Classic apple crisp gets upgraded with fresh figs and grapes for a delightfully fresh and fruity dessert. Ripe autumnal figs are delicious, but cooked figs are out of this world; their sticky crimson juices perfectly complement crisp fall apples and syrupy grapes. Add almonds for extra crunch! Try this simple dessert and enjoy all the best flavours of the season.
Drinking infused waters is a way of saluting the desire to kick off a healthy new year; infused waters add flavour to plain water and taste great without changing the calorie content! Moreover, spa waters look so cute that they will make you drink your daily water pleasantly! I am presenting to you a selection of nine detox waters that have been infused with fruits and herbs. Treat yourself to infused waters and make the act of drinking water feel like a luxury!
Crème de marrons is a glamorous dessert and a perfect festive, vegan and gluten-free centerpiece for Christmas/New Year’s Eve breakfast party! Chestnut cream is a versatile indulgence: a rich and nutty spread, a delicious cake/biscuit/crêpe filling, an incredible sweet addition to smoothies.
Indulge yourself with this festive chestnut and mushroom stew, while you celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday and the festive season with family and friends; this is the perfect vegan and gluten-free main dish that will make your Christmas merry and bright! Chestnut and mushroom stew is the quintessence of winter flavors: savory chestnuts, sweet baby onions, rich-fleshed winter tomatoes and earthy mushrooms combined with an oriental aroma of spices.
As Halloween comes closer, let’s honour the chthonic goddess of the underworld, Hecate. Hecate is a dark goddess in ancient Greek religion and mythology. Hecate’s Black Tart is perfect for a witch’s feast and a Halloween party! Hecate’s Black Tart with its rich and sweet pumpkin-chocolate filling and its soft-chewy molasses crust is vegan and sugar-free!
Retro molasses biscuits are crunchy on the outside with a chewy cinnamon-sugar coating and soft on the inside. Try this recipe and you will be surprised how easy and simple it is! My Retro Molasses Biscuits recipe is easy, quick, and healthy and calls for simple ingredients. Infuse your home with a warm biscuit fragrance; the house is filled with a fragrant autumnal bouquet of cinnamon, clove, and orange when baking these biscuits. And as the autumnal weather begins to take hold, celebrate the Autumnal Equinox by baking retro molasses biscuits.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane with these retro carob biscuits! They have a naturally sweet and earthy flavour and are the best for dunking in tea or coffee. You can always fall back on that old favourite, carob biscuits for a good family breakfast. Your kids will love them and you will love how simple they are to make!
Chocolate Tahini Cookies are crunchy, loaded with nutty flavor, and laced with melting dark chocolate. Dark chocolate and whole sesame tahini make a decadent combination. The chewy, rich, and luxurious like velvet chocolate tahini cookies are gluten-free and a healthy treat!
Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie is pure aromatherapy; the scent of almonds and walnuts fills the whole house! This is a very light dessert and it is perfect for a healthy snack at work. A cup of chamomile tea pairs beautifully with a slice of Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie.