These chocolate covered stuffed dates are per-fec-tion. And with only 3 ingredients, it’s a total walk in the park and requires no cooking skills whatsoever, so it’s a great one to get the kids involved! The stuffed dates require no more than 15 minutes to prep and costs £1.01 per serving. I personally think it’s a great recipe to bring to a party, have as a snack or even serve as a sweet treat after dinner with friends. It’s also vegan friendly, refined sugar free, dairy free and gluten free. The only trouble you may have with it is to stop yourself from eating the whole tray! Served with mint tea on the side and it’s over.*You’ve been warned.*Read More
If you are looking for gooey, decadent, chocolate upon chocolate then these double chocolate chip cookies are your answered prayer. This recipe is super easy, takes 17 mins from start to finish has 9 ingredients, and yields 8-10 cookies. It’s a great one too coz it’s easy on your pockets costing no more than £1.43 per serving (and that’s 2 cookies per person yo). The proverbial icing on the cake (or cookie in this case) is that it is refined sugar free, dairy free and packed with fibre from the wholemeal spelt flour.Read More
It’s no secret that I’m a hopeless chocaholic.
I’m talking about the whole works, chocolate bars, chocolate cake, pancakes. Anything that’s slathered in chocolate has my name on it. And if it’s wrong, well then, I don’t ever wanna be right (I’m sure I heard that in a song somewhere?!).
So when I first heard of homemade chocolate almond butter (yummm), I just HAD TO MAKE IT. It just sounds right doesn’t it?
What could possibly be better than almond butter on toast? Chocolate almond butter…on toast.
And with the holidays coming up, I thought it would be such a ridiculously easy recipe to make as a Christmas gift for your family and friends… or yourself. Yes, even if everyone around you hates chocolate, you should totally make it for yourself. Consider this recipe my early Christmas gift to you.Read More