Making fresh gluten-free pasta from scratch couldn’t be easier with our pulse flours
, with or without a pasta machine.
Pack your pancakes with the flavour and extra protein of pulse flour! Our fava bean and pea flours
make great tasting pancakes, simply by substituting them for wheatflour in a standard pancake recipe.
Packed with the malty flavour and nutrition of our Naked Barley Flakes
these light muffins not only taste fantastic but will do you the power of good. They make a luxurious and healthy treat for breakfast or leisurely weekend brunches.
Whole Fava Beans
have a real affinity with the earthy flavours in this rich casserole that’s the perfect antidote to cold dark winter days. This hearty and warming dish was created by Carol Kearns, our illustrator and author of The Art of Baking
As well as devising cake and biscuit recipes, Carol Kearns - who does the rather nice illustrations for our packaging - has developed this fabulous seeded loaf recipe using Hodmedod’s British grown and milled Fava Bean Flour
with optional Camelina and Chia
This tempting plum tart uses Hodmedod's Yellow Pea Flour
for a superbly crisp golden pastry with a subtly sweet and nutty flavour. The flour is naturally gluten-free but as easy to work as any wheat flour.
Bring the joy of pulses into your Christmas festivities with these mince pies using delicious and high-protein pastry made with our Yellow Pea Flour
. All our pulse flours
make superb pastry and this recipe can be very easily adapted for other pies and tarts.
These delicious vegan and gluten-free dhal bread rolls are perfect as a snack, a lunchtime side to a salad, or a healthy accompaniment to south asian curries and stews. Besides Hodmedod's Green Pea Flour
they contain a host of other healthy ingredients like chia seeds and coconut flour. This recipe was created by the inspired Salima Dhalla of the Breadren
artisan bakery and kitchen.
This scrumptious harvest cob from baker Sue Hudson is made with YQ Wheat Flour and Flaked Essex Quinoa and packed with Golden Linseed and Sunflower Seeds.
This recipe for light and cheerful courgette, pea and mint fritters comes to us from Sus Davy, who writes the delightful blog: Rough Measures. This wonderful summer recipe makes use of our Green Pea Flour, and we can't wait to try it out for ourselves!