Lemon layer cake

Lemon layer cakeThis cake is a delightful cross between a sponge cake and cheesecake, with the lemon sauce providing a refreshing twist. So, why bother making two cakes separately when you can have all in one?

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No Naughties now available on Kindle

Cover of No NaughiesNo Naughties: Sweet treats without sugar, wheat, gluten and yeast has now been released as an Amazon Kindle ebook. It contains mouth-watering recipes from super quick snacks to more elaborate desserts and cakes.

All recipes are suitable for people who need to avoid sugar, wheat, gluten, yeast, soya and peanuts. Many of the recipes are also free from eggs, dairy, casein, lactose, nuts and corn.

In addition to the recipes, you can find information on the ingredients, where to buy them in the UK and how to use them successfully. The measurements are given in metric units (e.g. grams and millilitres)

You can buy the book on Amazon. (Please note: you don’t need a Kindle reader, but can download the book onto your computer/ipad/iphone.)

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Two No Naughties’ Christmas recipe books are out now!

No Naughties at Christmas & No Naughties’ Christmas treats for kids are out now. Each ebook contains ten recipes that ensure your festive season will be a delightful celebration. To find out more, please visit www.nonaughties.com/books.html.

To celebrate the launch of these two ebooks, No Naughties at Christmas is available for FREE TODAY on Amazon. To download your copy, go to:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/No-Naughties-Christmas-without-ebook/dp/B00AAHWYF2/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1353929311&sr=8-5

Book cover of No Naughties' Christmas treats for kidsBook cover of No Naughties at Christmas

Learning how to cook

The most effective wA hand is stirring something in a pot with a wooden spoon. The pot is on a cooker.ay to be in control of your diet is to prepare your own meals. This will also help you to enjoy your food more as you’re not dependent on other people’s culinary skills. (Of course, if you happen to have a private chef, or a skilful mum, who will cook everything for you, you won’t need to bother – unfortunately, this is not an option for most of us!)

If you don’t know how to cook, now is the time to learn. If you do know how to do it, you will still benefit from learning about different ingredients and how to make them work for your special diet. Continue reading

Visiting people

Dinner place settin with red and white crockery and wine glasses which have some red flowers in them as decorationYou’ve been invited for a meal at someone’s home. What do you do? Although this can be a tricky situation, your multiple dietary restrictions can be managed with some forward planning.

The first step is to tell your hosts upfront that you are on a special diet. Just turning up and not eating anything may offend them. Or, eating food that’s not suitable for you may make you ill. Neither scenario is ideal. Continue reading

Telling other people about your diet

A red character is speaking to seven white characters.Some find it easy to tell other people about their condition and diet, while others struggle because they feel embarrassed or otherwise reluctant to reveal private information. Although it’s not necessary to tell about your condition to everyone you meet, there are situations when it’s advantageous, for example, when you go to a restaurant or a dinner party. Continue reading

Changing your diet – the first steps

A child's foot is on grass. It has a dark butterfly on it.So, you’ve found out you need to change your diet. Leaving out one particular foodstuff can be tricky; having to say goodbye to two or more can make life really difficult. Or so it can feel, at least in the beginning.

It can be daunting to start making changes. However, there are lots of ways to manage your new diet and enjoy your life. It doesn’t have to be doom and gloom. Think about your new situation as a new beginning, a new journey that has the potential to improve the quality of your life. Continue reading