How to Make: Salted Date Caramel

I’m so excited to be writing my first ever blog series, focusing on ‘how to’ recipes. I’ve been wanting to start a series for a while and wasn’t sure which topic to base it around. As my blog focuses on healthy, gluten free recipes, I thought a series around how to make healthy food cupboard staples would be the most useful! I’m also really interested in creating a lifestyle series talking about living with Coeliac Disease, so let me know in the comments if you’d be interested in reading that!

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Raw Coconut & Raspberry Bars

It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, which means pretty pink food at the Oat So Delicious household! Valentine’s is a bit of a marmite holiday, but whether you have someone to spend it with or not, a bit of self-love can never go wrong in my eyes! What better way to show self-love than make yourself a big batch of yummy raspberry, chocolate and coconut bars?

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Chocolate, Ginger & Pear Porridge

Chocolate, ginger and pear are three of my all time favourite flavours. They’re so wintery and comforting and perfect in this porridge recipe. You may remember my chocolate and pear baked porridge which I made last year – this is a very similar recipe but has the addition of ginger which adds a little spice to the bowl. Baked porridge is the perfect excuse to have cake for breakfast (honestly it’s so similar!) but if you’re looking for the perfect, creamy consistency then stove-top porridge is your answer.

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Cinnamon Spiced Granola

Did I ever mention that granola is my favourite breakfast?

Don’t get me wrong, I love my oats SO much but I don’t remember having breakfast without granola. You can eat it on its own, serve it with yoghurt or simply sprinkle it on top of oats and smoothies – plus it’s the perfect breakfast to take travelling or when you stay round friends or family. This is really handy if they’re not 100% clued up on gluten free/Coeliac issues, as you know exactly what is in it!

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Vegan Christmas Tree Chocolates

If you’re looking for a cute and super easy chocolate Christmas recipe, then these little Christmas tree chocolates are the perfect thing to make! I found this silicone Christmas tree ice cube tray on eBay and I knew it’d be the perfect mould for chocolate bites! Simply melt chocolate chips on the hob with a little bit of coconut oil, pour into your moulds and sprinkle over your toppings. I’ve chosen cranberries and pistachios as a Christmassy red and green theme, but any dried fruit/nut combo would work!

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