Recently some of our Foodies100 bloggers were sent some Genius Gluten Free goodies. We’re always amazed by the creativity of our community and the delicious Genius Gluten Free recipes have made us want to eat ALL the food.
Over at Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen she shared with us her twist on traditional french toast made with fruit bread and with added orange zest. Perfect for breakfast served with maple syrup and fresh fruit.
Who doesn’t love pancakes? Highjacked By Twins took them to another level- strawberry cheesecake pancakes! Really too decadent for words!
Lilinha’s Angel went old school with her breakfast and went with a tall stack of Genuis Gluten Free pancakes. Drizzles with maple syrup, what more could you ask for?
Want to jazz up your pancakes? Rock and Roll Mum Sonya used some of her homegrown blueberries and made a blackberry sauce to drizzle over the fluffy pancakes.
Gluten free bagels with cream cheese and plump blueberries were on the breakfast menu over at BakingQueen74‘s table. The cinnamon raisin bagels went down a treat with her kids who gobbled them right up!
Anyone fancy some Maple Spiced Apple Compote and pancakes? Claire has just the recipe for you over on Foodie Quine.
It’s not all about breakfast, Margot at Coffee and Vanilla whipped up a tasty lunch of egg salmon on Genius Gluten Free bagel.
Looking for a genius gluten free brunch idea? Louise at A Strong Coffee has just the thing for you- including a Genius Gluten Free crumpet topped with turkey bacon, avocado, vine tomatoes and olives.
With 4 kids and food allergies Mel at Le Coin de Mel knows a thing or two about gluten free. She’s put together some wholesome lunch ideas that are sure to please.
Another gluten free veteran is Sarah at Taming Twins. She loved the seeded farmhouse loaf- toasted w/ jam and we can understand why!
It’s all about variety with Ciara at My Fussy Eater, she’s served bagels with summer fruits 4 ways. Perfect for when you can’t decide exactly what you want.
Holy guacamole! Rosalilium‘s coconut garlic prawn and guacamole bagel looks lush! A real twist on a lunch idea.
It’s not all about desserts w/ Kate of Veggie Desserts. Her vegan tuna mayo sandwich really does look like it would hit the spot.
If there’s anyone who knows how to make food fun it’s Grace, her Eats Amazing blog is filled with the most imaginative recipes and food. Her rainbow bagels don’t let us down!
Cucumber, tomato and cheese on a toasted bagel sound good? Helen at Fuss Free Flavours whipped up a tasty lunch using Genius Gluten Free bagels.
Slider Photo Credit: veggiedessert.co.uk