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Savoury thin buckwheat pancakes from Brittany and Normandy.
Who prefers light desserts to heavy puddings? I do; particularly during the festive holiday season when the odd additional course creeps in to ambitious holiday menus.
A quick and easy light gluten-free Clafoutis baked custard dessert, with a blueberry and lemon twist to the French classic that's great for dessert, teatime or breakfast.
Strawberry Pistachio Clafoutis, a delicious twist to the classic cherry baked custard French recipe using fresh strawberries and ground pistachios (or almonds) to soak up the juices.
A French celebratory, gluten free moist chocolate and almond cake, made extra special with a hint of Grand Marnier and topped with a festive glaze.
Cracked chocolate macarons? Make these easy Black Forest creams with Kirsch-soaked macaron shells topped with roasted cherries and Kirsch Chantilly cream.
A deliciously fondant dark, bittersweet fudgy chocolate cake with candied ginger for that extra kick - a French classic which can easily be turned into a gluten-free dessert by replacing the spoonful of flour with almond flour.
An easy no-bake French dessert, similar to an Italian Panna Cotta, made with fruit purée and less cream.
Macaron Berry Sherry Trifle - a traditional British party dessert, replacing classic trifle sponges or lady fingers with gluten free Parisian macaron shells.
A light, moist lemon cake made with ground almonds and soaked in tart lemon syrup that just happens to be gluten free.
French summery gluten free dessert with figs, almonds and raspberries.
Light cheese waffles for breakfast, perfect with rosemary and honey, made with either Tapioca or rice flour.
Gluten free chocolate pistachio brownies, an easy recipe using rice flour inspired by Chambelland gluten free bakery in Paris.
An easy French Clafoutis classic family dessert - Baked cherry custard, a speciality from the Limousin region with added almonds.
An easy French dessert using fresh seasonal fruit (or frozen if out of season for your Valentine).
An easy yet elegant dessert that just happens to be healthy and also gluten free.