Grain-Free Sweet Recipes
Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Recipes for Cakes, Biscuits, Cookies, Slices, Pastry and Sweet Treats
A simple breakfast that I enjoy that is compliant with the Bright Line Eating Program. It is plant based and simple but very filing. Chia Breakfast Pudding A Bright Line Eating plant-based breakfast. 1 oz chia seeds (counts as 1 grain)4 oz cashew or other nut milk...
This is a moist and light banana cake that is gluten-free and grain-free. This is the 2017 updated version of my classic banana cake recipe.
This is the 2017 updated & improved recipe for my potato flour sponge cake. I make this for special occasions and its always a hit.
A grain free, gluten free lunchbox cupcake using honey or rice malt syrup and chia seeds, it has a light texture and freezes well.
A comforting old fashioned dessert for cold weather. Adapted from a recipe made by my grandmother, it is very traditionally Australian and reflects my grandmothers English heritage – a stewed fruit base with a grain free sponge topping.
A luscious banana and raspberry cake recipe using almond meal, coconut oil and coconut sugar.
This cake was inspired by the Rasberry Lemon Almond Cake here but has been changed so much it deserved its own recipe page. This version uses oil instead of butter, and is as always Grain-free, Gluten-free. The citrus zest gives it a fabulous aroma, and like all of...
This is based on a traditional italian recipe with a few personal adjustments. It is surprisingly light and easy to eat. Ingredients Zest of 2 lemons 125g sugar 150g desiccated coconut (note to American's: UNSWEETENED, fine ground dried coconut, texture of...
This is a buckwheat flour recipe just perfect for anyone who hates the taste of buckwheat. It tastes amazing, and you could give this to your fussiest eater, including "normal" wheat-eaters and they will love it too. Its healthy enough to have for breakfast toasted...
This is a recipe by reader Aimee Lauezzari who says "This is my adaptation of a recipe on www.positivehealth.com. This version doesn't use any grains. I mix these right in the saucepan that I start with. It's a nice little cookie and my family loves them, so much that...
Grain Free Living is based in Australia and uses metric measurements in all recipes. Conversions of oven temps are given in most recipes, or you can refer to these metric to imperial conversion charts for volume, weight and temperature.read more
Lots of people who can’t eat grains also have a problem with nuts – compromised immune systems often have multiple sensitivities and nuts are at the top of the tree for producing nasty reactions. Here are my tips for being grain free without nuts.read more
You don’t need to throw out your cookbooks. Use this list as a guide, you can easily convert any “normal” recipe into a grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free or anything else free with a little bit of know-how.read more
A note about the Recipes.
Sometimes I get asked why a website called Grain Free Living uses gluten-free flours like quinoa and buckwheat. Although technically still grain free, some of these recipes would now be considered merely gluten-free, it really depends on your point of view. I am working on the categories so that recipes that are Paleo and AIP friendly are clearly labelled and the recipes that use pseudo-cereals are also clearly labelled. Thanks for your patience as I work to make this website more user-friendly.
You can read about my use of pseudo-cereals and why this website includes both gluten and grain free recipes by clicking button below.