Raspberry Chia Pudding – delicious, easy and vibrant breakfast that only calls for 4 ingredients!
No-bake Cherry Bakewell Tart – Like the traditional recipe, but made much healthier! Vegan, gluten free and almost raw
What’s so special about waffles? I never really saw what all the fuss was about, until now! Since hubby was given a waffle maker for his birthday, I tried it for the first time and fell in love! Pancake weekends are now referred to as waffle weekends! Don’t get me wrong, I will always love my pancakes. The thing about waffles, and it’s something that you can never get with pancakes, is their crispiness.
So these brownies were kind of an accident. Is it just me or are the best recipes usually the ones that don’t go to plan, instead they result in something even better! I was trying to make egg free chocolate cookies, but they didn’t turn out exactly the way I planned, so I decided to turn them into brownies instead…and here’s the result!
One of the main things I like about granola is its convenience. You can make a big batch, store it in an air tight container and know you have breakfast sorted for the next few weeks. Very handy for days when you need a quick breakfast or snack.
Now that it’s summer (It’s a particularly hot day here in the UK!) it’s time to bring out the summery, fruity, light desserts (don’t worry I’ll also be posting chocolate recipes haha!), and these vegan raspberry chia bars tick all the right boxes!
I absolutely adore this recipe! This bread is so moist, sweet and really good for you! Baking is my passion, I can easily live on baked goods (breads, cakes, cookies…you name it!), but they have to be healthy, of course! Otherwise the guilt would totally take over, not to mention the bloating and mood swings that follow eating sugary, fatty goods!
This recipe is as easy as they get! You literally only need 3 main ingredients and then you can add whatever else you like. Chia seeds have very quickly become one of my pantry staples that I can’t live without! I’ve been using them particularly in baking as a substitute for eggs, especially when I’m looking for something denser and less spongy. I think chia eggs work so much better than flax eggs, does anyone else think that?
Vanilla Matcha Cupcakes When given the option, I would always choose a muffin over a cupcake. To me, cupcakes are usually dry and have little flavour and the frosting is way to sweet and sickly. Am I the only who thinks this? Hmm probably! Muffins on the other hand are usually dense, rich and bursting with flavour! I wanted to …
Brownies are probably one of my favourite desserts. Dense, rich, sweet and most importantly full of chocolatey goodness! What’s not to love?! I don’t think I’ve ever come across anyone who doesn’t love brownies. However, they do tend to leave a heavy feeling in my stomach. Not surprising when you consider the mountain of sugar and fat that’s added to a typical brownie recipe.
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