Every now and then, a really special allergy friendly cookbook grabs my attention and this lovely new book by Ruth Meaney from Pea Fritters and Simone Emery from Play With Food has certainly done that. They've kindly shared a recipe with us today from their new book Allergy Friendly Afternoon Tea.
If you're like me and needed a copy now, you can purchase yours today here!
Now, onto these yummy muffins!!
These delicious Blueberry Muffins are not only easy to make but also free from the top 8 allergens. They only take 40 minutes including bake time, making it a lovely activity to do with the kids in the afternoon. Everyone loves a delicious Blueberry Muffin for afternoon tea!
Gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, egg free, soy free, nut free
1½ cups Bob's Red Mill's 1-1 gluten free flour
½ cup demerara sugar
¼ cup vanilla coconut yoghurt
6 Tbsp aquafaba (learn more about aquafaba here)
½ cup oil
½ cup drinking coconut milk or other dairy free milk
½ tsp vanilla essence
1 Tbsp baking powder
1 cup blueberries (frozen or fresh)
Zest of ⅓ of a lemon
Recipe From happytummies.com.au - Copyright 2017 Allergy Free Afternoon Tea, Ruth Meaney - Pea Fritters, Simone Emery - Play With Food & Happy Tummies
Enjoy! Ruth, Simone & Lisa x
About Ruth Meaney from Pea Fritters
Ruth is co-author of Allergy Free Afternoon Tea and author of the blog Pea Fritters. She is a mother to two gorgeous kids who both have allergies and intolerances. Learning to cook safe food for her family has been a steep learning curve but now Ruth loves the challenge of inventing and modifying recipes to feed her family. In 2016, Ruth hosted a fundraising High Tea For Hamlin which was totally free from the top 8 allergens. The event raised over $1500 for Hamlin Fistula Hospital. Another High Tea is planned for later in 2017. When not in the kitchen cooking up a storm, you can find Ruth playing with her kids in the beautiful Blue Mountains. Her two biggest wishes are to swim with whale sharks and to have a full night's sleep!
About Simone Emery from Play With Food
Simone works part-time as a feeding therapy assistant. Her qualifications in food studies, nutrition and professional development in feeding therapy, make her blog, books and eCourses meaningful. Her work is even more relevant to you and driven by her everyday experiences of being a mum to two little mess makers. Simone runs tailored private classes/workshops for fussy eaters and their parents (in person or via Skype). Simone also is a guest speaker on fussy eating. Get a free video tutorial on breaking out of a food rut with fussy eaters via Simone’s website Play With Food.