This recipe was created after I challenged a client to bake without added sugar. The bars are lovely and sweet, made with maple syrup and malt extract.
These are lovely soft and moist buns and they have a really interesting taste, so you could just have them on their own. I’ve made them for breakfast as they are much quicker than traditional white rolls. They are brilliant as burger buns as they are slightly dense and so stand up to a meat … Continue reading Carrot and Cumin Bread Rolls
Make these as spicy as you dare, perfect for brunch, great if you are a little hung-over!
I make up as many bowls of Overnight Oats as I can, then we have a ready-to-go healthy breakfast or snack
For all of us that try to eat the rainbow beetroot is a great vegetable. It is even better when juiced, add to that apples for sweetness and ginger for zing and you have the perfect wake-me-up juice. This juice is particularly good for pregnancy, beetroot is a good source of folate (a naturally occurring … Continue reading Beetroot Boost Juice
After a short retirement I'm back, a 6.45am gym session this morning was a bit of a shock, but I'm feeling fired up for a big day today.
I talk so much about this breakfast and get such a response from friends when I post pictures on social media that everyone who stays with us insists on trying them, which suits me as it gets me out of cooking after what has usually been a heavy night out. There are other things on … Continue reading Infamous Yorkshire Pudding Breakfast
Breakfast like a king Oats are my 'go to' breakfast, they take no time to prepare the night before. This means I don't have to think in the morning, I just grab and go. When I'm working I rarely get up early enough to eat before I leave so these easy oats mean that I … Continue reading Easy Oats