Regular Recipe also included
To have something a little different from the much loved apples we use this time of the year, I thought that a scone with some delicious pears and lovely warming spices would make a welcome change. This recipe has been made as a Gluten Free share but I’ve also added in a regular option for those who don’t have any dietary issues.
There is an amazing smell all around the kitchen when making these gingerbread shapes and they taste just so delicious with a hint of spices in each bite. Soft and chewy, they are perfect to decorate your favourite way.
I got about 12 good sized gingerbread from this recipe. My cutter is approximately 9cm x 8cm
Have you got your copy of Gluten Free Baking from the Heart? Published in November 2020, it has been selling successfully online due to Covid restrictions but now is appearing in your local book shop. Reviews and feedback have been amazing!
Let me take your hand and work through each recipe for perfect Gluten Free Bakes every time! Most of the ingredients I’ve used you can find in your supermarket so nothing strange or expensive here!
Makes a great gift too! Let’s Make it, Bake it, Love it!
I recently found brown bread flour from Doves Farm. I use their flours in most of my gluten free baking. The quality is always excellent.
To make gluten free brown bread, it requires a mix of a few different flour types with lots of trials so to find one that’s been created, tested and is successful is such a joy! It’s great they have taken all the hard work out of trial and error with different flour blends and found the perfect combination!
You can find the complete Freee range from Dove’s Farm here: https://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/
The first time I made this recipe, I followed it to the letter and it resulted in a totally delicious and authentic brown bread. Such happiness ensued I can’t tell you! After that, I started to add my own twists and each loaf has been perfect.