I could think of few better desserts to whip up as I sit here on this chilly day wearing four layers and my thickest socks! When the temperature drops and the rain clouds roll… More
Happy Monday everyone! We’ve reached the end of the Nature’s Source series and I hope you’ve enjoyed the recipes as much I’ve loved putting them together. We’re finishing off with something chocolatey and delicious – a chocolate crunch smoothie bowl.
This week I’m teaming up once again with Nature’s Source to bring you another fabulous recipe. Granola is, of course, the hero and these apple, cinnamon and granola breakfast tarts are simply perfect for adding the wow factor to your next brunch or to enjoy as a light dessert. The best part is that they are deceptively simple to whip together!
A new week and a brand new granola recipe, yay! I am loving the recipes so far and hope you are too. I’ve got another fabulous one today and if you are a chocoholic like me then you’ll definitely want to try this one. Read on!
Happy Monday foodies! I hope that your weekend was excellent and that you are ready to jump into the new week. As crazy as it may sound I actually look forward to Mondays and the opportunity to start fresh and tackle my goals for the week… but not before a good breakfast, ha ha! And that’s where Nature’s Source comes in – they have a huge range of delicious granola products to choose from, and many ways to use them as I am about to show you.
I am so excited to announce a brand new recipe series that is starting on the blog today! It’s no secret that I am a hopeless granola addict, and for this series I have teamed up with Nature’s Source to bring you a bunch of delicious recipes and a few different ways of enjoying your granola.
The Easter weekend is almost upon us and today’s recipe is packed with all the chocolate and all of the treats. I’ve included dark chocolate as well as Chuckles and speckled eggs (two of my weaknesses) for good measure in these rich and gooey Easter brownies. This is the type of recipe I reserve just for special occasions, and if you’re looking for a weekend splurge you have come to the right place!
If the walls of boxes filled with marshmallow eggs and armies of foil wrapped Easter bunnies piled high in the shops weren’t enough of a reminder, Easter is just around the corner! Autumn is probably my favourite season of the year, and Easter is definitely a highlight. I love the weather, the autumn colours of the trees, the cooler evenings, and of course – the food!
Chickpea fudge has been around for a little while and after wanting to try it out for some time I finally got around to putting together this recipe. You might be thinking that the words “chickpea” and “fudge” don’t seem like they belong together, but I was pleasantly surprised at how delicious this fudge is and I have made it a few times already. My family, especially the kids, really love it too!