Frozen yoghurt

My girls love ice cream, and I love giving them things they love. I don’t love filling them with preservatives, sugar or colourants though, so when I spotted this recipe in one of our plethora of Dora the Explorer cook books for children, I thought it would be a great one for Ameli, my 3 …

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Raw Strawberry Cheesecake

If you fancy a healthier cheesecake, you’ve come to the right place. This is a dairy free, vegan, sugar free cheesecake alternative. And it’s pretty darn good. I make it in the Thermomix, but you can make it in any high powered blender. It’s both labour intensive and totally not. It’s a perfect dinner party …

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Crystallised Hazelnuts

 There are few things in a kitchen that bother me quite as much as waste. And when the item about to be wasted is an expensive one, like hazelnuts, it bothers me even more. So, when you’ve made Hazelnut Syrup and strained the nuts off, rather than binning them: turn them into Crystallised Hazelnuts. Because …

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Home Made Hazelnut Syrup

I adore hazelnut syrup in my coffee. It’s almost a weakness. It’s definitely a craving. I sometimes crave it. I’ll drive out of my way to pick up a hazelnut coffee at Starbucks. But the problem is, I don’t think they’re very good for you! In fact, whenever I haven’t had one in a while, …

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Dandelion Fritters

I do so love Dandelions. Not only do they bring with them the promise of spring, of sunshine and of warmer weather, but they also provide a wonderful opportunity for getting outdoor with little people. My daughters love picking dandelions and ask if we can as soon as the sun peeks out in spring. We …

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Ramson And Cheese Scones

Scones are so quick to make, and they are a great lazy morning breakfast, or tummy filler for toddlers and kids. Getting them to forage for the greens and help in the mixing makes the food a lot more appealing to eat too, so this is a great recipe for getting some greens into little …

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Ramson (Wild Garlic) Omelette Recipe

Here’s a simple little recipe to try with your Ramsons and a few bits and pieces from the fridge. It’s a great starting place if you’re not used to cooking with foraged food. Ramsons are a great source of Vitamin C and iron, and their pungent garlic smell makes them really easy to identify in the wild. …

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Cinnamon Scrolls

 These are probably ridiculously bad for you. I try not to think about it. They are so incredibly yummy. I make them ‘better’ by not pouring a sugar syrup over them, and I follow the theory that the cinnamon is good for you, so that cancels out the sugar ;). I have successfully made these …

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Cinnamon Buns Recipe

Cinnamon Buns. They’re one of my favourite baked goods ever. They’re amazing, and this recipe is just awesome. I made these one afternoon, and popped them on the table outside on my parents patio. It more than doubled in size, and we ate beautiful, puffy, gorgeous buns. If you do a search you’ll find loads …

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Vegan Chocolate Cake

class=”ERNutrition”> 3.2.1230 The best ever chocolate cake, that happens to be Vegan too. Remember if you’re making this for Vegans, most regular sprinkles aren’t actually Vegan due to the food colouring used in them. You can also make it without the glaze and decorate with a regular butter cream icing. Made with coconut oil, however, …

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