Chocolate Hot Cross Buns after Yellow and Green Hot Cross Buns? Well, why not. I usually try to mix the recipes I’m sharing, but with Easter approaching, I thought is better to share them now. I saw some similar hot cross buns last year somewhere (can’t remember where, or I would have linked), and I
I was very pleased with how my Yellow and Green Hot Cross Buns turned out. Their taste is great too. The only issue is that the colour is not very intense, but that might be because I used no food colouring, only superfoods. For the yellow one I’ve used turmeric and for the green one
Last week a colleague of mine was looking for some vegan desserts to buy, not knowing if the supermarkets still open would stock something suitable. So I came up with this idea for a very quick Vegan Chocolate Dessert. The recipe takes only 2 minutes to make and it requires only 4 ingredients. My suggestion
I saw this recipe for Kladdkaka on Jennie’s blog, lifestyledbyjennie and I knew I have to make it. It’s that delicious chocolate cake from Ikea. I get that each time I’m shopping there. As yesterday was Women’s Day, my husband made this cake for me (us). So, this is a sort of a guest post.
I was asked to create a recipe with Turmeric*. My first thought was to make something savoury, but, then, I changed my mind and came up with this Turmeric loaf idea. Turmeric is not only healthy, with a lovely flavour, but it also has a great colour, and I wanted to celebrate that in my
Peanut butter cheesecake brownies are my version of a recipe I saw on Chez Maximka. Her recipe looked so good that I wanted to try it. The peanut butter cheesecake part of it tastes so much like a peanut butter cheesecake. The brownie bit is just like a standard brownie, and the combination of the
Vegan Banana Split is one of those recipes I’m not sure I should even share because they are so simple. But this is a dessert lower in sugar which, for me, counts towards the 5-a-day. Usually desserts shouldn’t be taken into consideration, but as this has only a small amount of added sugar, I’m counting