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Titbit #1 Lemon GranulesSprinkle my lemon 'granules' on your noodles (zoodles) and be amazed at the flavour. Put 'lemons' in the search box above to read about them.
Titbit #2 Freeze your Breadcrumbs
Buy bread (Gluten-Free) when it’s on offer and blitz into breadcrumbs. Pop useful amounts into bags and freeze. So handy to just grab from the freezer. Thaws quickly.
Titbit #3 Sweetcorn MashFor a change - rather than using potato or sweet potato, heat a couple of cans of sweetcorn; drain and blitz for an instant, tasty mash.
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I love having a delicious homemade cheesecake for serving at Christmas (or at any other time of the year) especially one which can be prepared in advance and frozen. This baked cheesecake freezes beautifully before adding the two toppings, and … Continue reading
I bought a punnet of plums intending to make a plum crumble but the very same evening I spotted this recipe from Ceri Jones of Natural Kitchen Adventures (adapted from Erin Scott Yummy Supper Cookbook) and decided straight away that … Continue reading
Somewhere, in the back of my mind, I had a vague recollection of seeing a recipe for a plum crumble, made in a skillet with nuts and seeds in the topping. Finding myself with a wonderful bowl of red … Continue reading
I have to laugh at myself sometimes as to where and when I find recipes to try. It was probably the hottest night of the year recently and I couldn’t sleep, so I was scrolling through the internet about 2am … Continue reading
Frozen fruit smoothie, fruit yoghurt dessert, “ice cream” or whatever you want to call it, our favourite dessert is so simple – its frozen fruit blitzed in a NutriBullet (or high-speed blender) with homemade yoghurt and it is absolutely delicious, … Continue reading
This is a healthy version of the traditional Scottish dessert Cranachan; a decadent combination of whipped cream, raspberries, toasted oats, honey and whisky. Originally a dessert, it could also be served up as a refreshing breakfast but probably best not … Continue reading