Ready-meals are not off-limits to those who don’t eat gluten.
In fact, there are several gluten-free ready-meals on the market.
I’m going to tell you about the pasta Bolognese made by Les Recettes de Céliane.
I’m a lover of this dish and until now I have only eaten it as part of a normal diet, so I was a bit worried about how well this gluten-free version would turn out.
Having opened the packet, I began by smelling the pasta. I still had my doubts
Then I mixed the sauce with the pasta and put it the whole thing into the microwave for 3 minutes.
I sniffed the dish again and I must say that it smelled more than appetizing.
Having cleared my plate, the result was very satisfying. The flavors were really good and it’s very likely that this new dish will become one of my favorite products when I’m looking for a meal in a hurry (at the office, for example).
Big eaters might need to add a bit extra to this meal but it was quite enough for me.
- easy to prepare
-not quite enough for big eaters
I tried some of Valpiform’s mini marble cakes for breakfast.
They are moist cakes, light and airy and of good quality.
One needs to count two pieces per person for breakfast.
The only criticism that comes to mind is that there is a slight lack of chocolate which I need to fulfil my chocolate needs.
- Practical size / format
- Not enough chocolate
These fondants are proposed by “Les recettes de Céliane“.
You will find 9 freshness sachets per packet.
I tasted 2 different flavours : strawberry centre and apricot centre.
Light, these small treats have a very pleasant taste.
Have two or three fondants for breakfast if you do not eat very much when you get up. If the opposite is true, they are perhaps not the ideal choice, as a packet would not last very long.
Do not hesitate to keep one of these fondants in your pocket, in case you have hunger pangs during the day.
- pleasant taste
- very handy format
- limited timespan for big breakfast appetites (should you wish to have them for breakfast)