Overnight Oats are without a doubt my favourite thing to have at breakfast. Quick to make, delicious and filling, there’s not much I can say bad about them! In the winter, I love experimenting with warm and cosy flavours like these chocolate chai overnight oats.
To help curb my very apparent nut butter obsession, I’ve updated these yummy peanut butter & raspberry blondies for you lovely lot.
Say hello to these gluten free chocolate & banana hazelnut pancakes. Hands down the most perfect breakfast for those who can’t decide on one flavour!
All hail the glorious gluten free banana waffles! Crispy on the outside and soft in the middle, these waffles are truly scrumptious. They’re so quick to throw together which makes them perfect for any last minute brunch plans you have with friends and family. Like most of my recipes, these waffles are made with ingredients you probably already have in your food cupboard – win win!
Anyone else feeling ridiculously cold at the moment? Although the snow weather warnings have been coming in thick and fast, I’ve not seen any settling nor have I had a snow day yet! To keep myself warm in the mornings, I’ve been making this simple gluten free winter porridge on repeat, and it’s definitely doing its job by making me feel all cosy and warm inside!
Happy beginning of December, aka CHRISTMAS MONTH!
The festivities are in full swing – I’ve put up the Christmas tree & decorations, umpteen amounts of hot chocolate and gingerbread lattes have been consumed and Christmas music has been playing at the gym. It’s safe to say life is pretty good at the moment!
This granola is honestly one of the best recipes I’ve ever created! The problem I find with most healthier homemade granola is that there’s less honey/golden syrup than in traditional recipes. This means there aren’t as many crunchy clusters, which we all know is the best bit!
Well you know what my answer is? PUMPKIN PUREE.
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.