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Please scroll down this blog for all information living a wheat free life!


A great alternative to a sandwhich! Shiitake mushroom soup! So easy to make and only takes 2 minutes!

Boil a kettle of water, while boiling, chop some Siitake mushrooms, and put in a saucepan along with two vegetable stock cubes, black pepper, a little burnt sesame oil, a little soy sauce, a hand full of frozen pees, then add boiling water. Biol for one minute then add a wod of rice noodles for one more minute. While that's boiling cut up fresh spring onions and fresh chilli if you desire, then serve!

It's delicious!




Hello Free wheaties!

A corn Pasta dish dish I made last night, absolutely delicious! Who needs wheat!!!

Aubergine stuffed with Mozzarella & Cheddar cheese, in a home made tomato & garlic sauce with corn pasta! I also made garlic butter & coriander stuffed crispy Rye bread!



I have never felt better in life since I stopped eating wheat! It's so true, food is either your medicine or your poison! Not many people know how toxic wheat is since it was genetically modified GMO'D in the 70s because, so they thought, "world famine". It was modified into a strain that yielded ten fold the amount so all farmers had to have it or sink. We still are consuming that same toxic wheat today, yet you are told that it is good for your heart!!! If you research you will find truth in these words, and then ask yourself why we are not told? Most people would not even know, especially diabetics, that two slices of wholemeal bread is equivalent to six teaspoons of sugar on a glycemic index. Here I have a blog with all information about the dangers of wheat, all that it's in, and recipe's and pictures of alternatives.

And here is one of them! Scroll down blog to find all!


All you have to do is love yourself enough to care and bake it!



Hello Free Wheaties!


How is life with you? I must admit, there are plain sailing days, there are real hard days, and definitely some fantastic days too!  I can’t lie, it takes a lot of willpower to say no to wheat foods day in and day out, as you know there are so many, from bread to cakes to biscuits, to pies to the batter on fish and Chinese food, to wheat found in sauces and a hundred other places you never had dreamed of! So what can one do to keep a smile on ones face without feeling so hard done by.


If you have enough passion in you to want to be healthy, and to know what it feels like to be wheat free, “that kind of healthy”, then you must take that passion you have, and use it on inventing wonderful food alternatives, if you don’t, mark my words, you’ll give up. Be prepared to buy and consume food in a completely new and different way.  There are many alternatives to have instead of the toxic wheat of today. There are so many recipes on line, and there are so many alternatives than having a sandwich, all you have to do is to be bothered!


As you can see in this blog I am a vegetarian too, you can add any fish or meat to these recipes, better organic. You will also find all information on why wheat is so toxic, recipes and more, just scroll down this blog!


Vegetable pie and vegetable pasties.


 1 Large potato

1 Large onion

Half cup frozen pees

Half cup frozen sweet corn

Half a packet of fresh spinach

Any other veg you like

Sea salt & pepper

Garlic to taste

Curry powder “Madras”

1 vegetable stock cube

Sesame, coconut, or walnut oil to fry vegetables in.

Fry all veg, spinach add last and then add all spices, cover and leave to cool


Make the dough


3 Cups Plain non wheat flour (I get my flour from


Pinch of sea salt


1 Cup butter


Little water, enough to mix and make doughFor the pasties make little balls then roll them out in a circle, spoon filling in the center, paste water around the edges and form into pasty shapes.


With the pie, roll out a large amount of dough, spread veg all over, leaving the edges free to paste water to stick together ends. Then lift one end and start to roll, roll till you get to the end then press the edges of the pie together. And there you have a rollypolly pie!


The Sousop Fruit and its amazing health  benefits

Soursop  also called Graviola(Anona muricata Linn) This plant is found in tropical America, around Peru, Mexico, and Argentina. It has a unique shape, it's green in color and has white flesh and dark brown shiny seeds. There are soft thorns also on the skin. The soursop tree can reach a height of 9 meters.


This prickly green fruit happens to kill cancer up to 10,000 times more effectively than strong chemotherapy drugs, and without side effects or harming healthy cells. The fruit's extracts from Annona muricata tree selectively inhibit the growth of human breast cancer cells.

Soursop offers amazing nutrition for human health, in its fruits, leaves, and even the  trees. Soursop leaves in fact contain many benefits to herbal medicine materials, and can enhance immunity.

Soursop fiber is very good to help digestion and detoxification, while its vitamin C is an antioxidant that is very good for boosting the immune system and slow the aging process. Soursop fruit contains very little fat.



Soursop also contains phosphorus and calcium, respectively 27 and 14 mg per 100 g. Both minerals are important for the formation of bone mass that allows you to build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis.


Soursop excellence lies in the content of sodium (sodium) is low (14 mg per 100 g), but high in potassium (potash), which is 278 mg per 100 g. Comparison of high potassium and sodium is very good for preventing hypertension.




Hello Free Wheaties!


We are coming up to our 3rd Free Health Seminar on Thursday the 26th September  Casa ventura, sports and social club, Calle Arbizu  No 1, San Luis, Torreveja!


It’s been two months since the last seminar being the hot weather out here! Well, how have you been doing on your wheat free life style?


The past two months have not been all easy to say the least, but they have been creative.


I’ve had my ups and downs of not knowing what to cook, it’s a bit more difficult when you are vegetarian too! OO I missed out dairy free, wheat free vegetarians, you think you’ve got it bad! No, really on a serious note, I FEE FANTASTIC!!!


I’m cooking things I have not made before and becoming quite inventive.

It’s hard to describe what it feels like to take control of your health, what I can say is you feel amazing, like you almost forgot what it was to feel healthy!


Giving up wheat is the best thing I ever did. I do not suffer any more with tummy cramps, my digestive system is in perfect order, I have much more energy, I seemed to be tired all the time before, not anymore!


Since the last seminar I have lost 8 kilos and feel great! This has become a way of life for me now, and I love it, it just means to think in a different way and act upon those thoughts!! To cook in a different way, and to eat many different foods!


If you have any wheat free recipes, please send them in to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. !


A lovely Vegetable Paella I made!


So easy! Vegetable Paella


1 Packet of mixed veg

Coconut oil to fry with

Olive oil

Basmati rice for two

Sea salt & black pepper


Paella spice


Fry the veg in a little coconut oil (healthy way of frying) not too long, keep them crispy!

Add, salt, pepper & chili

Then add the cooked rice, some olive oil, and the paella spice.

Mix all together! My way of making a healthy paella, instead of cooking it all in olive oil. Olive oil is good for you, but not when heated up.


And desert? Why not treat yourselves to these amazing antioxidant fruits! They are delicious supper foods and sooooOOO good for you!!!

Looking forward to seeing you at the seminar!



 Hello Free Wheaties!

 If YOU have any wheat free recipes, please send them in to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. !

 There’s nothing more refreshing than ice cold water melon on a hot day, why not make it even better serving it with fresh mint!



I have shared this tip with you before, this is an important reminder!


Be bothered to soak all your fruits and veg in apple cider vinegar. This removes pesticides, fill your sink with water then add 1 cup of apple cider vinegar, leave for ten minutes, then rinse with water and drain. You will FEEL a lot better for it!


 I am soaking these amazing supper food berries full of antioxidants, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries; they were so delicious and sweet without any sugar! Also portabella mushrooms

Beautiful vine tomatoes! We blend these with fresh garlic, fresh chilli, and then add rock salt and pure virgin olive oil, so good on sesame seed ryvitas! 

Asparagus! I love it fried in a little butter and then I add a little rock salt, I always use rock salt or sea salt, these salts are good for you, they contain minerals your body needs! SooOOO crunchy and yummy!


So my wheat free lovelies, why not fill yourselves with these wonderful nutritional foods, get energized and FEEL GREAT, instead of feeling lethargic from eating wheat and the list goes on………

I have started shopping in Consume and I’m finding a much better variety of all types of fruit and veg!

Be back soon, enjoy your wheat free healthy lifestyle!



Hello Free Wheaties!


The sandwich the sandwich, what can I have instead of a sandwich? I’m asked this question a lot. So I’m going to show you some alternatives and they take about the same time to make.


For example, I love rice noodles, so quick and easy to make, and you can add many different things, just like you would in a sandwich.


You might have guessed by now that I'm a vegetarian, but you can always add meat or fish to any savoury dish, or sweet, if that’s your fancy!


I still find myself salivating at times for that toxic wheat. Although I always find saying NO to wheat leaves me feeling empowered, feeling healthy, and looking better too, the weight is still coming off!


I find it is so much better to feel a bit fed up, and not give in to eating wheat, rather than to feel unwell, tired all the time, stomach upset, irritable bowel, and the list goes on, these are just a few effects some people have eating wheat.


So here my free Wheaties is a little rice noodle dish I made instead of that sandwich, and guys, this is for you too! It’s easy, it’s delicious, and a healthier option to a toxic wheat sandwich!


Shitake Mushrooms, Bean Sprouts & Noodles


1 cup Shitake mushrooms or any of your choice


2 wads rice noodles


1 Onion


2 tbl spoons coconut oil


1 small packet bean sprouts


Handful of frozen peas


Rock salt & pepper


Chili flakes


Garlic powder


1 tbl spoon Sesame seed oil


3Vegetable stock cubes




Boil kettle, cut onion and fry in coconut oil,


Place noodles in saucepan and cover with boiling water and add the stock cubes to it.


Add all other ingredients to the onion, stir for a couple of minutes, then add all to the noodles stirring well.


This takes me approx. 4 minutes to make & serves 2 .



Hello free Wheaties,

Hope all is well with you and you’re enjoying the summer! I’m feeling wonderful how about you? I’m really enjoying eating lots of fruit and vegetables; when you cut out wheat, you feel hard done by at first, but you’re left with the feeling of wellness, the feeling of lightness, and the feeling of having a lot more energy. You soon tend to look back at wheat as the toxic poison it is. To me, giving up wheat was like giving up smoking, sometimes the urge of wanting a sandwich pops in my mind, yes, I salivate for a second, I consciously realise it’s harmful to me, and then that feeling goes and I can carry on my day feeling great, great in mind, because I was in control, great for my health, no toxins, and great that I can now tell you it’s possible, If I can do it, you can do it, it’s possible!


And now my free Wheaties, a few things I threw together, hope you enjoy!




Simply boil all vegetables together for 20 minutes, drain well, put in a dish, and add rock salt, pepper, and garlic.


Cook in hot oven till slightly burnt!


I love salads, I love to throw in all kind of things, this time it's grapes!



I found this on Raw For Beauty, very informative !


Why 80 Percent of People Worldwide Will Soon Stop Eating Wheat


July 21st, 2013


The future of wheat is certain, and it’s toxic. There are as many health risks associated with the consumption of wheat as there are nutritional benefits claimed by the wheat industry. Why is there such a strong emphasis on the development of wheat products all over the world when there are so many adverse and crippling effects such as neurological impairment, dementia, heart disease, cataracts, diabetes, arthritis and visceral fat accumulation, not to mention the full range of intolerances and bloating now experienced by millions of people?


Approximately 700 million tons of wheat are now cultivated worldwide making it the second most-produced grain after maize. It is grown on more land area than any other commercial crop and is considered a staple food for humans.


At some point in our history, this ancient grain was nutritious in some respects, however modern wheat really isn’t wheat at all. Once agribusiness took over to develop a higher-yielding crop, wheat became hybridized to such an extent that it has been completely transformed from it’s prehistorical genetic configuration. All nutrient content of modern wheat depreciated more than 30% in its natural unrefined state compared to its ancestral genetic line. The balance and ratio that mother nature created for wheat was also modified and human digestion and physiology could simply could not adapt quick enough to the changes.

The Nutritional Value of Wheat is Practically Non-Existent
In Its Current Form


So-called health experts in nutrition who continue to promote the health benefits of wheat are extremely uninformed about the nature of modern wheat and its evolution from growth to consumption. It is shocking how many professionals in public health still recommend wheat products without an assessment of their individual requirements, especially considering the amount of evidence regarding its lack of nutrition and health risks for proportionally large segments of the population.


The majority of wheat is processed into 60% extraction, bleached white flour. 60% extraction–the standard for most wheat products means that 40% of the original wheat grain is removed. So not only do we have an unhealthier, modified, and hybridized strain of wheat, we also remove and further degrade its nutritional value by processing it. Unfortunately, the 40% that gets removed includes the bran and the germ of the wheat grain–its most nutrient-rich parts. In the process of making 60% extraction flour, over half of the vitamin B1, B2, B3, E, folic acid, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, iron, and fiber are lost. Any processed foods with wheat are akin to poison for the body since they cause more health risks than benefits. The body does not recognize processed wheat as food. Nutrient absorption from processed wheat products is thus consequential with almost no nutritional value.


Some experts claim if you select 100% whole wheat products, the bran and the germ of the wheat will remain in your meals, and the health benefits will be impressive. This is again a falsity promoted by the wheat industry since even 100% whole wheat products are based on modern wheat strains created by irradiation of wheat seeds and embryos with chemicals, gamma rays, and high-dose X-rays to induce mutations. Whether you consume 10% or 100% of wheat is irrelevant since you’re still consuming a health damaging grain that will not benefit, advance or even maintain your health in any way.


Dr. Marcia Alvarez who specializes in nutritional programs for obese patients says that when it comes to nutrition, wheat may be considered as an evil grain. “Modern wheat grains could certainly be considered as the root of all evil in the world of nutrition since they cause so many documented health problems across so many populations in the world.” Dr. Alvarez asserted that wheat is now responsible for more intolerances than almost any other food in the world. “In my practice of over two decades, we have documented that for every ten people with digestive problems, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, arthritis and even heart disease, eight out of ten have a problem with wheat. Once we remove wheat from their diets, most of their symptoms disappear within three to six months,” she added. Dr. Alvarez estimates that between the coming influx of genetically modified (GM) strains of wheat and the current tendency of wheat elimination in societies, that a trend is emerging in the next 20 years that will likely see 80% of people cease their consumption of wheat from any form.

Genetic Modification 


The GM wheat currently being tested for approval for production in Canada is a new variety of hard red spring wheat which has been genetically engineered to be tolerant to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup. Monsanto Canada Inc. requested the approval of GE wheat from Health Canada in July 2002 and for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in December 2002.


In July 2009, the most hated company in the world Monsanto, announced new research into GM wheat and industry groups kicked their promotion of GM wheat into high gear. “Widespread farmer and consumer resistance defeated GM wheat in 2004 and this global rejection remains strong, as demonstrated by today’s statement,” said Lucy Sharratt, Coordinator of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.


There are now even claims by researchers in Australia have developed a form of salt-tolerant wheat that will allow farmers to grow crops in soil with high salinity. They created the new form of wheat by crossing a modern strain with an ancient species, and the researchers believe this new super-wheat will allow farmers to grow more food crops on land previously thought to be off limits to agriculture. Critics suggest that new strains will be foreign to current ecological systems and will be unsustainable without massive chemical intervention.


Industry claims that the introduction of GM wheat will lead to a reduction in herbicide use, a claim that has been made prior to the introduction of other herbicide tolerant (HT) crops such as Roundup Ready (RR) soybeans, canola and corn. These claims have been contradicted by US government statistics that show that GM HT crops such as RR crops use more pesticides than conventional crops. These state GM crops can receive as much as 30 percent more herbicide than non-GM crops. Not only do GM crops use more pesticides but they also force the farmer to purchase one single brand of herbicide, in this case Monsanto brand Roundup.


If introduced, GE wheat will enter farmers’ rotations along with the already HT canola and soybeans. This compounds the issue of superweeds as each crop sown would be HT, so any seed that fell from the crop before harvest would pose a threat of becoming an uncontrollable weed, or contained by using increasingly toxic herbicides. How can we believe that pesticide use will decrease with GE wheat?


These developments are also taking place in the United States which is the third largest wheat producer in the world. Fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, and growth regulators are all becoming more chemically potent and their frequency of application continues to increase every 5 years. American scientists are currently developing GM strains of wheat conferring resistance to fungal diseases. Wheat is becoming such a transmutated grain, that it someday may not even be called wheat.


Health Effects 


A powerful little chemical in wheat known as ‘wheat germ agglutinin’ (WGA) which is largely responsible for many of wheat’s pervasive, and difficult to diagnose, ill effects. Researchers are now discovering that WGA in modern wheat is very different from ancient strains. Not only does WGA throw a monkey wrench into our assumptions about the primary causes of wheat intolerance, but due to the fact that WGA is found in highest concentrations in “whole wheat,” including its supposedly superior sprouted form, it also pulls the rug out from under one of the health food industry’s favorite poster children.


Each grain of wheat contains about one microgram of Wheat Germ Agglutinin (WGA). Even in small quantities, WGA can have profoundly adverse effects. It may be pro-inflammatory, immunotoxic, cardiotoxic … and neurotoxic.


Below the radar of conventional serological testing for antibodies against the various gluten proteins and genetic testing for disease susceptibility, the WGA “lectin problem” remains almost entirely obscured. Lectins, though found in all grains, seeds, legumes, dairy and our beloved nightshades: the tomato and potato, are rarely discussed in connection with health or illness, even when their presence in our diet may greatly reduce both the quality and length of our lives. Yet health experts dismiss the links between disease and wheat despite all the evidence.


Dr William Davis has documented several hundred clinical studies on the adverse effects of wheat. These are studies that document the neurologic impairments unique to wheat, including cerebellar ataxia and dementia; heart disease; visceral fat accumulation and all its attendant health consequences; the process of glycation via amylopectin A of wheat that leads to cataracts, diabetes, and arthritis; among others. There are, in fact, a wealth of studies documenting the adverse, often crippling, effects of wheat consumption in humans.


The other claim is that wheat elimination ‘means missing out on a wealth of essential nutrients. Another falsity. Dr. Davis states that if you replace wheat with healthy foods like vegetables, nuts, healthy oils, meats, eggs, cheese, avocados, and olives, then there is no nutrient deficiency that develops with elimination of wheat. Dr Davis also states that people with celiac disease may require long-term supplementation due to extensive gastrointestinal damage caused by wheat.


People with celiac disease do indeed experience deficiencies of multiple vitamins and minerals after they eliminate all wheat and gluten from the diet. But this is not due to a diet lacking valuable nutrients, but from the incomplete healing of the gastrointestinal tract (such as the lining of the duodenum and proximal jejunum). In these people, the destructive effects of wheat are so overpowering that, unfortunately, some people never heal completely. These people do indeed require vitamin and mineral supplementation, as well as probiotics and pancreatic enzyme supplementation.


Due to the unique properties of amylopectin A, two slices of whole wheat bread increase blood sugar higher than many candy bars. High blood glucose leads to the process of glycation that, in turn, causes arthritis (cartilage glycation), cataracts (lens protein glycation), diabetes (glycotoxicity of pancreatic beta cells), hepatic de novo lipogenesis that increases triglycerides and, thereby, increases expression of atherogenic (heart disease-causing) small LDL particles, leading to heart attacks. Repetitive high blood sugars that develop from a grain-rich diet are, in my view, very destructive and lead to weight gain (specifically visceral fat), insulin resistance, leptin resistance (leading to obesity), and many of the health struggles that many now experience.


Wheat gliadin has been associated with cerebellar ataxia, peripheral neuropathy, gluten encephalopathy (dementia), behavioral outbursts in children with ADHD and autism, and paranoid delusions and auditory hallucinations in people with schizophrenia, severe and incapacitating effects for people suffering from these conditions.


According to statistics from the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, an average of one out of every 133 otherwise healthy people in the United States suffers from CD. However, an estimated 20-30 percent of the world’s population may carry the genetic susceptibility to celiac disease–and the way to avoid turning these genes ‘on’ is by avoiding gluten.


When you consider that undiagnosed CD is associated with a nearly four-fold increased risk of premature death, the seriousness of this food sensitivity becomes quite evident. The primary disease mechanism at play is chronic inflammation, and chronic inflammatory and degenerative conditions are endemic to grain-consuming populations.


Changes in genetic code and, thereby, antigenic profile, of the high-yield semi-dwarf wheat cultivars now on the market account for the marked increase in celiac potential nationwide. “Hybridization” techniques, including chemical mutagenesis to induce selective mutations, leads to development of unique strains that are not subject to animal or human safety testing–they are just brought to market and sold.


Author and preventive cardiologist William Davis, MD, wheat’s new biochemical code causes hormone disruption that is linked to diabetes and obesity. “It is not my contention that it is in everyone’s best interest to cut back on wheat; it is my belief that complete elimination is in everyone’s best health interests,” says Dr. Davis, “In my view, that’s how bad this thing called ‘wheat’ has become.”


Chemical mutagenesis using the toxic mutagen, sodium azide, of course, is the method used to generate BASF’s Clearfield herbicide-resistant wheat strain. These methods are being used on a wide scale to generate unique genetic strains that are, without question from the FDA or USDA, assumed to be safe for human consumption.


Wheat-Free Options


* Note that many of the wheat-free options still contain gluten.


1. Cereal Grains: Barley, millet, oats, rice, rye, sorghum, tef and wild rice are all in the same cereal grain family as is wheat. All flours ground from cereal grains may be used as a wheat substitute. Commonly available are barley, buckwheat, rice and rye flour. The less utilized flours may be purchased online or from natural food stores. Note: people with a gluten allergy must also avoid barley, oats and rye.


2. Non-Cereal Grains: Amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat are three grain-like seeds unrelated to cereal grains. (Despite its name, buckwheat is not a wheat-relative.) It is rare for anyone to develop a sensitivity to these non-cereal grains. Amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat are gluten-free and therefore not suitable for making leavened bread; however, they make excellent quick breads and cookies.


3. Nut Meal: Ground nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts or walnuts make the richest flour substitute for cookies and cakes. Because their fragile fatty acid content gives them a brief shelf life, it’s preferable to grind your own nuts in a food processor just prior to use. Nut meal requires a binding agent such as eggs. Because chestnuts are lower in fat than other nuts, chestnut flour has a longer shelf life. It is available online.


4. Bean Flour: Dried beans, such as navy, pinto and chickpeas may be milled and used, in combination with other flours, as a wheat alternative. Bean flour is, however, not always recommended. It tastes like beans and makes baked goods dense and hard to digest.


5. Other Flour Substitutes: Potato starch, arrowroot powder, and tapioca are thickening agents that substitute for wheat in sauces and gravy. In baked goods these starchy ingredients serve as a binding agent.


Due to the irresponsible high frequency hybridization, processing and inevitable genetic modification of modern wheat, there is only one solution for the health and wellness of future generations. Stop eating wheat and educate as many people as you can on the coming strains of this grain which will be much more deadly than they already are today.




Good day free Wheaties!


Today I give you a recipe I put together, it was really lovely, a great way to eat raw cabbage and carrots!


The more raw veg you eat the healthier you are!


Don’t forget to wash your fruit and veg in water and cider vinegar to get rid of any pesticides!




Half a cabbage


3 big carrots


Half cup sultanas


2 tablespoons mayonnaise “full fat” (never eat low fat, better to eat less!)


Quarter teaspoon curry powder


You can also added walnuts and red onion, even more delicious!


Wishing you a wonderful wheat free day!


Please feel free to leave a comment, and if you have a wheat free recipe, we would love to hear!




Hello my wheat free lovelies!


If you were at our last seminar you would know all the benefits about coconut oil!


If you were not, you might be interested to know that the saturated fat in coconut oil prevents it from easily oxidizing.


Oxidation renders even healthy oils, such as olive oil, unhealthy due to the creation of free radicals, which are carcinogenic.


Coconut oil can withstand high temperatures, making it a great oil for high-temperature stir-fries searing and frying. Coconut oil has so many health benefits, the main one being its effect on Alzheimer’s disease.


Researchers say the ketones found in coconut oil have slowed the progression of Alzheimer's disease in some people and may actually prevent it.


So, here’s to healthy frying, “did I just say that?” yes I did! Can you believe it! A great way to consume coconut oil!


Coconut oil is also amazing used on your skin hair and nails, the same coconut oil that you would use to cook with. Sometimes it is called coco butter, it also solidifies at room temperature and melts when warmer.


So my wheat free lovelies, have a treat, have some healthy home made chips!


And another amazing fact about coconut oil is when you fry with it, the house smells not of frying, but, rather of beautiful fresh coconuts!!!

A great site we buy our coconut oil and much more!



Hello my free wheaties,


Here is another tasty something you can have instead of that sandwich!




Serves 2


Two large potatoes


Half a Cabbage


Curry powder


Garam Masala


Garlic powder


Chilli flakes


Half a teaspoon cinnamon


Sea salt and pepper


Squirt of fresh lemon juice


3 tablespoons of Coconut oil

Peel and cut potatoes into chunks

Shred half a cabbage


Heat up coconut oil in pan


Add potatoes & stir now and then for a minute or two


Add all other ingredients except the cabbage and lemon juice and stir for another two minutes


Add the Cabbage and lemon juice, turn the heat down to simmer, stir and cover with lid until potatoes are soft






A beautiful wheat free day I wish to you all!


If you are finding it difficult knowing what to eat in restaurants, for instance you are not quite sure if there is wheat in what you are ordering, never be afraid to ASK!


This is your body, your health is involved and there should be no question of thinking you are putting others out! Say firmly “I do not eat wheat”. I say this because I know myself, I have eaten things in the past to be polite and make things easy for others.


Never, never would I eat just to be polite, and never would I eat to make things easy for others, never, not on your nelly, or my nelly, not anymore!


I see it as your body is your temple and it is up to you, and you alone to take the best care of it! Who else will?


Sometimes we forget what feeling well feels like, I speak with experience that in the past I have kept a smile on my face in public, when really I have not felt well at all, as I know many others have too, we pretend to ourselves and others that we are fine, when really we are suffering all different kinds of discomforts!


What I never knew before is that, WE ARE WHAT WE EAT!


Never has there been a truer statement than that! If we choose to eat healthily we feel healthy, and if we choose to eat junk food we feel like junk!


When you feel healthy you want to jump out of bed in the mornings.


When you feel healthy you move quicker.


When you feel healthy you wear a constant smile.


When you feel healthy the world is your oyster, and, feeling healthy I can assure you has nothing to do with age! There are women in Japan deep sea diving in their 70s and 80s holding their breaths for up to five minutes and have been doing that every day nearly all their lives! These women “think” differently to the majority, they do not label themselves too old for anything, such as the western world tend to.


I see true happiness is health, for without health you have nothing. For all the money or love for others is useless if you don’t have your health!


As an encouragement for all who are struggling giving up wheat, I have to say this, please be patient, use your will, because, by golly gosh you “will” feel fantastic after a few months. Time fly’s, why not fly wheat less and feel fantastic in no time at all!


You do not have to give up all goodies! There is, would you believe, plenty of lovely foods you can eat!


And here my lovelies are some more of my wheat free recipes!






Curried Lentils


One cup green lentils


One large onion


Boiling water


2 teaspoons Curry powder


4 cloves Garlic


1 teaspoon Garam masala


1 vegetable stock cube


Small jar of tomato fritter


Sea salt & pepper


Chilli flakes


Boil water and add to lentils and cook until they are soft. You might need to keep adding boiling water, don’t make them too dry.


Dice one large onion and fry in two tablespoons of coconut oil.


Crush garlic and add.


When onions have softened add the lentils and all other ingredients, and cook for another five minutes.




Wash rice really well to get rid of starch.


1 cup serves two people


Put rice in saucepan and cover with double the amount of cold water and a good pinch of sea salt.


Cover and bring to the boil.


When water is boiling turn the heat to the lowest and leave on with lid on for ten minutes.


Turn off after ten minutes and leave with lid on for another ten minutes.


It is now ready to serve.




Wash fresh spinach in water and apple cider vinegar, then rinse and drain well.


You need a big pot to cook it in, and yet it shrinks down a lot!


No need to add water just put the spinach in the pot and stir constantly, until spinach has softened. Add sea salt drain well and serve.






You can by plantain in most shops here, they look like green bananas! You need to leave them to ripen, I mean really ripen, wait till they are black and very soft and squidgy!


Peel plantain


Slice and cook in very hot coconut oil until both sides are golden brown. Blot off excess oil with kitchen paper towels, add a little sea salt and serve!





Scroll down this blog and see the recipe for CARROT CAKE!


Just replace the carrots, cinnamon and pecans, with half a cup of almond meal, half a cup of coconut meal, plus two teaspoons of almond essence, some fresh stoned cherries, and throw a few almonds on top!


Keep all the rest of ingredients in!


OOOOOoooooOOO So Good!




Good day Free Wheaties!


Here are two very simple and very delicious dishes I love!


Cauliflower Cheese




Cheese of your choice “organic is best if you can get it”


Sea salt & crushed black pepper


Boil Cauliflower for 5 minutes & drain


Put Cauliflower into an oven dish add salt & pepper to taste, and then place cheese on top.


Cook in hot oven until cheese looks crispy!


I find it delicious without any sauce and only cheese!



Beetroot and Red Onion Salad      

Fresh Beetroot


Red Onion


Sea salt & Black pepper


Balsamic vinegar




Cut beetroot and onion


Mix together with sea salt, crushed black pepper & Balsamic vinegar.


Mix them together and what have you got? Bibady bobady boo!


You have this! YUMMY!!!




More recipes tomorrow!



Hello everyone, how has your wheat free life been this past week?

I have been feeling great this week, you know, it is not only eating healthily, taking certain supplements and exercising that makes you feel great. It is also the “discipline” of taking these actions that has you in control of your life, your health, and in the end, ultimately, your happiness.


What I call “discipline” is really just changing the way you “think” about things. For instance, instead of feeling hard done by that you don’t eat that piece of cake, feel fantastic instead, and love yourself for saying no to that toxic poison! 


Make yourself exciting foods you can eat and enjoy! This is real self-love, you making the effort for yourself!


You see, you have to “love” living a healthy lifestyle or it simply won’t work.


It is always about choice, choice to carry on, choice to give up, a choice, and always your choice to make!


I mentioned earlier that I feel great this week, I’m full of energy; my skin is looking great, I have lost more weight, and above all, having control of my health feels very empowering!


Sometimes people say to me, “I’m not seeing or feeling any different yet, I have been doing the right things and yet I still don’t feel good, why is this?”


The reason for this is that everything takes time, for you, for me, everyone is different.


I went through a few weeks of not feeling so great, not losing any weight and feeling hard done by at times, but I never gave up and now I take the prize!


The trouble is many people give up after a very short time. If you have lived an unhealthy lifestyle for many years you surly cannot expect to take a few supplements or cut out wheat from your diet for a few weeks and feel amazing, it takes time, it takes want, and it takes love and dedication!


I have been on a wheat free and healthy lifestyle for over two months now, how I feel now to how I felt even a few weeks ago is amazing!


Love yourself and start to love life!


A wheat free life of course!


Tomorrow I shall be posting some more wheat free recipes, for now, I'll leave you with a great....................................

                                            HEALTH TIP!


Fill your sink up with water, add 0ne cup of apple cider vinegar.


Put all your fruit and vegetables in the sink too and leave them there for ten minutes.


Rinse with fresh water and drain.


This cleans your fruits and vegetables of pesticides, they will also stay crisp and fresh for longer in the fridge!




Hello free Wheaties,


I hope you are all feeling wonderful!


So sorry for not blogging the past few days, It has been a little busy here at the clinic but I have made some lovely dishes which I have taken pictures to show you!


Well, I did not lose any weight for a couple of weeks; this week however, I have lost another two kilos! I feel so energetic; I’m much faster at cycling now than ever!


There has been some up and short down moments not eating wheat for six weeks it has been now, and I must say I am really starting to enjoy it!


You feel less hungry, a lot less hungry on a wheat free lifestyle, I have found that I do not eat half the amount as I used to, I just don’t need to!


I am looking forward to seeing you at the seminar this Thursday, 27th of June at the casa Ventura in San Luis. I shall print some recipes for you!


Here are some lovely dishes I have made over the past few days.


Strawberry & Avocado Salad






Balsamic Vinegar


Crushed black pepper corns


Mix all together and enjoy!













Little coconut oil




Sea salt &  crushed Black Pepper


Chilly if you wish


Cut all vegetables very fine and stir fry in a little coconut oil, garlic, sea salt and crushed black pepper for one or two minutes, just to heat through, eat, "munch"them almost raw, and even better eaten with chopsticks!




Blend all fruits together! It’s so lovely!

Lovely to make any time, or even as a cocktail for guests, with or with out alcohol!





Here is my carrot cake, only this time I added fresh stoned cherries.


If you want the recipe, just scroll down to carrot cake and just add cherries.


You might also like to add a cream cheese topping; I find it great without!


20/ 06/ 2013


Hello my wheat free lovelies!



How’s life with you today? I hope well and wheat free!


It’s been strange that in the last two weeks I have roughly stayed the same in weight. I have not budged much at all, which disheartened me for a mo and only a mo. You see, I am a changed person since I changed my way of thinking!


Me, the person before, would have been very disappointed and probably would have given up! That is giving up on loosing weight cutting wheat out my life, and that might have lead me too to forget the toxic facts of wheat as well!  


I have my thoughts set on a goal, no matter what why when or how, I shall not eat wheat! Right now, my health is more important!


I might not have lost any weight these past two weeks but, and a big but! Not my big but, ha ha, I definitely look and feel slimmer,I shall not give in!


Would you?


Here is a lovely refreshing dish I made today!

Couscous with salad




Plain couscous


Garlic powder


Mixed herbs


Chili flakes


Sea salt & pepper


Mix all spices in the couscous then cover with boiling water, stir well, cover and leave for ten minutes while making the salad.




Two chopped tomatoes cut all salad very small


1 large Avocado


1 small red onion


Quarter of mixed salad packet, lettuce, carrots, red cabbage, all cut small


Dash of juice from a lemon


Sea salt


Mix well together, dress plate and enjoy!




Hello my lovely wheat free people!


How are you today? Have you any recipes for us? Are you finding living a wheat free life easy or difficult?


Please feel free to browse through and scroll down this blog for some great recipes and inspiration on living a wheat free life! Also please do post your comments on how living a wheat free life is working for you or not!


Here is a lovely Corn pasta dish!




1 Packet of




1 Jar of Tomato Frita or make your own sauce.


Garlic, Sea Salt and Pepper to taste, add other spices if you wish.


1 Packet Parmesan Cheese.


 Chopped fresh Coriander


 Salad of your choice!


Boil Pasta for recommended time.


Heat the sauce.


Drain pasta, place on plate, add sauce, and sprinkle some parmesan cheese on top then some chopped coriander. Have with a side salad of your choice!




Hello free Wheaties!


Although it did not look to great outside at 7.00am this morning, it was! It looked like it was going to rain but never quite made it. It was so fresh cycling this morning, very odd weather for this time of year in Spain! I really pushed myself and the reward was how great I’ve been feeling all day!


Here is a great recipe my grandma taught me many years ago, a spinach flan that needs no crust and cuts just like a cake!


Spinach Flan


5 large eggs


Grated mature cheddar cheese


6 sliced mushrooms


1 large packet fresh spinach


Sea salt and pepper to taste


1 large beef tomato sliced very thinly


A little coconut or walnut oil.


Tip/  You can add onions, peppers or any vegetable you wish!


Heat a little coconut oil in a pan, a pan that you can also put in an oven.


Add mushrooms and other vegetables if you so wish.


Stand over pan and add the fresh spinach, keep adding and stirring till the whole packet is used and wilted in the pan.


Beat 5 eggs, add salt and pepper and add to the pan, stir eggs in with the spinach and veg and turn off the heat after 1 minute.


Place on top the sliced beef tomatoes and then sprinkle flan with the grated cheese.


Place in a heated oven 200 for about 15 to 20 mins, stick a knife in the middle to see if it is dry. If it is not dry leave in for a bit longer.


Take the flan out the oven, leave to cool. It is best eaten at room temperature!


It cuts like a cake and is delicious!   You can keep it in the fridge and have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Great served with a lovely salad!


Hope you all had a wonderful wheat free day!



Hello my dearest wheat free friends!

It was a simply beautiful this Sunday, I know it sounds crazy but we were out at 7.00am this morning cycling, how beautiful it is at that time. The air is so fresh yet you feel the warmth of the glorious sun hugging your skin. The birds singing and the same bunch of birds come to greet us every morning where we stop at a cafe after our ride for a coffee; they enjoy the biscuits, the same bunch of birds greet us there  every day!  We even have a barking chat with the same bunch of guard dogs that we pass every morning, they bark at us and we bark back, a real conversation every morning with our new barking friends, I say friends because they do wag their tails while barking!

I thought instead of telling you day by day what I eat, I will write down some recipes I have tried out myself.

So here is what I made today and it was delicious! I shall add a picture of the cake tomorrow!

Hope you all enjoyed this wonderful Wheat free Sunday!X









eggs, beaten



fresh dates, finely chopped   I used medjool dates



carrot, grated



Sultanas  soaked in juice of an orange



Flour, half rice flour and half oat flour



baking powder



ground cinnamon



grated nutmeg



mixed spice




1 cup pecan nuts or walnuts

Preheat oven: 190°C, 375°F, Gas 5


Line a 16-18cm (6-7") spring form cake tin with baking parchment.



Cream the butter in a large mixing bowl gradually beat in the eggs, the mixture may curdle at this stage, but this will not spoil the cake.



Mix in the dates, carrots, sultanas and nuts, mix well.



Sift the flour, baking powder, spices and salt, then gently fold into the fruit mixture, making sure it is thoroughly mixed without losing the beaten in air.



Spoon the mixture into the cake tin and bake for 55-60 minutes. To check if cooked insert a skewer into the middle of the cake, it should come out clean.



Remove cake from tin and allow cooling on a wire rack.



Dear wheat free friends,

I must say there has been lots of feeling great, and lots of feeling hard done by moments too, in my new wheat free life.

I have not given in; in fact, I have found that it is when you find the strength to say no to wheat that that is the precise moment when you feel greatly empowered!

I too have found that the hard done by moments do not last very long when you can change the way you “think” about yourself.

In my book, The Gift if only you knew, I talk quite a lot about “thoughts” and how they alone can and will change your life!

I know love is the key to attaining all desires, if you truly love yourself, you would not harm yourself knowingly. I’m not talking about conceited love, no; it is a hard love and at the same time a caring love for oneself, enough to care about yourself that you then have the ability to love and take care of others. I really wish I knew about this kind of love a long time ago!

Back to wheat, to be honest, cutting out wheat will feel like a challenge at first. Remember all things are hard at first, once you are in the swing of things it gets easier, you become more powerful, and guess what? It becomes great fun searching and preparing for other alternatives! A new life, a new you!

Saying no to wheat must become a habit. It would make a great hobby for couples to share and spend some time together cooking wheat free recipes for candle lit suppers!

Believe it or not, cutting out wheat leaves you feeling so energized you might want to go out dancing after!

We have invested in a wonderful healthy mind, body, and spiritual wheat free lifestyle.

I say invest because there is nothing like investing in your health. Some may say they have neither the time nor money to invest, quite honestly, have you time, or can you afford to be ill?

We all have this great gift called willpower, when used one feels truly amazing!

I mention mind, body and spiritual experience, why?


When you have the ability to change the way you “think” about yourself, you have love, you have control, and you have power.


When you are consuming the correct nutrients, taking exercise, not forgetting mental exercise, our body muscles need a physical work out, and our minds need a mental work out too! Find delicious alternative healthy foods to feed your bodies, and why not find some juicy knowledge about things that interest you and feed your minds lavishly too!

Do you remember what it feels like to be pain free?

By loving yourself enough to take care of your mind and body, and spirit, not only will you remember good health, you shall also FEEL IN GOOD HEALTH!


When your mind and body are in great shape, you are more spiritually in balance and connected with yourself, the world, and the universe. You will have a sense of peace and clarity of all things on a much higher spiritual level.

I speak with my heart, for it is a wonderful thing to feel well. I hope to inspire you enough to at least try cutting out wheat from your life for three months and see how well you can feel too!

Wishing you, love, health, happiness and wealth!

Simone XXX



Hello, Wheat free peeps. SoOOO sorry my website has been down for a few days, a few technical problems that are hopefully sorted out now!

Please feel free to scroll down this blog to find recipes and my day to day wheat free living, also, my inspirational tips!

How have you all been doing? We would love to know!


Have you any wheat free recipes? Or can you tell us how you are coping?


Is living a wheat free life working for you or not? Let us know under comments, or send me your recipes and ideas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


So, I have realized something, after being wheat free for some time now, I have realized that I am hardly hungry any more.


When I used to have bread or cereal, I was always hungry not long after I finished eating. I really seem to have lost that ravishing appetite. I find also that I am losing the craving for wheat also, well, may be not when I smell that bread being baked cycling past three super markets every morning!


I know some of us will find this difficult at times, but always remember this; you can always change your thoughts and start to love living a wheat free life!


It is a great thing that you are not alone, we are all in this together, I shall be glad to support any one who is in need.


This is not a “diet” this is a life change and can be very enjoyable with the right kind of thinking!


Sometimes we need to remind ourselves why we are doing this? Err, to “feel healthy” remember what that feels like?


Let’s do this guys for three months and exchange how we are feeling, I never believe anything, I have to see for myself, do you?


Let’s make this our little club! Our wheat free lifestyle club, are you in? 


Here is a recipe I shall try out as soon as I have all the ingredients, I shall take photos and let you know how it turned out!


Spelt Bread


1 tablespoon dried yeast


2 tablespoons granulated sugar


Half teaspoon sea salt


2 cups spelt flour


1 tablespoon oil


2 eggs


1 teaspoon cider or wine vinegar


Warm water


Place yeast and sugar together in one corner of canister, add salt and flour


Pour oil, eggs, and vinegar in a measuring cup.


Gently fill cup with warm water to equal 1 cup + 2 tablespoons water.


Add to bread canister. (Be sure kneader is in canister).


Set controls to basic bread setting and Push start button.


You are free to diddle around for 2 hours and 15 minutes.


Note: if your bread machine requires liquid to be added first, combine all ingredience and mix well, then add to your bread canister.


You can also use your own manual bread making skills



And on the seventh day she, rested, no bike ride this morning, I just had a real good Sunday lay in and loved it!


How are you doing today? Let us know in a comment, and any wheat free recipes are welcome!

I bought some lovely ryvitas in Iceland, they have them in many flavours. I love the sesame seed one! 


Today was no problem for me, as it was yesterday. It was a beautiful day shared at very dear friends for lunch; I can’t remember laughing so much, my cheeks were sore!


Breakfast = Breakfast = A cup of apple tea with 1 teaspoon of honey & ginseng, a few shakes of cinnamon and some fresh ginger.


3 Ryvita’s  1with tuna, one with avocado, and one with cheese, all with tomato, and a little sea salt and pepper.


Lunch = Starter = cured tuna squares, goat cheese squares, bacarones “small fish”.


Mixed lovely salads and squid risotto.


Apple and coffee puree


Black coffee and two chocolates.


Dinner = A few brazil nuts, 2 medjool dates, melon, 1 ryvita with a little cheese.


Cup of fruit tea.


I drank lots of water throughout the day.






Wheat free day! Just!


Today was for the first time really difficult for me.


Suddenly I had this mad craving for bread and meat! I did not eat any wheat, but I did have a little duck.  


I have realized this, do not allow yourself to get very hungry, imagination runs wild!


I too have also realized how good it feels to be in control. We went to a wok bar early this evening and could only eat from the fresh section and a little rice on the cooked section, gosh; it is at times like this, you realize that nearly everything is made with flour!


 Breakfast = Breakfast = A cup of apple tea with 1 teaspoon of honey & ginseng, a few shakes of cinnamon and some fresh ginger.


2 Ryvita’s with tuna and a little mayo.


Lunch = A Banana


Late afternoon = A few strips of duck, lots of spring onion and cucumber with NO pancake!


A little rice, from the cooked section, and a lot of vegetables and a few prawns from the fresh section.


Lots of fresh fruit salad.


Evening = 1 small square of halva, a few brazil nuts, a banana and an apple tea!


I drank lots of water throughout the day and cycled at 7.00am for 45 mins!




Good evening free Wheaties!


It was a very busy and beautiful day today! Out this morning early on the bikes, very windy had to work twice as hard!  


Went to Torrevieja market and got all the goodies I mentioned yesterday.


Very busy in the clinic today and was wonderful to sit at the Nautilus for a drink after! I had a coffee Americano.


Breakfast = A cup of apple tea with 1 teaspoon of honey & ginseng, a few shakes of cinnamon and some fresh ginger.


Scrambled eggs, asparagus and baby green peppers.


Lunch = A Banana


Late afternoon = nothing


Dinner = I made a lovely prawn curry with rice, although I had mine with cottage cheese instead, chopped coriander sprinkled on top. Yes, I love coriander!


A couple of handfuls of mixed nuts, I have very small hands! and two medjool dates! So Yummy!




I drank lots of water throughout the day and cycled at 7.00am for 45 mins!


Hope you had a wonderful wheat free day!


If you have any questions, please feel free to ask under comments!


29, 05, 2013


Feeling so good today! It's been great  to conquer another wheat free day!


Why not join me, and see how great you feel! It feels fantastic to be in such control, very empowering!


May you all have a beautiful wheat free day!



Breakfast = A cup of apple tea with 1 teaspoon of honey & ginseng, a few shakes of cinnamon and some fresh ginger.

2 scrambled eggs with 3 big mushrooms and a tomato.


Lunch = Corn pasta twists, with a Neapolitan tomato sauce, a little parmesan cheese and chopped coriander & a Small salad. Yummy!


Late afternoon = Two Belgium chocolates!!! You’ve gota live it up at least once a day!


Dinner = Big tuna salad and a few chips!


Fruit = grapes and a pear.


I drank lots of water throughout the day and cycled at 7.00am for 45 mins!



28, 05, 2013


Breakfast = A cup of apple tea with 1 teaspoon of honey & ginseng, a few shakes of cinnamon and some fresh ginger.


1 boiled egg


Lunch = Russian salad =  potatoes, Tuna, boiled eggs, peas, sweet corn, carrots, olives black and green, salt pepper and a little full fat Hellmans mayonnaise.


Late afternoon = sshh! Coffee Americano and two Belgium dark chocolates!  


Dinner = Boiled cauliflower, then grilled with grated mature cheddar cheese.


Fruit = a pear, 


Drink =Apple tea.


I drank lots of water throughout the day and cycled at 7.00am for 45 mins!


DR Davis Williams


Is Wheat good for our hearts? Does Margarine lower cholesterol?


DR Davis Williams, a heart specialist, wondered why the same patients kept returning to his clinic on a regular basis for procedures that should have worked the first time.

He told his patients to cut out wheat from their diet for three months and found remarkable results.

DR Williams found that when his patients returned after three months, all had lost a great amount of weight especially around the belly.

He also found that patients who also suffered with problems such as diabetes, arthritis, psoriasis, eczema, fatigue syndrome, bowl problems, and many other illnesses returned saying that they no longer suffered with these disorders anymore!

Wheat is not the same as it used to be before the seventies. Wheat was genetically modified from a grain that stood about 4 foot tall, now it is a strain that is a dwarf grain and stands about 2 feet tall and yields 10 times the amount of wheat than the older grain. They cross breed wheat over and over till they came up with the wheat we have today. They did this in the seventies because of fear of world famine.

They did not realize is how toxic this wheat is to human consumption. Millions of years ago we were hunters and gatherers. We picked fruits, nuts, seeds and berries, as well as hunting fish and animals; we did not eat any grains.

Not many people know that two slices of brown bread raises blood sugar levels more than 6 teaspoons of sugar, and margarine is 1% away from being plastic, if you left margarine outside a fly would never even land on it.

I have started a wheat free lifestyle and have not consumed wheat for the past two weeks. I have lost three and a half kilos and I feel fantastic!

You might think, GOSH! How can I give up wheat? What about breakfast? What about the sandwich I have in the evening or at lunch? Bread, cake, biscuits, pizza, pasta, battered fish, pastries, pies, sauces, it seems to be in everything, and quite honestly, it is!

Now, where do you go from here? What can you actually eat?

There are lots of alternatives I shall tell you about. Try not to think of this as a diet, but as a new and very different way of eating, a change of the way you think about food and a change of lifestyle!

Why not have a go for three months yourselves on this big adventure and see how you feel after!

I have taken this up as a new hobby and believe it or not it’s quite fun! You can really enjoy searching, preparing, cooking, and eating in new ways; you’ll feel fantastic, full of vitality, healthy, twenty years younger and quite amazingly light and very energetic!

Gosh, did I just say all that? YES I DID! Because that’s how I feel!

One thing to mention, you might find an attack coming on of what can I have instead of wheat?

Don’t panic, I shall write a list of items and where you can buy them. If anyone reading this blog has any contributions they would be very welcome under comments!

Or you can leave a message through contact and I shall post it!

You can have rice, potato, corn pasta, quinoa, cuscus and I shall keep adding more as I get to know more.

Try to replace wheat with more vegetables, salads, fruits and nuts, more than the above!










Here are some recipes that I have found, but I shall also be posting my own simple recipes too!

Recipe for wheat free Bagels

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Bread Rolls

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Cheesy Flat Bread

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Wholesome Flax Bread

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Carrot Cake

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Breakfast Muffins

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!

Chewy Almond Cookies

Never use low fat spread or margarine. Replace with butter or another healthier option!




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