Free From Fridays – Link Up

This week I am co-hosting #Freefromfridays, a regular linky on featuring free from recipes from across the web alongside Emma, the linky host.

Firstly a massive congratulations to Emma, who has just had baby #2! Hats off to her also as she must be knee deep in nappies and sleepless nights once more and still finding time to inspire us all.

I have been an follower of Free From Fridays since trying to find exciting new meals to cook for my vegetarian, lactose intolerant and gluten sensitive hubby!!

I absolutely LOVED last week’s Baked Ravioli from I Say Nomato. It couldn’t have been more timely for me with my 10month old now deciding to baby lead wean himself and refuse the spoon. I have tried it ricotta, spinach and mushroom like in the awesome recipe but also with some other fillings like butternut squash and pea and mint. Stocking up this weekend on wonton wrappers but what a great way to get those veggies down your little ones. K who just turned three last week is also a fan and has been helping me make them!

Baked Ravioli

Please tweet me at @hungrylittleveg and Emma @freefromfarm using hashtag #freefromfridays so we can share your recipes across social media.


How to join in #Freefromfridays
1. Write a new blog post including the Free From Fridays badge or add it an existing recipe (Just copy the code below the image and paste it on your page)
2. Add your post to the linky form by using the ‘Add your link’ button
3.  Leave a comment below and visit at least 2 other recipes to comment on
4. Tweet your link to @freefromfarm using hashtag #freefromfridays so I can spread the word!

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  • It would be useful if you can label the main allergens your dishes are free from in the linky title to help others search suitable recipes.
    DF: Dairy Free
    EF: Egg Free
    GF: Gluten Free
    SyF: Soya Free
    SF: Sesame Free
    NF: Nut free
    PF: Peanut free

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  • Comments

      • Veggie Mummy says

        Thank you for the awesome ravioli recipe! I am addicted to making these now – lol! Just so easy yet tasty! Look forward to more of your recipes…

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