Fiery fill

When hunger strikes, opt for Nairn’s Gluten Free Cracked Black Pepper Wholegrain Crackers with your favourite cheese, make coeliac-friendly finger foods or just tuck in for a tasty snack with just enough kick. The crunchy crackers are made using gluten-free oats.

£1.70, Asda and Waitrose

Tea for two

The Exotic Teapot’s new Discovery tea set comes in three vibrant colours to brighten up tea time. The hand-blown glass sets are quaint and delicate, with a stylish 600ml teapot (perfect for sharing) and two double-wall cups.

£42, exoticteapot.co.uk

 

Sip smart

If you haven’t tried it yet, get yourself a bottle of TreeVitalise Birch Water. Available in original, mint or lemon, the organic and unsweetened drinks not only go down a treat but they’re also hydrating and detoxifying, and will give you a welcome energy boost in a flash.

£2.75, realfoods.co.uk

 

3 ways to satisfy your coconut craving

Coconut Merchant Coconut Jam

Sick of strawberry? Mix it up at snack time with this smooth sweet spread.

£5.99, coconut-merchant.com

2 Matcha Co Yo

Our favourite dairy-free yoghurt alternative now comes in an energising new flavour.

£1.99, Ocado

3 Bouoli Coconut Oil

Switching up your cooking oil for this version will offer a health boost.

 £11.99, bouoli.com

  

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