Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream
Mar03

Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream

It’s Peanut Butter Bash time again, this time we are mixing our favourite nut butter with jelly or jam, (depending on which country you live in). Even though it is still a little early in the year I decided to make ice cream, yeah I know its still cold outside. But I had a stack of cream that needed using up and I thought what could be better than Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream. Ice cream is a great way to use up a surplus of...

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Slow Cooker Vegan Hot Fudge Sauce Chocolate Cake
Feb29

Slow Cooker Vegan Hot Fudge Sauce Chocolate Cake

I make a lot of dishes from all of my favourite blogs, but I rarely share my results here as they are not my recipes and I like to try and share something new that I have made. But When I made this Slow Cooker Vegan Hot Fudge Sauce Chocolate Cake from Averie’s blog Averie Cooks I knew I had to make it again and share it with you guys.     Vegan, seriously chocolaty, packed full of hot fudge sauce, soft fluffy sponge and...

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Gluten Free Protein Coconut Flour English Pancakes
Feb08

Gluten Free Protein Coconut Flour English Pancakes

Tomorrow in the UK it’s Shrove Tuesday or more commonly known as Pancake Day! Now who doesn’t love a pancake? To celebrate this I was challenged by Holland and Barrett to take part in their ‘Blogger Protein Pancake Challenge’ to make healthier pancakes using the ingredients they send you. That is how these Gluten Free Protein Coconut Flour English Pancakes came about.   First off I didn’t know what a...

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Blackberry Apple Spelt Crumble
Oct27

Blackberry Apple Spelt Crumble

With the cold now creeping in more and more, its not just time to enjoy hot comforting savoury dishes but also time to bring out the warm comforting desserts as well. Blackberry Apple Spelt Crumble is just a small twist on a very traditional British dessert.     Spelt Flour I have to admit to being ignorant of spelt flour for a pretty long time. I only really became aware of it by reading the blog Angie’s Recipes. She uses it in...

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Peanut Butter and Apple Rice Pudding
Oct08

Peanut Butter and Apple Rice Pudding

I am part of a group of bloggers who, each month make a peanut butter treat with a seasonal ingredent and this month my fellow Peanut Butter Bashers and I are mixing it up with apples. If you fancy joining in the fun check out the end of the post for joining details. But before that check out the ultimate autumnal comfort food, Peanut Butter and Apple Rice Pudding. Yes you read that right Peanut Butter and Apple Rice Pudding! Healthy...

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Ice Cream Cake
Aug06

Peanut Butter Chocolate Ice Cream Cake

It’s Peanut Butter Bash time again! This month as it’s the hight of summer the ingredient to play with is ice cream. And this is where this Peanut Butter Chocolate Ice Cream Cake has come from. Standby for a flurry of delicious peanut butter ice cream treats from my fellow bloggers 😀     I have a small confession to make, this one kinda crept up on me. I have recently started a new job and the last month has just flown by....

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Simple Gluten Free Raspberry and Dark Chocolate Crisp
May29

Simple Gluten Free Raspberry and Dark Chocolate Crisp

A simple quick and easy desert is always handy to have in your back pocket, especially one that can go from your pantry to your plate in under 35 minutes! And as an added bonus this delicious dessert is also Gluten Free. Check out this Simple Gluten Free Raspberry and Dark Chocolate Crisp I know you’ll love it!     Raspberries are one of my favourite fruits to use in this kind of dessert, because they are not sickly sweet. They...

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Cherry Rhubarb Pie
Mar20

Cherry Rhubarb Pie

Today is officially the first day of Spring and to celebrate this I am sharing a lovely fruit pie with you. This is one of those bizarre recipes that came together by accident. I had several things that needed to be used up otherwise they were going to go off. I had a roll of sweet short crust pastry sitting in the fridge with only a few days before it went out of date and a couple of sticks of rhubarb I bought on a whim and a can of...

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