This a great snack food served up on its own or with some spreadable cheese or gooey brie and chutney. Freeze on the day if you won’t eat up within 24 hours. Good for babies and kids too and they are salt and sugar free and easy to handle.
Category Archives: Baking
These muesli bars are quick to make and great to snack on, especially if you are on a long walk or out in the cold and need a healthy(ish!) carb boost. Let your imagination / preferences guide you as to what fruit and nuts to include.
I started to make meringues because I had so many egg whites in the freezer left over from other recipes that just needed the yolk. The problem was, I had no idea how many – tricky for most recipes! Luckily the only thing you need to remember about meringues is that you use twice the […]
This recipe was a family favourite when we were growing up. I asked my Mum to look out the recipe, and to my delight found out it is just as good as my memory held it to be. Don’t let the corn oil in the ingredients list put you off – the cake has a […]
I like to think of this as a nice daytime chocolate cake. It’s not dark and gooey like the chocolate cake you only want a tiny bit of after dinner – it’s much lighter, while still being moist, and the coconut offsets the chocolate very nicely. It’s quick to put together, but you need to […]
Let’s be honest, there is nothing quite a comforting and lovely as a slice of fresh, home baked bread with butter. I love making bread. I don’t use a bread machine, but I do use a food processor for the messy mixing of ingredients – although you could just as easily not.
Here’s my very first step-by-step guide to something yummy: an easy-peasy, melt-in-the mouth chocolate banana cake.