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This Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Blondies recipe is what you need when a craving for something sweet strikes and you want something baked - and quickly.  #baking #blondies#glutenfree #chocolate #easyrecipe

This Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Blondies recipe is what you need when a craving for something sweet strikes and you want something baked – and quickly. To be honest that doesn’t often happen to me. I’ve not got much of a sweet tooth. I will however eat you under the table when it comes to …

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Spice up your hummus game with Indian spices and lentils to make dal hummus. A most perfect dip and spread for healthy, vegan, snacks and lunches. Spread this dip on wraps or use it to plunge in fresh vegetables and bread.

Spice up your hummus game with Indian spices and lentils to make dal hummus. A most perfect dip and spread for healthy, vegan, snacks and lunches. Spread this dip on wraps or use it to plunge in fresh vegetables and bread. Good old hummus. Reliable hummus. A constant feature on our grocery shopping list this …

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Start the day right with a breakfast of creamy vanilla bean porridge topped with turmeric chai tea figs.

In collaboration with Yogi Tea Start the day right with a breakfast of creamy vanilla bean porridge topped with turmeric chai tea figs. As some of you know, I’ve long been a vocal cheerleader for turmeric. Not only have I created many recipes featuring this hugely useful spicy root, I have written on its medicinal …

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A slightly sweet, vegan chocolate mousse made with aquafaba and protein-packed peanut butter powder. Easy, light and perfect for a family or special occasion dessert. Top with crushed salted peanuts or pretzels for a flavour and texture contrast.

4A slightly sweet, vegan chocolate mousse made with aquafaba and protein-packed peanut butter powder. Easy, light and perfect for a family or special occasion dessert. Top with crushed salted peanuts or pretzels for a flavour and texture contrast. I bet you thought I had disappeared off the blogosphere. Nope, I’ve just been in Japan! For the second year …

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Lower carb avocado, rainbow vegetable and prawn-filled Vietnamese summer rolls are perfect dipped into silky peanut-tamarind dip. An easy, healthy appetizer, starter or light supper. Swap prawns for marinated tofu for a vegan option.

Lower carb avocado, rainbow vegetable and prawn-filled Vietnamese summer rolls are perfect dipped into silky peanut-tamarind dip. An easy, healthy appetizer, starter or light supper. Swap prawns for marinated tofu for a vegan option. Apologies if you have come looking for a photo post on my idyllic Scottish Outer Hebrides trip. I had underestimated how …

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Soft savory pancakes of roasted aubergine, onion marmalade and summer herbs, barely held together with a whisper of flour and eggs, and served with a smear of sweet red pepper sauce. Make-ahead steps and a do-everything sauce = easy summer lunches and appetizers.

Soft savory pancakes of roasted aubergine, caramelized onions and summer herbs, barely held together with a whisper of flour and eggs, and served with a smear of sweet red pepper sauce. Make-ahead steps and a do-everything sauce = easy summer lunches and appetizers. Midsummer is fast approaching. I don’t know about you but all of a …

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On hot days cool noodle dishes are just the thing to satisfy a yearning for something nutritious, colorful and easy. This low-carb ramen noodle-style salad ticks all of the taste boxes: spiralized vegetables, thinly sliced omelette, colorful crunchy add-ins and zesty Japanese dressing. Perfect for lunches in the garden, picnics in a cool forest or workday lunchboxes too.

On hot days cool noodle dishes are just the thing to satisfy a yearning for something nutritious, colorful and easy. This low-carb, ramen noodle-style salad ticks all of the taste boxes: spiralized vegetables, thinly sliced omelette, colorful crunchy add-ins and zesty Japanese dressing. Perfect for lunches in the garden, picnics in a cool forest or workday …

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Light, bright, healthy and easy, ceviche is summer's quickest fancy food option. Cooked, yet not heated, ceviche saves you toiling away in a hot kitchen yet gives you the most glorious appetizer or lunch. And it's one of the easiest and prettiest dishes in the world to prepare. The yuzu tips it into must-make territory.

Light, bright, healthy and easy, ceviche is summer’s quickest fancy food option. Cooked, yet not heated, ceviche saves you toiling away in a hot kitchen yet gives you the most glorious appetizer or lunch. And it’s one of the easiest and prettiest dishes in the world to prepare. The yuzu tips it into must-make territory. …

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Breakfast doesn't get more fun than cloud eggs. Whip your egg whites until fluffy, bake a little, reintroduce the yolk, bake a little more and, et voilà - cloud eggs. This Instagram favourite is one of the easiest and healthiest food trends of 2017. Just two ingredients and whatever you wish to fold in. A perfect little ray of sunshine for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Get cracking!

Breakfast doesn’t get more fun than cloud eggs. Whip your egg whites until fluffy, bake a little, reintroduce the yolk, bake a little more and, et voilà – cloud eggs. This Instagram favourite is one of the easiest and healthiest food trends of 2017. Just two ingredients and whatever you wish to fold in or tuck underneath (dal!). …

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Perhaps one of the most literary of foodstuffs, madeleines are surprisingly easy to make. These tiny scallop-shaped cakes are given a 21st century makeover with olive oil and pistachios - and a touch of yuzu if you have it. Dip into a steaming cup of tea and see what happens!

Perhaps one of the most literary of foodstuffs, madeleines are surprisingly easy to make. These tiny scallop-shaped cakes are given a 21st century makeover with olive oil and pistachios – and a touch of yuzu if you have it. Dip into a steaming cup of tea and see what happens! I didn’t grow up reading Marcel Proust. …

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