Halloween and Bonfire Night have both passed, which means there are limited weeks left until we go a little crazy and turn the country into a Santa’s Grotto Christmas extravaganza! Which is why I’m trying to create as many autumnal recipes before the hard-core Christmas baking kicks in!
This week I’m sharing a delicious, crunchy breakfast treat: my gluten free chocolate almond butter granola.
It’s snack time in the Oat So Delicious household this week, mainly due to an abundance of Perkier snacks from last weeks event in London!, However, I’m now a little bit obsessed with these delicious almond butter stuffed dates…
I feel like snacks get a bad rep sometimes. We’re told to eat hearty, filling meals so we don’t feel the need to snack in-between courses. However, I don’t remember the last time I lasted from lunch to dinner without a little nibble of something in-between!
It’s been two weeks since I’ve posted on this blog, and I have to say it’s been lovely having a break! I’ve had a lot on mind the last couple of weeks, and something has to give in order for me to not completely melt down with stress.
Happy 1 year Blogiversary to Oat So Delicious!
Ok, it’s not quite my blogiversary today – this was actually at the beginning of March, but being the busy bee that I am I completely forgot to celebrate!
Yes yes yes to these pancakes! I love them so much that I’ve been making them most weekends just to feel warm and cosy and more autumnal. I’d never tried figs until around a month ago – the first time I ate them they were fresh so weren’t overly sweet. However I roasted them for this recipe and what a difference! They’re sweet, sticky and have such a vibrant colour. Served with homemade almond butter, coconut yogurt and a sprinkle of crumble – it’s autumn on a plate.