Dessert, Ice cream and Candies

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2 Comments on Dessert, Ice cream and Candies

  1. yvette maree
    July 8, 2014 at 1:53 pm (7 years ago)

    Hi there

    I am looking for a wheat and gluten free ginger pudding, quick and easy, to do in the microwave. I am also looking for a wheat a gluten free homemade veggie soup. I can’t eat things like onion, garlic rough pieces of food as it gets stuck in my throat and I cough profusely and everything tends to come up. I battle to eat rice and pizzas which I love. what else do you think I could try.



    • talitaseegers
      July 9, 2014 at 9:53 am (7 years ago)

      Hi Yvette

      I must say, I am not really a fan of microwave baking – especially gluten free microwave baking. I find the texture of the cake is not usually as good as if oven baked. The only cake I ever bake in the microwave is my little “PMS Cure” chocolate mug cake:) I will give ginger pudding a try and post the recipe once I have perfected it. I will do my best to give it a bash this weekend:)

      The tomato soup and the butternut soup recipes on my blog are gluten free and very quick to make. I also have a recipe for a mixed vegetable soup that I have not yet blogged – I will post the recipe as soon as I am able to. Vegetable soup quite often really needs the onion and garlic for flavour, but that doesn’t mean it has to be lumpy. After cooking the soup, pour the chunky soup into your blender (not food processor) in batches and blend it until completely smooth. Not even the tiniest bit of onion or garlic will be present after a good blending session:)

      I suggest you subscribe to my blog if you have not already done so, in order that you don’t miss it when I post the recipes you requested. Thanks for stopping by!
      Dr T

      PS: Your symptoms of having difficulty swallowing some foods is rather concerning. If you have already consulted your doctor about it – great. If not, I suggest you have it checked out.


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