On a damp and blustery day in March, it feels very comforting to be considering pancakes. Although the carpets of daffodils are lining the roads of the forest … 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
Beetroot isn’t just for juices or pickled in jars for Christmas. Thinly sliced pieces of herb infused roasted beetroot is truly a delicious treat. Even if you don’t love beetroot … Read More
Comforting, luxurious and lusciously perfect, what could be more mouth-watering than a crimson coloured beauty with crunchy hazelnuts, creamy smooth vanilla and juicy raspberries?
If you love the idea of … 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
It would be hard to create a simpler and more luscious dessert. When served at the table, I love the way this sorbet glistens in candlelight…but of course, it means … Read More
This is by far my most requested and popular smoothie. Delicious and substantial, it is a smoothie for breakfast or could be a meal replacement. Any left-over smoothie can be frozen … Read More
Most raw truffle recipes have a fair few nuts and cacao in them. However this recipe is different. It uses carob instead of cacao which gives a more caramel- like flavour. … Read More
There are some days when you don’t have enough energy to lift a finger or you have so much to do that you don’t have much time but yearn for … Read More
Horchata de chufa is originally from Valencia, Spain however there are different versions from all around the world. The Spanish version uses tiger nuts.
Tiger Nuts are not nuts … Read More
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