I live in one of the most beautiful places in Australia – according to ME. I have a job I love (most of the time), 3 beautiful girls, who are old enough now to be independent…but still need their Mummy. #1 is nearly 21, lives with BF, #2 is nearly 18, saving hard for a gap year in the UK and # 3 is 14, loves One Direction and the Hunger Games. Hubby and I have been married 21 years and I don’t know what I would do with out him.

I spend far too much time on the computer – often pretending to work, so when all my words with friend’s games are played and the gossip and news of the world read, I will BLOG.

Friday, 8 August 2014

Gluten Free Sweet Delight

A few years ago I made a kit kat Lasagna for # 2 daughter's 18th birthday, it was a big hit, both with her friends and the internet (over 60,000 views). 

My niece said she wanted one for her 30th birthday and of course I agreed - she since discovered she is gluten intolerant so my challenge was to recreate the chocolate and wafer goodness gluten free.

I was amazed at the products that have wheat in them, marshmallow for example and a lot of lollies  

This is the start, gluten free wafer biscuits (they taste like kit kat)

Crushed honeycomb

White Chocolate ganache 

Allens Freckles 

Chocolate Pudding

Toffee with Almonds crushed  for a rough praline

Final layer of wafer biscuits Gluten free of course

Before the sugar police jump up and down about how bad this is and how much fat and sugar is in it, consider that it will be shared with up to 30 people each having a piece smaller than a normal serve of cake.

It is a yummy gooey treat that should be eaten with moderation and much joy.

Happy Birthday to my niece who is not related but is a very important part of my life.