I created this recipe when I first got my thermomix, and have since made it multiple times.
Everyone loves my apple crumble.
I’ve even made it in bulk for a Soupa Sundays at my church! So, to say it’s been taste tested is an understatement, as it’s been extensively taste tested!
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I shared a while ago now Peanut Butter Cookies, which my kids love however as they both go to nut free schools they can’t take them to school. So, as a substitute I started making them as a lunchbox treat with tahini instead of peanut butter.
They are super quick, easy, tasty and made with just 4 ingredients.
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A friend of mine shared this recipe with me quite a while ago, and like many of my recipes from the past year or so, it’s been sitting there waiting to be released to the wide world. She always goes that extra mile when we catch up or when Bella visits to ensure that we have delicious gluten free treats. It’s so delightful! Continue reading Peanut Butter Cookies
Carrying on with the belated Christmas recipes, here is another!
I accidentally crushed too much allspice and didn’t want to bake more gingerbread cookies or cupcakes, so I decided to throw it into some Crinkle Cookies. Hence, Gingerbread Crinkle Cookies came about. Yes, they are sweet, yes they have sugar in them, but as a once off treat they are so good! Continue reading Gingerbread Crinkle Cookies
This is another recipe that I wanted to post towards the end of last year with ample time before Christmas, but honestly it doesn’t need to be Christmas to enjoy them. I love the flavour of gingerbread, but it is time consuming to make, so I added the flavours into cupcakes. It’s a winner all round. Continue reading Gingerbread Cupcakes
I had planned to post this recipe before Christmas but with a slow recovering finger and other projects on the side, it slipped away from me. So, here it finally is! Better late than never!
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Everyone needs to know how to make OR have a good butter icing recipe. It’s the basis for an unlimited flavour of icings and filling in cakes.
Everyone loves my butter icing!
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This slice has been around for years, so I have simply converted it to gluten free. My husband and parents love this slice in all its sweetness. They love the creamy cheesecake layer with the combination of a crunchy crumbly base. I have also made it for some of my non-gluten free friends and they enjoyed it too, so I hope you enjoy it too. Continue reading Passionfruit Slice
Chia puddings are so easy to make, as there is no cooking involved. They are a great way to use up fruit that is getting a little old and you don’t want to throw out, or in our house our kids won’t eat as they start getting a little bruised or darker. I often buy the older misshaped fruit at bargain prices and make chia puddings with them. Continue reading Pear Chia Pudding
So, a few weeks ago, my husband and I celebrated our 20 year wedding anniversary. I can’t believe we have been married for 20 years. The time has actually flown by! We have crammed alot in our 20 years together, and as we were quite young when we got married we have grown together. Continue reading Bubbly Delight