What an amazing day at the Allergy Show at Kensington Olympia. So many old classics and brand new products on the gluten free scene. Unable to make it? I’ve put together this guide of all the things I purchased and a … Continue reading
1 Pain au Chocolat- Genius I always come back time and time again to these cheeky little pastries. Much better than the croissants- they’re the perfect Sunday morning breakfast with fresh strawberries and a flat white. geniusglutenfree.com 2 Sunday Lunch … Continue reading
1 The White Rabbit Pizza Company A new face to the Free From world, the White Rabbit Pizza Co. added some splendid frozen pizzas to the day. Soft, tasty and good textures, they bases were gorgeous and complimented beautifully by some … Continue reading
This was my first Allergy and Free From Show….even though I now live in London, this was something I could not miss. My Sister, Mam and I all hopped on the train from both directions of the UK and travelled … Continue reading
1 The new Zucca GF Pizza in Zizzi’s We went to Zizzi’s as a treat for a hard days work moving in to our new room. I ordered this amazing pizza. Butternut squash: incredible. Goats cheese: delicious. Pesto base: to … Continue reading
So my Mam found two of these sad little boxes in the Asda reduced section, so we decided to re-home them. I often find myself craving a bagel, and spend an equal amount of time wondering how they’re are made. … Continue reading
If you don’t have a beard or an ill fitting t-shirt then you’ll stand out a mile at Crate. An old rundown building with up-cycled furniture by the canal…it was like stepping into Pinterest! However, this the type of place … Continue reading
So, Ive heard about this restaurant from Twitter, Instagram and some blog reviews, and was super excited to try it! “I loved this pizza! It was perfection” , that was a review from Its Got To Be Gluten Free, check … Continue reading
Hello sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I am terribly forgetful. Anyway I’ve started to eat Asdas own free from range pizzas! They are… Well very nice but its a bit of trial and error getting them to cook … Continue reading
I still find it weird that they are a square. I never experienced square gluten wraps, ever, so I’m not sure why they are such a shape. It doesn’t matter, it doesn’t effect the taste or texture, but I still find it strange.
They are a soft and have a good texture and our soooo handy! I’ve tried wraps before that snap in half when you try and fold them and taste like cardboard!
I’ve tried them in many ways…
Firstly, I made a pizza, spreading tomato purée and layering with cheese, veggies and garlic chicken. Taste great baked in the oven, and retains a good texture.
The I made fajitas with my boyfriend and housemate. I warmed one up in the oven before serving, it again tasted great.
Then I tried he ultimate test for gluten free breaded products, I tried it cold, straight from the packet as a delicious ham and salad wrap. Again, the wrap stood up to the test and tasted great!
However the only issue I have is that they are so expensive! It’s around £3 for three wraps in my local Tesco and Sainsbury’s. That’s scandalous! I think the BFree wraps are available at around £2.80 for six.
However they are well worth it for a treat!