Five Minute Flat breads – Fat Free.

These look fantastic can’t wait to try them!!!!! I am going to swap the flours for gluten free and wheat free flours to make them allergy free. Thanks Poppy 🙂

Bunny Kitchen


I love flat breads and as someone who eats Indian food at home at least once a week, a good, quick flat bread recipe is a must. Furthermore, making your own flat breads is so much cleaner and greener. Supermarket naans always contain yoghurt, butter or milk powder in some guise plus a host of unpronounceable additives. Restaurant and take-away versions are smothered in ghee and usually contain some kind of dairy product in the dough. So not only are they not vegan or plant-based friendly, they sure are not good for you.

Of course, you could make a homemade bread just the same, homemade doesn’t equate to healthy necessarily (nor does vegan), but this recipe is. Sometimes, if I’m particularly craving a decadent curry night, I will treat us to homemade sweet and delicious fig and coconut peshwari naans but for the most part, I need to satisfy my…

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About cathalscookbookallergyfree

I am a 36 year old Mum of 3, Jack, Cathal, and Sarah Jane. Cathal has severe food allergies and this blog and webpage aim to help and support parents who find themselves having to cook allergy free meals, as I do on a daily basis.

Posted on 04/07/2013, in Breads and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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