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Jaffa Sticks

One of my favourite combinations is orange with dark chocolate. When you add some biscuits to this great pair you get jaffa sweets. The smell of orange peel in a cookies reminds me on winter and Christmas. Regarding to that, jaffa sticks could be great sweets for this period.  Ingedients: 3 fresh oranges 200ml orange juice 200ml honey cinnamon anise 50g ground biscuits (homemade or…

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Gluten Free Pizza by Tea

Is there something better than hot crispy pizza? In a country like mine, people who have problems with gluten doesn’t have the opportunity to go outside and just buy gluten free pizza. If you want to eat it, you have to make one. Every time. I was lucky to experience a home delivery gluten free pizza in the United Kingdom, and to eat it in a restaurants in Italy and Austria. I can’t decide which one…

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Halloween Zucchini

Halloween is getting closer, so you better be prepared. “Halloween is also known as All Saints’ Eve, because it is the evening before the Christian holy days of All Hallows’ Day. Some folklorists have detected its origins in the Roman feast of Pomona, the goddess of fruits and seeds, or in the festival of the dead called Parentalia … Some have linked it to the Celtic festival of Samhain, which comes…

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Vegetable beef soup

Making homemade soup is easier than you think. I am a big fan of soup, and I really love to discover different combinations, but today I will talk abut simple, ordinary soup that we have here in Serbia. When my sister and I were kids, Sunday was the day when the family had lunch together. Sunday lunch was pretty much the same in all houses in the street. The first meal was soup. You…

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Gluten free Flower Garden

  Perfect for your body and soul.. This gluten free recipe can be served as a breakfast, appetizers or snacks. With some bechamel sauce it can be a lunch too. The only thing you actually have to do is a dough. The flavour of the flowers depends on what you like to eat. You can make it with meat, or vegetables… I really love cheese, so one of the flowers in my garden must include at least one…

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3 in 1 bread

 This 3 in 1 bread is not only tasty, it also looks amazing! It is perfect for some celebrations, picnics, for breakfast or lunch .. it goes with everything. I don’t want to write much about it, because you have great video at the end of the post, where you can see how to make it.  Ingredients: Dough: 300ml water 1tsp sugar 1tsp yeast 350g flour…

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Lasagna

Lasagna is one of the world’s oldest pastas, originated in Italy. Traditional lasagna is made by interleaving layers of pasta with layers of sauce, made with ragù, bechamel, and Parmigiano – Reggiano. Today you can find a lot of amazing variations of this famous dish. You can find it in vegetarian shape, with combination of few different kinds of meat, or vegetables, and of course in…

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Ladyfingers Cake

  Ladyfingers or should I call it biscuit pudding cake? This is one of those instant recipes, where you can buy all ingredients. You need biscuits, whipping cream, milk, pudding, chocolate … all these ingredients can contain gluten, so be careful when you decide to make this cake. All products must be gluten free! When you get all ingredients, the procedure won’t be too much complicated.  Ingredients: 200g…

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Peanut Crackers

  If you like peanuts, you are going to love these crackers!  First, I would like to share some interesting facts about this amazing plant. While it has nuts in the name, peanuts are actually legumes, and like beans and peas, belong to the single plant family, Leguminosae. They grow underground, like potato, which is opposed to nuts like walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts … that grow on trees. Peanuts…

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