• Pumpkin Mac & Cheese
  • Cafe Henkel
  • Melinda’s Gluten Free Goodies – Lower Carb Range
  • Can we eat there: Witches in Britches?
  • Hot Jam Donuts
Pumpkin Mac and Cheese

Pumpkin Mac & Cheese

This recipe is a twist on a classic mac and cheese with hidden veg.  While putting together a ricotta and pumpkin pie a few years ago, I ended up with this recipe instead. The boiled pumpkin mixed with the soft cheese had similar flavours to mac and cheese. Albeit missing that overpowering artificial cheese flavour. So this time, rather than keeping the mixture chunky I decided to puree it in…

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Cafe Henkel

There is a new 100% gluten free cafe on the scene and it is causing a stir within the community. Cafe Henkel has only been open for around two weeks and already I have seen many of you visiting. Located at 102 Henkel Street, Brunswick the cafe is nestled away but serves up some beautiful food. I am really excited because it’s only a 15 minute drive from my work, I’m…

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Can we eat there: Witches in Britches?

Back in March for my birthday, Brody decided to surprise me with a dinner at the Witches in Britches cabaret restaurant in Melbourne. What a perfect opportunity I had to put together another Can We Eat There, for one of Melbourne’s well-known tourist attractions. Although I had been previously and was catered for safely then, it had been a few years, but I trusted Brody had asked all the right…

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Gluten Free Hot Jam Donuts

Hot Jam Donuts

When my mum was pregnant with me, she craved cinnamon donuts. After we were both diagnosed, every time we walked by a bakery, we’d just stop to smell the fresh donuts. It was probably 12 years before I got to taste a cinnamon donut. I am going to say it was my first because even if I’d had one before diagnosis, I don’t remember it. Six years ago I was lucky…

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Gluten Free Girl Guide Biscuits

This review has been a long time coming. As soon as Girl Guides Australia announced the release, I wanted to get this review done. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a place to buy them locally and finally, after months I decided I’d get them shipped. If you haven’t figured out what I’m talking about, it’s the Gluten Free Girl Guide Biscuits. Not only is this exciting because we are able to…

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Schar Gluten Free Products

Brand Overview – Schar

Without fail every time I go to the gluten free expo I have to stop off at the Schar stall. Branded as Europe’s Number 1 Gluten free company, they thankfully meet Australia’s strict standards as well. Thankfully I don’t have to wait till October to view their delicious range, some items can be found in Coles locations but for everything else, there is gluten free online shopping. My favourite store…

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Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant Coeliac Society Accredited

Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant – Coeliac Society Accredited

During Coeliac Awareness week, it was announced that Mediterraneo Charcoal Restaurant was Victoria’s first Coeliac Society Accredited restaurant. Naturally, I couldn’t wait to book us a table for date night and this is definitely a restaurant you need a booking for. Situated at 116 Bridport street in Albert Park, all their entrees and mains are gluten free with gluten free bread available on request. Our Saturday dinner booking was set…

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AGFL: The Box – April

As always, we end our month with the fabulous gluten free subscription box from AGFL. If you want to know more about the gluten free box, head over to my AGFL page or the Australian gluten free life website. This month’s products are a mismatch of drinks, quick lunches and personal care, and I couldn’t be more excited to show them off. Qi Organic Tea We have received a few…

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Gluten Free Finds April

Gluten Free Finds – April

This month quite a gluten free products have caught my eye, from new bread rolls,  some old favourite frozen items and unexpected gluten free by ingredient chocolates. Before we start on the finds for this month I thought I’d quickly mention the greatest new gluten free find for Melbourne residents. I am, of course, talking about the newly accredited Mediterraneo restaurant in Albert Park. I had the chance to dine…

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