Having tired of half-full packets of nuts and dust falling out of the kitchen cupboard and making a mess on the floor, I decided to get rid of them. Despite feeling the urge to throw them in the bin, I’m attempting to not waste any food, so found a recipe for crackers. And I’m rather glad I did. Continue reading →
I’m always on the lookout for toddler friendly sweet treats, and with a couple of bananas looking a little worse for wear I came across this sugar-free banana and date flapjack recipe from those helpful ladies at mumsnet. Not only is it sugar free, it’s also dairy-free as you use vegetable oil instead of butter. Continue reading →
Flicking through the pages of another of my favourite cookbooks, Vegetarian by Alice Hart, I was inspired to make Alice’s toasted honey and pumpkin seed granola with yoghurt.
I usually start the day with a bowl of porridge – it’s the toddler’s favourite breakfast and I’m quite partial to it myself – however, with the mornings getting lighter and brighter I fancied a change. Continue reading →