Must lower sugar than the usual fair and no melted butter or oil this time, just some delicious butter milk. I love these paired with a bowl of my favourite Greek Style yoghurt. Peach Spelt and Almond Muffins 3 peaches stoned and sliced 3 tbsp water (optional see below) 1tbsp brown sugar (Optional see below) If the peaches are not ripe, then toss with the … Continue reading Peach Spelt and Almond Breakfast Muffins
Apples Spices and Honey – a match made in heaven. The days are closing in and there is the hint of autumn on the way which makes these a perfect weekend dessert. Oven at 170C Makes 12 150ml water 100g honey 70g butter 1tsp ginger syrup (Optional) 220g flour 40g coconut sugar or brown sugar 11/2 tsp mixed spice zest of an orange 1tsp baking … Continue reading Pain D’Epice with Autumn Apples
The lanes and fields are lined with blackberries and this is a perfect tart to showcase their beauty. I have picked loads and open froze them before popping into bags in the freezer to keep over the next few months. I love them in smoothies and they are great for enhancing the taste of the more robust tasting green vegetables which are good to include … Continue reading Blackberry Bakewell Tart
Gluten Free baking can be a challenge at times – sometimes the end result is a bit dry. The banana in these makes sure that doesn’t happen, just make sure they are really ripe before using. This is a super easy recipe and versatile, throw into a loaf tin or muffin cases if you are in a real hurry. They are beautiful just out of … Continue reading Banana Loaves with chocolate chips
So it’s winter here, the rain is lashing down, there are storm warnings and flood warnings in place. If it was February I would understand, but it’s June….. And by the way we are out of the soccer. If it’s one thing we Irish have in droves, it’s our optimism about our ability to punch above our weight when it comes to soccer. Sadly that … Continue reading A Cauliflower bake for the winter weather..