I don’t eat bread from packets and have to be careful with gluten-containing products (I suffer with bad bloating and pain if I do but I don’t think it’s the gluten so much as some of the other additives in the usual gluten processed junk out there). Anyway, yesterday I wanted some scones to go with some pumpkin soup I had made. This is one of my favourite ‘quick, I need carbohydrates’ to go alongside recipes.
- 1.5 cups organic spelt flour
- 1 cup plain bio yoghurt or sour cream
- 1 cup grated cheese (I used a lovely Cornish cheddar)
- A pinch of bicarbonate of soda
- A couple of teaspoons of dried herbs (or a tablespoon of fresh)
Sieve the flour and bicarb into a mixing bowl and mix well together. Add the herbs and grate the cheese into the mixture too. Then mix in your yoghurt (I find I like yoghurt best). I pour the whole mixture into a pyrex dish and then bake for about 20 minutes at 180 deg C (fan oven). They look rustic but are functional and taste great. 🙂
Recipe by Elizabeth Plant.
I am a holistic health and wellness coach who delivers my services via Skype. I have also released my Winter Wellness Detox (although the ebook program is gluten-free). Alongside coaching I am also a massage therapist/bodyworker and currently studying a soft tissue manual therapy course at the College of Osteopaths. I also write a newsletter which you can sign up for here.