This is an amazing gluten, refined sugar and dairy-free cake recipe that packs a MASSIVE nutritional punch. It is a little bit more complicated to make than most of my recipes (as you probably know I usually like to keep things simple), but in this case the end result – both in terms of taste and nutritional value – makes the effort more than worthwhile. Rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, omega 3’s, selenium and fibre, each of these little buns provides almost complete nutrition. There is a little bit of planning and preparation involved and you will need to think about this a day or so before you want to have the buns ready, but don’t let that put you off!
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I have been playing in the kitchen the last couple of days and have discovered that Amazeballs lend themselves beautifully to Christmas flavours. Joy! Easy as pie to make and full of Christmas cheer, I’m pretty chuffed with these.
This week we have another amazing guest-blogger! It is the lovely and very talented Sarah Murison from the impeccable Two Rose Cottages Bed & Breakfast in Midhurst.
One of the great joys of early Autumn is the comfort and satisfaction that comes from loading the larder shelves with delicious jams and chutneys made from the produce of your own or a friend’s garden. The process itself is wonderfully soothing and simple and then there’s the reward of all that good eating and happy sharing ahead.
Prϋv aficionados will know that I like making cakes and brownies out of the sort of ingredients that most people put in their salads. So you won’t be surprised to know that when I came across the concept of using avocados in baking, I had to give it a go! And here are the fruits of my efforts – Chocolate Avocado Cookies.