• Posts Tagged ‘egg free’

    Dreamy chocolate hazelnut spread

    by  • September 11, 2013 • Breakfast, Dessert, Gifts, Snacks • 0 Comments

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    Growing up, we had to start making our own school lunches in about year 3. I guess it’s because I didn’t always eat what was packed for me (jam sandwiches? Yech) and my parent’s figured maybe I’d be more inclined to eat what I packed myself. I don’t really know why, but regardless that’s...

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    Tropical mango muesli bars

    by  • July 10, 2013 • Breakfast, Snacks • 0 Comments

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    I’ve recently been faced with a dilemma. We visited family over Easter and after spending much time gushing over my love of all things chocolate with my cousin—like mousse cake, cookies and cupcakes—my aunt declared that I was addicted to it. Me? Addicted to chocolate? Well maybe. I mean I really, really love the...

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    Healthy oreos (or cookies and cream)

    by  • June 7, 2013 • Dessert, Snacks • 1 Comment

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    My dear oreo. Where have you been all my life? I understand that we have had our issues. Growing up so far separated from your magical chocolaty crunch was always destined to make our love difficult. But, please, do not hold my childhood against me. You have ventured across the ocean to the shores...

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    Roasted peach, zucchini and parmesan salad

    by  • February 21, 2013 • Mains • 1 Comment

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    You know you have a winning recipe when you would rather eat more salad then homemade icecream with buckwheat wafer baskets . Even more exciting, is that my sister’s housemate (Hi Clare!) just gave us a whole heap of home grown necterines and plums (Thanks HEAPS Clare!) from her parents house (Thanks parents!). Those...

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    Candied orange

    by  • February 13, 2013 • Dessert, Gifts • 3 Comments

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    I mentioned two posts ago that we had been travelling the world. Well, not quite the world, but Europe. Last time we went to Europe was four years ago. Well and truly before we started eating sugar free! And let me tell you that four years ago, the chocolate in Europe was amazing. So...

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    Beetroot dip three ways

    by  • January 29, 2013 • Snacks • 0 Comments

    roasted vegan beetroot dip

    I’m back! Did you miss me? Sorry I’ve been quiet for so long… I’ve been travelling the world and now have many delicious memories to share! But to make up for being away for so long I bring you not one, but three amazing beetroot dip recipes. Ahh beetroot… So I’m forgiven? One of...

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    Fresh strawberry and banana tart

    by  • December 18, 2012 • Breakfast, Dessert, Snacks • 1 Comment

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    I seriously think I must have the most amazing in-laws ever. I always love going to visit them with the rest of the family, relax and spend some good quality time with everyone. But something that appeals to my food-loving brain even more, is that Gareth’s mum always cooks such delicious, healthy food whenever we go...

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    Banana smoothie

    by  • December 7, 2012 • Breakfast, Drinks, Snacks • 2 Comments

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    I don’t understand milkshakes. Why?! Why have a milkshake if you could have a thickshake? I mean, what’s the point?! Someone, please explain it to me. Thickshakes I understand. They’re like icecream in drinkable form. Smoothies. I kind of get those too. They’re like frozen yoghurt in drinkable form. But milkshakes. Really? It’s like flavoured...

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    Coconut macaroons

    by  • December 1, 2012 • Dessert, Gifts, Snacks • 0 Comments

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    We were in Melbourne last year and Gareth ate his first ever macaroon at a cafe we went to that specialised in desserts. He was hooked! Can you tell he is a sweet tooth much? We tried a few different flavours and loved them all. If only we’d known what we were missing out on!...

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    Best ever vegetarian lasagne

    by  • November 14, 2012 • Mains • 4 Comments

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    I must confess that I’ve been obsessing about lasagne since Easter. That’s right – for months! Now some of you may know me well and not be particularly surprised by that. I tend to get quite taken by an idea and and obsess about it until I get it out of my system, but...

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