Wheat free cake, cookie and muffin recipes
How many people that are on a wheat free diet miss cakes, cookies and muffins? Whilst the supermarkets have tried to cater for this missing treat for anyone suffering with a wheat allergy or coeliac disease, the cakes tend to be over sweet, sickly and expensive, especially if you have to pack up lunchboxes for wheat or gluten free children (or adults).
The wheat free cake recipes listed on this page have all been successfully tested time and time again, they've been sold at village fetes, taken on picnics, hauled up mountains and packed in lunchboxes on a regular basis.
Going out on a long walk or cycle ride? then why not take some of our banana bread wrapped in slices for easy snacking. It's full of slow release energy, absolutely ideal for keeping your energy levels up and pounding out the miles. And don't forget, bananas contain potassium, a vital mineral in helping to avoid cramp.
And for the wow factor, try our chocolate truffle cake recipe, it's totally awesome.
Almond butter energy bars
Make your own energy bars for sports refuelling or a snack in the office, much cheaper than buying ready made bars
Apple berry oat bars
Tasty, energy bar with apple, plump blueberries, and luscious dried cranberries
Tangy apricots in an oat sandwich, makes a great portable snack for energy boosting throughout the day
Autumn apple cake
The perfect way to celebrate Nature's wonderful apples and nuts, makes a great afternoon tea treat
Ideal for bagged lunches or fresh from the oven as an afternoon treat with coffee or tea
Banana oat energy bars
Fantastically tasty, chewy, energy bar with yummy bananas and luscious dried cranberries
Low in sugar, high in luscious blueberries, these muffins are a sweet treat you don't need to feel guilty about
Carrot cake #1
Want to improve your night vision? Allegedly, eating carrots will help, so eat more carrot cake
Carrot cake #2
Moist and filled with carrots and raisins, it's a perfect bagged lunch or afternoon treat
Cherries and coconut make these muffins the perfect partner to afternoon tea, coffee, or as a treat in a bagged lunch
Chewy almond cookies
It's not always about the crunch, try a soft cookie occasionally, they're great made into an ice cream sandwich
Wheat, gluten, sugar & dairy free... seriously, and still tastes like chocolate brownie
Chocolate fridge cake
Very easy chocolate dessert that even the kids could make with minimal supervision
Chocolate fudge brownies
Chocolatey, goey, brownie perfect for afternoon tea, bagged lunches or indulgent snack anytime
Chocolate protein energy bars
Make your own energy bars for sports refuelling or a snack in the office, slow release energy oats will perk you up any time of the day
Fresh cranberries aren't available for long each year, so make the most of this tasty recipe while you can
Cranberry oat bars
Tangy cranberries make these oat bars zing with flavour, works with frozen cranberries too
Quick to make comfort food, enjoy warm fruit scones in about 30 minutes from start, to eat
If you like pecans you'll love this recipe, nutty, goey and crunchy all in one simple snack bar
Unfortunately for those suffering from celiac disease not all of our recipes are gluten free as we utilise oats, barley and rye in our recipes. However some of these recipes can be adapted with care and experience using gluten free flours, the taste may however be slightly different in some of the resulting recipes.