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Lotus Biscuit Vegan Muffins

And it doesn't stop there, with a hidden creamy chocolatey ganache centre, and notes of cinnamon biscuit all through, these cakes are a real crowd pleaser! I am not sponsored, but Lotus biscuits and their biscoff spreads are the best way to cheer me up, be it chocolate sandwiched between two lotus biscuits or biscoff… Continue reading Lotus Biscuit Vegan Muffins

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Yoghurt and Cinnamon Dip

With exam season in full swing, and having passed for most of us, this is an amazing thing to surround a mass of revision sheets, celebrate post-exam summer or alternatively, it's a lovely side to puddings or even as a great snack. 1 apple 1 banana 1 large orange 1 cup of plain yoghurt (I… Continue reading Yoghurt and Cinnamon Dip

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Interview with the Baking Nutritionist

Amy has a BSc in human nutrition and a passion for baking ~ hence the name the baking nutritionist on Instagram. She creates incredible recipes with no nonsense ingredients including real flour and dairy. She’s not one for scaremongering and brings her qualifications to plate, literally! 1- When you were younger what did you want… Continue reading Interview with the Baking Nutritionist

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May Favourites

What a month, the 5th month of 2018, exams began, exams ended, sun, days on the beach, days avoiding the rain, Albi being ill, Albi getting better and a whole lot of strawberries and chocolate! First off we have drinks, from the hot weather comes cold drinks, Marks and Spencers Mexican Lime and Lemongrass Presse… Continue reading May Favourites

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The Easiest Vegetable Crisps

After finding some old broccoli in the fridge and a sweet potato not large enough to make some lovely fries, I decided I would love a salty and crispy snack! This is such a simple and super easy recipe, anyone can do it. All you need is a vegetable peeler, a microwave and some tasty veggies!… Continue reading The Easiest Vegetable Crisps