It’s Autumn and it’s sometimes it just doesn’t serve us to skimp on comfort food. If we don’t have a little bit of what we fancy, we can easily … Read More
Nothing says cosy quite like pumpkin pie spice. It has a sweet earthiness and as the name suggests uses all the spices you may expect to find in a pumpkin … Read More
This lime cheesecake is dairy-free, gluten-free, very rich and creamy. The lime marries well with the coconut milk and coconut in the base.
If this cheesecake was a character … Read More
Easter biscuits are traditionally given to guests on Easter Sunday. These deliciously fruited lemony biscuits are the perfect Easter treat. At Easter there’s usually a fair bit of chocolate around … Read More
This is a rich and flavourful dressing made with the delicious Chinese 5 spice blend. It can also be used as a marinade too.
I cannot claim that this is … Read More
If you are interested in keeping your morning preparations to a minimum, quinoa porridge is definitely fuss free. Made from quinoa flakes, rather than oatmeal, you can easily make a … Read More
There was a time when shop bought Pot Noodles were new and exciting. Then again, so were CD Walkman’s. I can’t imagine buying a pot noodle now, not even one … Read More
We’ve all been there. We are full of good intentions. We then find a find a recipe that we want to make, only to discover that we should have soaked … Read More
Date paste is a useful sweetener in the raw food kitchen as you can use it in all manner of desserts and it keeps well for up to ﬁve days … Read More
This recipe is an amalgamation of two favourites – Christmas pudding and vanilla cheesecake. I don’t think it’s cutting corners to have two desserts in one, but more of an … Read More
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