I cook with lemon all the time, but I rarely bake with it, and I thought it was about time to change that! I set out to find the perfect lemon bars – a recipe that wasn’t too sweet but still really showed off the tangy lemon flavour – and these are the result. Scroll down for more pictures, hope you enjoy! Continue reading
Do you like peanut butter and cookies and no mess? Or, are you are looking for something quick and easy? Either way, this recipe is right for you. It’s got three ingredients and is possibly the easiest cookie recipe I’ve ever encountered – the hardest part is getting the peanut butter out of the measuring cup! Scroll down for more pictures, hope you enjoy!
When I first encountered this recipe, I wasn’t sure of how I felt about bananas in my cookies. In my head, bananas only belonged in muffin and bread recipes, but I am happy to have been proved wrong. These cookies are awesome and versatile, great for snacks or even as a breakfast. Scroll down for more pictures, hope you enjoy! Continue reading
Every now and then you need something over-the-top, something decadent, something that makes you say ‘OMG’. When you’re next in one of those moods, this is the recipe for you. This recipe is delicious and definitely a crowd pleaser, if you’re nice enough to share. Hope you enjoy!
Everyone loves a soft cookie, and these gingersnaps deliver by using coconut oil combined with rich and nutty brown butter. They have just the right amount of ginger, and they really shine when rolled in the sugar – hope you enjoy!
Bananas are great, but I can never seem to finish a bunch. I always end up having a few that are too brown to eat, but yet they’re perfect for baking – what a shame! I call these BOD muffins because their standout ingredients are: bananas, oats, and dates. The recipe produces light and fluffy muffins with a great texture from the oats, and the sour cream makes it not too sweet but works perfectly with the dates and bananas. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading
This recipe is so easy and delicious, it’s a great one to have up your sleeve. It’s very versatile – great as a snack, perfect as a gift, even bring it to a dinner party for dessert! My only note is that I recommend you keep it refrigerated until serving, as the chocolate has a better snap that way. Hope you enjoy!
I love chocolate and I love coconut, put them together and I am very happy. This recipe is not only simple and delicious, it is dairy and gluten free, so it’s a crowd pleaser for everyone. Hope you enjoy!
I’ve got quite a sweet tooth and love food, which means that I’m often snacking on chocolate, cookies and other sweet things that aren’t exactly great for me. When I made my Nana’s Date Square recipe, I discovered that I really like Medjool dates, which is awesome because they’re a great and natural way to sweeten recipes – they’re even a great source of antioxidants! I set out to make a healthier snack and created these awesome, no-bake, Medjool date bars. The Medjool dates and apples hold the bars together, and the coconut, puffed quinoa and Marcona almonds really add great flavour. They’re perfect for any time, anywhere – hope you enjoy! Continue reading
I saw this table online and had to share it, two of my favourite things! Wine and cheese are so good together it sometimes seems like they were made for each other. This guide is a great help for all seasons, tastes, and preferences, hope you enjoy! Continue reading