My dear friend who hates all things vegan and constantly renounces me for only “eating air” said these were actually half decent and that I should share the recipe. Much as I hate to say he’s right, doing so means I get to bake and eat them again, so, yeah.
I don’t want to toot my own trumpet, but this banana bread has been called, “The best banana bread I’ve ever eaten.” I’m not going to tell you who said it (they definitely weren’t blood related), but it was said and can’t be taken back. You won’t know if it’s true unless you make it … More Banana Bread
Three ingredient chocolate truffles … More Chocolate truffles
There’s almost nothing better than flapjacks. That buttery, sugary, syrupy deliciousness is melt-in-the-mouth perfection. Thankfully, I recently discovered giving up butter and sugar doesn’t mean you have to give up flapjacks. My version keeps the porridge oats but replaces the butter and sugar whilst adding a nutty dimension with ground almonds, coconut oil and seeds. … More Flapjacks
Yes, you’ve guessed it, these “millionaire’s shortbread” are completely dairy and refined sugar-free. But don’t worry, I handed them out to a few people in the office and all of them said they couldn’t tell they were healthy, so there’s that.
I can’t take credit for these as I’ve largely poached the recipe from Deliciously Ella. However, I have made a few tweaks that I think improve them. They’re a great treat and are packed full of healthy ingredients.
Say what you like about Nigella Lawson because whatever the press or the haters are howling, she makes the meanest Chocolate Fudge Cake around. It’s dairy-filled, decadent and completely and utterly delicious- three essential criteria when it comes to cake. Below is a slight adaptation on the recipe from her book ‘Nigella Bites’.
I developed this recipe from a collection of Carrot Cake recipes and it has proved to be very popular indeed. The combination of the sweetly-spiced sponge with the slightly tangy icing makes it appealing for any palate. The use of oil over butter means that as far as cakes go, this is a healthy one.
After a couple of wonderfully busy weekends spent with my dearest friends, this week, I’m taking a time out. My motto seems to be if you can’t fill your time with friends, fill it with food, and with this in mind I’ve spent some much needed alone time in in the kitchen.
I’m pretty much always in the mood for baking. Sometimes, I’m happy for it to be a two-hour long affair, but there are times when I just fancy a quickie. Here’s a great recipe for healthy(ish) Oatmeal Cookies that take 10 minutes to prepare, 18 mins to cook, and about 20 seconds to devour.