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Mojito Loaf Cake

I’m back….after a few months off the blogging circuit I’m finally back with renewed excitement and rearing to go in the creativity department.  Where have I been for the past few months you ask?  I have been photographing a recipe book for a great friend/author Dr Karen S Lee who has written a book for…

Raw Choccie Apples

I remember making toffee apples with my mum as child and they were just SO messy.  Then eating was even worse, the caramel cracked and fell everywhere and the contrast between the sweet sugar caramel and the regular apple was actually unpleasant, to the point that I would eat the caramel and throw away the…

Crispy Fried Green Bananas

In short, these are like churros but healthier…crispy and crunchy on the outside and soft and tasty banana inside.  Ideal for breakfast or a tasty after school snack. I don’t really know where the inspiration came from for this recipe, it sort of hit me in stages yesterday when I was pondering my next recipe. …

Strawberry Magnum Ice-Creams

Now, I know that I have done a similar post recently, but that was actually a strawberry milk and not actually an ice-cream.  In the previous post I mentioned and showed a few pictures of how you can turn it into an ice lolly if you have leftovers or if it’s really hot and you…

Summer Galette

A beautiful and elegant dessert or afternoon treat that is just so simple to whip up.  Use any seasonal fruits available and have fun creating delicious fruity galettes.  You will see from the steps below that the process of making the galette is really simple, just whip together the ingredients for the pastry, roll it…

Blueberry Chia Cups

I can’t say my family are big on chia puddings, purely because they are all so tactile sensitive and the bumpy texture of chia is a bridge to far for them – it literally is gag central for them!  I personally love chia but forget to make it up because it would just be for…