Gluten Free Grain Free Guru and author, Tania Hubbard said sticking to a gluten and grain free diet during the Christmas period doesn’t mean you have to miss out.
Thanks to a new partnership with Spice Queen, Vicki Taylor, these two-award winning business women have developed a way for Coeliac sufferers and those with gluten and grain intolerance to have their Christmas cake and eat it too.
“We are very excited about the release of our limited edition gluten and grain free Christmas Cake – cinnamon, spice & all things nice mix,” Tania said.
“It tastes absolutely amazing and is filled with lovely aromatic sweet spices, edible flowers and just the right amount of hand milled dates,” Tania said.
Vicki Taylor, owner of ‘spice hot spot’ Red Hot Chilli Pepper in Caloundra, said developing the Christmas spice mix was great fun and it was a joy to be able to work and collaborate with another successful business.
“I knew this cake was a winner when my husband, who has never really been a fan of Christmas cake before said he could devour one of our cakes in minutes if given half the chance – and I believe him,” Vicki said.
The Christmas Cake mix will be added to Tania’s very popular bake@home range of gluten and grain free goodies for a limited time and will be available in store at Red Hot Chilli Pepper or online via www.glutenfreegrainfree.com.au in the lead up to Christmas.
Tania said the bake@home range was designed to make it even easier to cook great-tasting, gluten and grain free goodies in the comfort of your own kitchen.
“All you need for a freshly bake Christmas cake is our mix, some eggs, olive oil and water,” Tania said.
For more Christmas recipes see Tania’s cookbook gluten free grain free – food we love, packed with over 150 pages of mouth-watering recipes, information about stocking a gluten and grain free pantry, label reading and much more.
For a complete list of stockists of gluten free grain free – food we love and the bake@home range, visit www.glutenfreegrainfree.com.au.
Image (left to right): Vicki Taylor and Tania Hubbard with their new creation, the gluten and grain free Christmas cake.