A dessert that you can make in the time it takes your baby to nap, is a big yes from me! Stewed fruit is such a simple delight, and I love how versatile crumble can be - you don't need to have it with custard or ice cream (although that's got to be my personal favourite). Crumble is also delicious with chia pudding or as a topping on a bowl of warm oats. This recipe is small batch, so for any more than 4 serves I would recomme...
Baking has become a little dangerous for me since spending a big chunk of my days at home recently. How does one possibly make a fresh batch of muffins and resist eating...them all? It's a challenge, I'll tell you...however luckily Vik is home by 3pm and can help me out by eating a few, too! I'm sure Vik still cannot believe that I have finally made something without chocolate for once. This recipe makes 9 fluffy muffins - enj...
These cookies are a result of some pro-crasti baking, i.e. the baking I do when I should be studying. Although I must admit studying is certainly more enjoyable with a couple of warm cookies! Tahini is made from ground, hulled sesame seeds and has a rich earthy flavour. Honestly I don't love tahini on it's own, however it does add a nice flavour to things such as homemade chocolate, hummus, or in this case, cookies!
Preheat your oven to 170 and line a cake tin with baking paper. Set aside while you combine all of the dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl.
In a separate bowl, mash your bananas, whip your eggs and combine with the coconut milk, olive oil, honey and eggs. Once all combined, create a well in the middle of your dry ingredients. Gently fold the mixture together until there are no lumps, then transfer to the ca...
Homemade pasta! Of course it is a little more effort to make your own, but it can be super fun when you're in the mood - and have a bottle of red handy, and some great music playing. This is a super simple spelt pasta recipe that might even have you wondering why you've never made your own before!
What You Need:
300g white spelt flour
1 tsp salt
Place flour in a bowl and add the salt. Stir to combine and...
You only need to begin a conversation about meat consumption with a group of people to realise you have dived quite deep into a sea of differing, yet equally as strong, opinions and beliefs. When asked why we believe such things, we normally refer back to an article we read in a magazine, the latest health documentary on Netflix, what was said on social media, or the beliefs of a friend shared with us recently. Some of us may...
Who doesn't love a good sausage roll? For many they are the ultimate comfort food, and where better to enjoy one than in the comfort of your own home? For this recipe we used Careme spelt puff pastry - and they turned out so delicious! We also included a cheeky serving of chicken livers - livers really are like a multivitamin, they are just so jam-packed with so many important nutrients. We hope you enjoy!
What's wrong with dairy + nuts? Well...nothing, for most people! Although, maybe you don't have parmesan + pine nuts on hand, maybe you're thinking about school lunches and cannot pack nuts, or maybe you're intolerant to one of the two. So this recipe is a delicous alternative that tastes just as great as the pesto we all know and love.
My absolute favourite part about winter is all of the delicious warming foods. Soups, stews and curries hold a special place in my heart (and belly), so I wanted to share one of my favourite simple soups that is quick to prepare, and will leave you with some tasty left overs too.
1/2 butternut pumpkin
1 sweet potato
2 cups chicken bone broth (you can find our broth recipe here)
3.5 tbsp lakanto sweetener (available at Woolworths and it looks like this)
To get started take out a medium sized bowl and add in the shredded coconut. In a small pan over a low heat on the stove, add the coconut oil, cacao powder and lakanto. Mix well until coconut oil and sweetener have dissolved. Take off the heat and pour into the bowl with shr...