I remember growing up having sweet little cereal bites made out of cornflakes. I had no idea what they were called, but apparently they’re called Honey Joys, and I just created a loaded, gluten free and vegan friendly version of them! Go me!
Pasta has always been a favourite meal of mine. All Italian based foods, actually. Loved them! I’d eat them for breakfast! Well.. If I wasn’t eating cereal, of course. Some things just don’t change…… Continue reading
While I didn’t have the biggest sweet tooth growing up, one thing I absolutely loved was a solid slice of my Mum’s cheesecake. And then my sister began making cheesecakes of a HUGE variety (Toblerone, being her speciality) and I really enjoyed them too! But growing up with hereditary high cholesterol and being dairy intolerant made this a rare delicacy.. And a painful one at that!
I haven’t made many one-pot meals (no pasta based dishes, anyway) that I can remember, and after whipping this bad boy up, I am incredibly confused as to why! IT’S SO EASY! And delicious. And well, hello?! One-pot means less dishes, and I don’t know about you, but that’s always a win in my book.
A solid morning or afternoon ‘cuppa’ would not be complete without a little snack alongside! Usually, I would suggest a cookie of sorts, but sometimes you need something a little heartier with a bit more oomph, and to me, no other treat says ‘oomph’ quite like a classic muffin. Continue reading
A fond memory for lots of us Aussies out there is eating fish and chips at the beach. Well, it sure is a fond memory for me and many others in my family, anyway! It was a ritual, almost expected, especially when we visited my gorgeous Nan at her home along the north coast. Continue reading
A sweet and nutty take on a classic side dish, this slaw is delicious, simple, and packed full of nutrient dense ingredients that will compliment just about any meal! Continue reading