Homemade Pumpkin Granola
Oct13

Homemade Pumpkin Granola

I hadn’t realised it had been so long since I last shared a granola recipe with you guys. I make this stuff all the time in different flavours, but I quite often forget to share. But while I was happily eating a bowl of this Homemade Pumpkin Granola I realised I needed to share this one. 24 hours after making it, my house still smells of pumpkin and cinnamon. Its heavenly! Why buy expensive candles just make this stuff instead....

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Christmas Morning Muffins
Dec16

Christmas Morning Muffins

Welcome to my new morning obsession, Christmas morning muffins! If you are anything like me, come Christmas morning you want a treat for breakfast but none of the hassle of making it. It’s a busy enough day as it is and spending hours over a stove in the morning is just not my idea of fun. But I want something a little more fancy then a bowl of cornflakes but not so filling that I can’t eat my Christmas dinner. These...

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Homemade Cranberry Relish
Dec12

Homemade Cranberry Relish

Tis the season to be jolly tra la la la la la...  Its almost Christmas, not long to go until we are all stuffing our faces, hanging out with family and watching all the Christmas specials on TV and hopefully a good day will be had by all. But before we get to that I want to share with you my homemade cranberry relish, its super easy to make and it’s so good. I just hope I don’t eat it all before Christmas. Then again its...

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White Chocolate and Cranberry Popcorn
Apr23

White Chocolate and Cranberry Popcorn

I don’t know about you but I got quite a bit of chocolate for Easter and while I enjoy eating chocolate (who doesn’t?) I don’t like to eat too much of it just as it is, especially when there are so many wonderful things you can do with it. Like melt it down and cover some lovely fresh popcorn with it 🙂 chuck a little dried fruit in with it and you can almost kid yourself it’s a health food! Only kidding…....

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Winter Exotic Fruit Pie
Jan26

Winter Exotic Fruit Pie

After researching and writing my 2014 food trends article, I wanted to try as many things off the list as possible and when I first found out exotic fruit was going to be on the list I knew I had to do something with that. I love all fruit especially mangos and passion fruit but I didn’t want to forget what lovely fruits winter has to offer.   Fruit I have used a lot of these fruits in recent recipes but they are so tasty and...

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Honey Baked Apples
Jan20

Honey Baked Apples

This is a very old fashioned British dessert. Some serve it with ice cream but more traditionally you will see it served with custard, while I am a fan of both of these things I wanted to tweak mine a little so I would have enough juices without having to add anything to it in the end. By doing this I have made this a far more healthier option for you and me 😀 and a healthy dessert is always a good thing. The beauty of this dessert is...

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Honey Preserved Fruit
Jan13

Honey Preserved Fruit

I wanted to have a chance to enjoy some of the currant seasonal fruits during the spring and even into summer. I love cranberries, kumquats and physalis in particular and they are only fresh at this time of year. So I decided to preserve some, but I didn’t want to use alcohol. I don’t have a problem with alcohol preserved fruits I just didn’t want to do it this time. After doing some research I discovered that long ago, families would...

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Apple and Cranberry Pie
Jan06

Apple and Cranberry Pie

Some flavours are classic and timeless like orange and lemon, banana and caramel, cheese and onion the list goes on, one of my favourites especially this time of year when the ingredients are in season is apple and cranberry. Pie Pie is a great food; it can be enjoyed hot or cold, sweet or savoury. I love a good fruit pie fresh, sweet and actually not all that bad for you, especially the pies I make. I never have the pastry crust very...

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