I love a flapjack – all gooey and chewy and still sort of good for you.
They are also perfect to give to new Mums – a quick burst of sugar-y energy and the slow release energy of the oats and the oats are also good for milk supply. And they’re easy to [...]
Cake – who doesn’t love it. And a cake you can throw together in a few minutes and that looks like good has to be a winer.
It does keep well – that is if you can stop everyone eating it…
Dairy free chocolate marble cake
200g dairy free spread
There are times when I wonder if Littler is pure, unadulterated trouble is a two foot high vehicle. She just seems to be able to create a degree of trouble that her bigger sister has never even considered let alone put into execution.
It turns out that Littler, in true Littler style, decided to be [...]
Today was the big day – Littler had her skin prick tests.
They weren’t terribly fun (they put drops of potential allergens onto the skin and then prick them in with a sharp thing… which obviously went down well, as you can imagine) but the good news is that you do get to [...]
Apple and blackberry crumble is one of the signs that autumn is coming – warming and tasty and now dairy free. This one was made with blackberries gathered in our local hedges and our home grown apples. Its my husband’s favourite pudding so despite having no kitchen I thought that after and afternoon foraging [...]
The season is changing and its definitely time to start bringing out the comfort food. The only trouble is that most of them are loaded up with dairy products – I can’t quite conjure up a dairy free macaroni cheese (please PLEASE let her be able to eat soya soon so we can have [...]
This is a family favourite – its probably the only thing I’ve ever cooked where Mr Muddling has come back for thirds and if that isn’t a recommendation I don’t know what one is!
You can either make this in one big frying pan or make tiny ones in a well oiled fairy [...]
Tweet One of our treats on holiday is long lazy breakfasts – the girls get their morning injection of Weetabix and then we can have the time to linger over something a bit more substantial. I love fluffy American style pancakes – add in some bacon and maple syrup and they’re the perfect start [...]
I love baking bread but it does take time and if, like me, you tend to start at the top of the jobs list on a Saturday morning, its too late to have fresh bread with lunch by the time you’ve cleared enough of the kitchen to face baking.
When Vanessa at Prepped posted [...]