Tuck into this malty spiced loaf cake - one that's just the perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea. It's simple and seriously moist with the finest crumb. What's great is how easily available mixed spice is most supermarkets. What's even greater is how easy this is to whip up and enjoy on autumn days like these.
Who said a fancy Saturday morning brunch couldn't be made in the comfort of your own home? Save yourself the dollar, and most likely the hassle of haggling for gluten-free bread, and whip up this super simple French toast for two.
Leeks are the real hero in this speedy mid-week classic. Tuck into this guiltless bowl of goodness - low on carbs and ideal for packing in your protein.
Who said Mediterranean food couldn't be FODMAP friendly? Trying using leeks instead of onions; gluten-free breadcrumbs; and quinoa instead of bulgar wheat for the same zing and texture. Serves 4 Gather For the keftedes, 500g 5% fat beef mince 100g leeks, finely chopped (remove the white ends) 25g parsley, finely chopped 1 egg 2 tsp… Continue reading Beef keftedes and lemony tabouleh
Giant chocolate chip cookies, anyone? Because why not! A crisp-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside cookie is hard to resist! I turned to Ottolenghi's chocolate chip and pecan cookie recipe, adapted it to make it gluten free and opted for just the chocolate chips and not the nuts. Makes 8 giant cookies Gather, 65g ordinary or lactose free butter… Continue reading Ottolenghi’s giant chocolate chip cookies