A gorgeous granola with extra crispy twangs from the tiny buckwheat seeds, chewiness from the dried figs and Speculoos-style comfort from the intense muscovado – this is just such a heart-warming treat to have in the mornings (or any time of day as a matter of fact). Definitely something to try, not only with your breakfast yoghurt, but also as a salad topping or with as a garnish on your roasted chicken breast. Granola is such a versatile product and it’s just so quick to make a large batch which will last you for days.
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I was so excited about the amazing effects of aquafaba on my test with the Deliciously Dark Chocolate Vegan Brownies, that I immediately tried it out on these gorgeous blondies. Honestly, I really can’t decide which I prefer between the two, but the good thing with these blondies are their versatility: you can easily use them as a gluten-free substitute for brioche for breakfast, and have them with nutella or jam – yum.
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Gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free; there are litterally three components to this recipe: seeds, salt and water. Deadly easy to make, a healthy alternative to chips for your dips and WAY more delicious than those dry and crumbly ready-made gluten-free biscuit crackers. Make a big batch and keep them in an airtight container for a nutritious snack – it’s only got the good stuff in it!
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A healthy alternative to the store-bought granola that contains who-knows-what kind of oils – this recipe possesses the many benefits and virtues of the wonderful coconut oil.
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Very French and very excellent – a true crowd pleaser! And I have to ask you please, pleaaaase to make the lemon curd rather than buy the ready made stuff – this is so much tastier!!
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Too early to be feeling Christmasy??
Naaaah, it’s never too early!
So if you too want to see the bright side of the current dreary English weather, whip up this pie, get in your cosy PJs and extra fluffy woolly socks and curl up with a book, a cup of tea and a slice of this:
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No need to worry about uneven rising, straight buttering, over-cooking or any of the hassle that usually goes with soufflés – this recipe calls for minimal amount of ingredients (which you probably already have in your fridge), it is cheap and there is absolutely no baking required. In other words, this is the ideal recipe for those of you who, like me, have a rubbish oven and no proper grocery store near your house. Oh, and most important of all – no flour necessary! Totally gluten-free.
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Ready to feast on in less than 5 minutes (if you’re impatient, like me). But to make it even better, leave it in the fridge 24h to firm up and get all mixed and mingled and delicious. This really is the easiest dessert to make, ever – so enjoy!
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Have you ever had pepper in a dessert? Yes, pepper. It is a dream. I’ve been wanting to find a way to incorporate it with fruit and what better way to do so than with a simple tart?
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