#Grain Free Recipes

Just a quick reminder for you this morning to make sure you check out the Pinterest boards for TrulyGlutenFree and Barrier Plan suitable recipes. I am busy posting on there for you and can’t actually see many of your names following – lots of other people but not you who, I assume, are the ones needing them most!

There are now 6 boards and I have posted 134 recipes and articles for you already. This morning, these have gone on, for example:

PineNut Coconut Cheesecake

Coconut Flour Pancakes

Kale and Avocado Pesto

Paleo Cauliflower Mash

and Cashew Gravy

Don’t miss out on all these lovely ideas – they will help you 🙂


10 thoughts on “#Grain Free Recipes

  1. I’m following you Micki and loving your recipes too! Fabulous site, just what was needed.
    Shall check out your newbies now which look delicious.

    • Ah, thanks Chrissie. I think it’s a fab resource too, which is why I wanted to get more followers. Pinterest is a new concept so I think many people are not aware of it yet maybe.

  2. I’ve signed up to Pinterest following you starting this Micki & it’s a fantastic resource – you are posting some great new ideas and sources of grain & dairy free recipes. I’m using it to store other useful nutritional resources too and other useful and inspirational info. I tried the coconut flour crepes for Sunday breakfast & they were the best Tgf ones I have made so far – 10/10 from the rest of the family too! I’d encourage everyone to sign up & make Micki your first ‘Pin’ to follow :)!

    • Ah, thank you for that vote of confidence, Clare, and glad they are hitting the mark. I have found Pinterest a really useful way to keep everything I want to find again. I try the various recipes and then print off the ones I am using regularly and have made myself a nice folder (stationery junkie…) with plastic inserts so I can use them in the kitchen. I’ve even got one (non public) folder where I am collecting the kitchen things I covet. Very sad 😉

  3. I’ve spent a lot of time today looking at Pinterest and have realised I’m not using it to its full potential! Typical! I have loads of suitable recipes stacked everywhere, so a fabulous opportunity to get myself organised. Your folder idea for use in the kitchen is a really good one Micki – I shall be copying it. Currently a lot of recipes are kept on my ipad which isn’t the ideal tool in a kitchen. Flour, sticky hands and iPads are not a match made in heaven.

    • Ooh, no, not really. I would drop honey and all sorts on it knowing me.

      • Ha ha – like the simplicity of printing things off!! I have three (food stained) notebooks on the go & a post-it pad! And have now mastered the art of searching my Pinterest files on my iPad while cooking by using just my little finger! Lol!

  4. Get you lot with yer technology! I am in the wrong job, clearly. I am wrestling with whether I should pay for an upgrade to my mobile..

  5. The Pinterest board for TGF link has stopped working. It used to open for me and does not open anymore now. Do you know why?

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