Christine’s Puddings

untitledIf you’re a regular reader of my blog you will know that I recently bought some more products from the amazing Christine of Christine’s Puddings when I saw her at the Coeliac UK Birmingham Group Food Fair.

I’d been meaning to write a review of her products after first trying them at the Bath Food Fair last year, but never got round to it, so I was determined to write one this time!

If you’ve not heard of Christine’s Puddings before, here’s a little bit more about the brand:

Christine’s Puddings was established in 2007 by Christine Willis. Being a Coeliac for nearly 40 years, I knew how hard it was to find good gluten-free proper puddings, so I decided to market the Christmas Pudding that I had been making for my family.

My range now includes several delicious gluten, wheat and dairy free products including great tasting pastry.

“My goal is to make interesting and tasty products that everyone can enjoy… and, by the way – everything is gluten-free!” Continue reading

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The Wheat Free Kitchen

logoAnother brand I was very excited to see at the recent Love Food Festival in Bristol was The Wheat Free Kitchen. I had no idea they were going to be there until I looked on the website the evening before and saw the list of stallholders. It would be fair to say that I got a little over excited! Not only was there going to be gluten free goodness, but a whole stall of it!

I hadn’t heard of The Wheat Free Kitchen before the festival, and if you haven’t either here’s some information about them taken from their website:

The Wheat Free Kitchen – tasty gluten and wheat free baking is what we do. We know there’s a lack of good quality, good tasting free from products out there. Apart from gluten free, you will also find in The Wheat Free Kitchen, dairy free and vegan based products.

The way we shop has changed, we all need products that are in balance with the way we live our lives – the food we eat should complement our lifestyle – and that’s what we’re here to help with, just because you can’t eat gluten shouldn’t mean that you have to miss out.

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