Lovely Soft and Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Jun05

Lovely Soft and Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Lovely Soft and Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies are the BEST! Especially when they are warm and fresh from the oven. Filling the kitchen with the gentle aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg….. I could go on and on about these cookies. They have become firm favourites in my household, because they are that good and I know you will love them too.     So hands up everyone who loves soft batch cookies! I know I do especially when they are...

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Maple Banana Overnight Oats {Vegan and GF}
May05

Maple Banana Overnight Oats {Vegan and GF}

If you need a quick and easy breakfast for you and your family that can be made in advance and served up in a matter of minutes or even taken on the go. Then these Maple Banana Overnight Oats are just the trick for you! My ship has docked back in my home port and I have been commuting to my ship every morning and trust me when I tell you at 5.45am the last thing on my mind is food. But come 7.30am I am famished and have missed...

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Homemade Coffee Syrups
Apr28

Homemade Coffee Syrups

We all love our fancy pant’s coffee’s. Vanilla latte? Yes please! Gingerbread Americano or Cinnamon flat white? Oh yes I’ll take one of each! There is plenty of choice but all at a cost. These delicious fancy coffees that have become a part of modern life are not cheap. And to help you recreate one at home they sell you expensive bottles of syrups to flavour your coffees. Well no more can they get away with that...

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Gingerbread Cupcakes with Ginger Cream Cheese Frosting
Dec23

Gingerbread Cupcakes with Ginger Cream Cheese Frosting

Its only hours till Christmas day and if you are a well organised person then I am sure you are sitting down right now and enjoying the calm before the festive storm. 😀 If you are more like me, then you are running around trying to get everything done before the shops are completely stripped bare and you find yourself fighting in the isle with some other mad woman over the last bag of brussel sprouts. This is how this recipe has come...

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Apple Pear and Pumpkin Skillet Pie
Nov11

Apple Pear and Pumpkin Skillet Pie

As I previously mentioned in my skillet pumpkin cornbread post I have not long acquired my cast iron skillet and I already love it. It’s such a versatile piece of kitchen equipment, it may be expensive but I definitely feel it’s worth its weight in gold. And its really great for making pies, because it heats so evenly I have found it really helps you stop getting the dreaded pie soggy bottom! It cooked this apple pear and pumpkin...

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Non Alcoholic Apple Cider
Nov04

Non Alcoholic Apple Cider

My last post may have also been a lovely warming drink (Spicy Nutella Hot Chocolate) but when the colder weather starts to roll in there is nothing better than snuggling up in your pyjamas with the fire roaring on full blast and a hot drink in your hand. My non alcoholic apple cider is a fruity warming little spicy number to help keep the cold at bay.  A Little Spicy All the spices in this drink are wintery warming spices, cinnamon,...

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Skillet Pumpkin Cornbread
Sep30

Skillet Pumpkin Cornbread

Even though I am still at sea (hopefully my voyage has not been extended and I am heading home right now as you read this, fingers crossed. I will definitely be going mad with the lack of connectivity and I will be missing my kitchen!) Autumn is now in full swing and all the fall goodies will be stocked in the shops. With this in mind I wanted to try and keep my recipes as seasonal as possible. Luckily canned pumpkin is available all...

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Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Sep19

Carrot Cake Cupcakes

I have a little bit of a confession to make, these were meant to be whoopie pies. Do you remember them? For a while there they were really popular. I have only once had them on my site (Pumpkin Whoopie Pies) and I really like them, bigger than cupcakes but smaller than a slice of cake. It’s like having a mini cake all to yourself 😀 But when I popped these in the oven they spread like mad and became one big splurge on the baking...

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