We asked mas­ter of pretty patis­serie Hen­ri­etta In­man how you can make the lat­est trend in healthy eat­ing work at your wed­ding

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Skilled pas­try chef and au­thor of new book Clean Cakes Hen­ri­etta re­veals how to make the “clean eat­ing” trend work on your wed­ding day with ideas for cre­at­ing de­li­cious gluten, dairy and sugar-free cakes and dec­o­rat­ing with ed­i­ble flow­ers and fruit. “I made my first be­spoke clean wed­ding cake at the end of last sum­mer and it looks set to be the first of many,” she says.

Last year it was all about quit­ting sugar and Spi­ral­iz­ing ev­ery veg­etable you could get your hands on. But you can’t fail to no­tice, as you scroll through In­sta­gram, that ev­ery­one from De­li­ciously Ella to Kourt­ney Kar­dashian is now #cleaneating (that’s con­sum­ing food in the most nat­u­ral form pos­si­ble FYI). It’s a life­style rev­o­lu­tion that’s taken the health and food in­dus­tries by storm – and we pre­dict it will be com­ing to a wed­ding near you very soon.

If you’re al­ready a con­vert to clean, con­scious eat­ing, then it’s a no-brainer to re­fect your foodie phi­los­o­phy at the most per­son­alised day of your life. And even if you haven’t given it a go yet, adding some clean treats to your wed­ding break­fast is the per­fect way to make guests with any in­tol­er­ances feel the love. But is it re­ally pos­si­ble to make clean food ex­cit­ing enough for the ul­ti­mate cel­e­bra­tion? Hen­ri­etta In­man, for­mer pas­try chef at The Lanes­bor­ough Lon­don, re­veals how to put your life­style stamp on your big day with show­stop­ping gluten-, dairy-, and sugar-free recipes, so you can quite lit­er­ally have your “clean” wed­ding cake and eat it.

Rasp­berry androse tartlets with pis­ta­chiofrangi­pane

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