Using raw milk and the freshest local eggs, this is a dish made in heaven. It’s fructose free as it only uses glucose based sweeteners so it has a subtle sweetness. Divine.
Based on my pecan brittle recipe, this is a no-nut crisp and sweet alternative. It’s also packed with loads of vitamins and Omega 3 fat.
Using rice syrup as the sweetener these are beyond delicious. Made and frozen in 30 minutes they make a nice dinner party petit four.
Bit like flapjacks, but better. I tend to find any kind of ‘health’ bar you can buy has one or more ingredient that I don’t want to eat.
Gluten and fructose free, I defy anyone to be able to tell the difference between this and a pie that has the conventional detrimental to health ingredients.
Great for dipping into tapenade or sunny tomato dip, see links below.
If you don’t want to use quorn chicken pieces you can swap for mixed mushrooms instead. This is quick, easy and very tasty with no MSG unlike the takeaway or shop bought versions.
Colourful and bursting with flavour, this is a lovely looking dish as well as tasting delicious.
These are so easy to make. Try making a batch for breakfast as an alternative to toast or bread.
Quick and easy, this makes a good starter or light lunch.
Making a sourdough starter is not for the feint-hearted. It takes time. But once it is up and running it will last you a lifetime.
Simple, gorgeous and without sugar.