All posts filed under: gluten free

Weekly Photo Challenge: Cherry On Top – London Edition

“This week, share a photo of a detail that makes a good thing even better.” The Cherry on Top: It’s Wheat Free/No Gluten, so no belly aches after ­čÖé┬á Location: 7 Dials, London, UK To participate in this Photo Challenge, click┬áhere Advertisements

Treat

In response to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: “Treat.” Treats and indulgences can take many forms. Share yours with us! Location: Wagamama┬áat Limassol Marina – Cyprus Lunch treat courtesy of my bro. This is a┬áNew dish on the menu called┬áSurendra’s Curry with Perch fillet & it’s Gluten Free: “a rich, spicy green curry made with jalape├▒o peppers, onion and ginger. topped with sweet potato straws and served with steamed rice. garnished with mixed sesame seeds”

Delicious & Healthy Chocolate Orange Cake Recipe

  Hi guys, Happy weekend & Happy Easter to those celebrating Easter this weekend. Today I am sharing with you a pretty yummy yet healthy Chocolate Orange cake recipe that I really love. You won’t feel guilty eating this because this cake is quiet good for you ­čÖé I love baking Birthday cakes for my family, so last August I asked my brother what type of Cake he wanted me to make for his birthday, and he said a healthy one. I asked him what ingredients he wanted, he said fruit so then I went online and did some research and found this delicious and simple recipe and then got his go ahead approval to make it. Ingredients – For the Cake Base: 2 oranges 270g almonds 4 room temperature eggs 3/4 cup honey 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt Ingredients – For the Cake Topping: 1 milk chocolate 1 dark chocolate some more almonds Step 1: Cook 2 Oranges for 1.5 hours or until they are done Step 2: Place whole cooked oranges …

Travel Journal: Spectacular Gluten Free Tiramisu in Rome

New Day, New Dessert After ordering a gluten free pizza for breakfast, I noticed 2 beautifully freshed prepared tiramisus in the dispaly window and I ordered a slice before my breakfast pizza arrived. It was so good! The tiramisu had a light and fluffy texture and it was absolutely delicious! I’ve had tiramisu in a few different countries, but there’s nothing like enjoying an Italian dessert in the country of its origin. If you get a chance, you have to try freshly made tiramisu in Italy, it’s the best! ­čÖé Restaurant: Mama! Eat (Men├╣ per Celiaci) Address: Via di San Cosimato, 7/9, 00153 Roma, Italy Phone:+39 06 580 6222 If you happen to be in Naples, then you might want to check out their restaurant at this location: Restaurant: Mama! Eat (Men├╣ per Celiaci) Address: Via Alessandro Manzoni, 6, 80123 Napoli, Italy Phone:+39 081 714 8696

Eat at: Herb Box Market at Southbridge – Scottsdale, Arizona

Right next to the Herb Box Restaurant at the beautiful Scottsdale Waterfront location is The Herb Box Market. This pretty little place has all sorts of goodies, from interesting snacks, to salads, divine desserts and awesome drink options. When I lived in Scottsdale, I usually came here for their Gluten Free cakes which are absolutely out of this world delicious! They have a Gluten Free cake of the day every day and a Happy Hour on cakes after 4pm. If you have Gluten issues and you are in the area, this place is most definitely worth a visit. Address: The Herb Box Market, 7134 E. Stetson Drive, Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Telephone: (480) 289-6161 Hours Mon: 8:30a to 6p Tue: 8:30a to 6p Wed: 8:30a to 6p Thu: 8:30a to 9p Fri: 8:30a to 9p Sat: 9:00a to 9p Sun: 9a to 4p

First Day in Rome: A Trastevere Post

After our Airbnb host introduction┬áit was close to 4pm and we only had food on our minds. We decided┬áto┬áhave our late lunch at┬áMama! Eat┬ásince it was nearby. This was one of the Gluten Free restaurants in Rome that I really wanted to try out. I didn’t realize just how close it was from our apartment until we tested out the route. From our apartment, we headed toward Piazza di Santa Maria. At the end of our street we made a Left turn and the famous Piazza was in front of us.┬áThe fountain in the center of the piazza was to our right as we approached it,┬áand after we passed the fountain while still remaining inside the Piazza, we took Via di San Cosimato which is the road the restaurant is located on. Mama Eat is located at the very beginning of that street so the walk was very short, a total of about 5 minutes from our apartment. The restaurant wasn’t very busy during this time of the afternoon. Only a couple of tables were …