Sometimes you just want to indulge and if like me you’re not a great fan of baking you’ll know that brownies are one of the quickest and easiest ways to get your fix. Today I threw together these gluten free, dairy free and sugar free bites in under an hour – yes it is that easy.
It’s St George’s Day today, which means dragons, balls and cream teas, anything truly British. So I whipped up some of my very own scones for those cream tea needs using Great British Bake Off Judge and master baker l, Mary Berry’s recipe.
It’s springtime which means one thing, hot cross buns. It’s the best bit of this time of year, the warm spice mixed with the sweet raisins toasted and slathered in butter is the perfect company to a warm cup of tea. It’s around this time of year that every supermarket starts selling bags and bags of buns but you can just as easily make them in your own kitchen.
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This delicious dense cake is tangy and delicious using limes, olive oil and Black Swan Dairy Free Greek Yoghurt from Milk and Honey. When I began making this cake I was concerned about the flavour difference from using the dairy free yoghurt but in actual fact you would never even know the difference!
I have tried making ice cream a few times in the past and it has never really worked out, but this time I tried making everything from scratch and, even though it took a whole day, it worked out really well! The flavours in this ice cream are beautiful, subtle and fresh, the Earl Grey comes through with it’s signature lemony bite which is lifted by the lemon zest, vanilla and the sweetness from the sugar. I think this could become a pretty go to recipe for dinner parties because even people who don’t like Earl Grey tea enjoyed this ice cream!
I am not a big baker, I’m not so great at following recipes and measurements, I’m more of a wing it kind of girl but this, this is easy. Irish soda bread is so good and stodgy it is perfect for stews and soups!
So as it gets colder and all those delicious warm foods start making their way out of everyone’s kitchens and you need something to accompany a good hearty winter stew try out this quick and simple recipe:
Yes, bananas and peanut butter. Just peanut butter in general makes everything okay. Of course you can fold in just about anything you want to this mix instead of peanut butter, from nuts to other fruit – go a little bit crazy and share your finished creations in the comments!