I was looking for a treat for the coming weekend that would also double-up as a breakfast grab and go meal option too. These oaty, nutty and fruity squares deliver! Made with oat flour (I made my own by whizzing some ordinary oats in my food processor – 1¼ cups oats made the 1 cup
Those of you who follow me on Facebook, Twitter and especially Instagram will know that I enjoy breakfast, pre-plan it whenever I can but also don’t want too much faffing about mid-week if I have things to get on with, meetings to go out to or just (like everyone) a busy day ahead. This breakfast
At the beginning of Autumn/Fall I like to upgrade or change my salad salad offerings and sides to something a bit more substantial. Something that will withstand the rigours of a lunchbox outing to office, park, school or picnic rug, or will add crunch, flavour and texture to an evening meal instead of vegetables. Coleslaw
These make great breakfast bars for those who need fuel on the run, but to be honest they are also great as a lunchbox item or as an afternoon treat – so they really are cut and come again, and again, and again bars! Very moreish, don’t be tempted to cut them
GUEST POST: Not that long ago, the only choice when it came to nut butters was smooth or crunchy peanut butter. Now the preserves shelves in health food shops are offering a choice of almond, cashew and brazil alternatives – but what are the health benefits?