of the healthier ones contain nuts or nut warnings. The gluten and nut free ones are rarely free from dairy … Continue reading

  

The Allergy Show – my top four funnys

13Jun

Allergy Show 2013 goodies

Since returning from the Allergy Show life has been hectic with work and preparing for a talk at my local library about Food allergies and intolerances (10.30 – 11.30am on Thursday 13th June at Wendover library – more on that … Continue reading

  

Happy Easter

6Apr

Well it’s Easter weekend and time for eating chocolate! But no not me! I may nibble a bit of the children’s Easter eggs but I’ve told my husband that on no account must he buy me an egg! I’ve now … Continue reading

  

What are you putting in your mouth this Christmas?

8Dec

We’ve all heard the saying “a moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips” haven’t we? So why not take heed this Christmas and burn off those calories as quick as we pile them on? It really is easy to … Continue reading

  

For Your Heart’s Sake – Eat Chocolate!

31Oct

Now that’s what I call a health headline!  Usually we are urged to give up what we love and eat things we may loathe, but let’s have a cheer for some Swedish researchers who have contributed the latest glad tidings. … Continue reading

  

Chocolate may exacerbate acne

14Apr

At the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, a group of researchers found that the consumption of pure chocolate made of 100% cocoa can exacerbate facial acne vulgaris within days in people who are acne prone. The study was … Continue reading