Denise Guray


Denise has always loved to cook
and eat. She has combined a busy day job with catering to a few select local cafes for many years. 

When she was diagnosed as a coeliac she found it difficult to find gluten free options that were healthy and delicious so YUMMEE GLUTEN FREE was born. 

Denise has a genuine passion for healthy eating and understands the benefits that good, whole nutritious foods can have on the body and mind. 

Denise is a qualified nutritionist, and is passionate about whole food cooking and passing on her knowledge to others.

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Yummee Stuffed Mushrooms

Try this easy, vegetarian and Yummee  recipe.

Try this easy, vegetarian and Yummee  recipe.


1/8 cabbage; finely sliced  

1 capsicum (I used red) 

3 zucchinis; grated

1/4 cup rice crumbs (this helps to bind the ingredients) 

1/4 Parmesan cheese; grated

4 slices cheddar cheese (or nutritional yeast), optional  

6-8 large flattish mushrooms  

8 extra, small mushrooms, chopped finely (use the mushroom stalks also)




(add as much or as little herbs as you wish) 

finely sliced and cooked bacon maybe added to the stuffing mix if you wish

4 tablespoons Yummee Gluten Free LSA


1. Preheat oven to 180degrees C. 

2. Put a fry pan on medium heat, add a drizzle of olive oil. 

3. Fry the extra chopped mushrooms. 

4. When the moisture has gone from the mushrooms and they are darker in colour remove them from the heat and put into a large glass bowl. 

5. Add cabbage to the fry pan and when it has wilted slightly add to the mushrooms in the bowl. 

6. Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl. 

7. Place the large mushrooms onto an oven tray. Fill with the stuffing. Don’t worry if some spills onto the tray- extra crunch!!! 

8.  Cook in the preheated oven for 30-60minutes or until your house smells delicious and they are golden and bubbly. 

9. Serve with green leafy salad.  Store any left overs in a glass container in the fridge. 


Stuff the mushrooms!!! 

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