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Homemade Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise

Why buy store-bought mayonnaise when it takes no time at all to make this homemade version? As long as you follow the method, it’s basically foolproof. Ingredients 2 egg yolks, from large eggs, at room temperature 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard Juice of 1 lemon Good […]

Savoury Pumpkin Bread

Savoury Pumpkin Bread

This delicious bread celebrates one of my favourite veggies – pumpkin, and is the perfect way to start your day. Best served toasted Makes 1 loaf Ingredients 500 g grated pumpkin/ butternut squash 4 large eggs, whisked 3 tbsp olive oil 150 g almond meal […]

Apple & Berry Crumble

Apple & Berry Crumble

Serves 4 – 6 Ingredients 800 g peeled and cored granny smith apples, chopped into 1-inch pieces 1 cinnamon stick 1/3 cup water 150 g frozen raspberries (or blackberries or blueberries) 120 g ground almonds 50 g tapioca flour 50 g flaked almonds 40 g […]

Dark Chocolate Brownies

Dark Chocolate Brownies

What can I say – everyone loves a good brownie. Rich, fudgy & super chocolaty, these won’t last long once you’ve made them. Ingredients 180 g coconut oil, melted 100 g raw cacao powder 125 g ground sunflower seeds 4 large eggs 180 g maple […]

Cauliflower Mash

Cauliflower Mash

This is one of my favourite things to make, and perfect for the cooler months. It couldn’t be simper to make, either. I love this with any slow cooked meat, with a sunday roast, or even for topping a shepherd’s pie! This is comfort food […]

Ingredients & Food Philosophy

Ingredients & Food Philosophy

Here are some of the ingredients that I like to use in my recipes: Eggs – Are large, unless otherwise stated. I use free-range eggs at the minimum. Vegetables & fruit – Try to eat what is local and in season, as it will be […]

Measurements & useful equipment

Measurements & useful equipment

Here’s a handy little guide to recipe measurements* that may be useful! *Note – these are US measurements. tsp = teaspoon = 5ml tbsp = tablespoon = 15ml 1 cup = 240ml Celsius = (Fahrenheit – 32) x (5/9) Fahrenheit = ((9/5) x Celsius) + […]