Choc-coated candied ginger

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Oh my goody-goodness. I. Am. In. Heaven. Ginger is one of my favourite flavours, I use it in juices, baking, stir fries, desserts. So when my Aunty Anne sent some chocolate-coated candied ginger from Canada I was smitten. And then … Continued

Apple crumble balls

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There isn’t really a story behind this recipe. Except that I love apple crumble. And I’d eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner if I could.   I was pondering this the other day and thought ‘well why not?’. So … Continued

Mum’s muesli bars

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Well actually, they’re not really Mum’s. The muesli recipe is inspired by her original one that I used to eat religiously as a kid – but she never made it into bars. These came about earlier in the week. My … Continued

Anzac Day biscuity bites

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Did you know that women should wear their poppy on their right side? The red represents the blood of all those who gave their lives, the black represents the mourning of those who didn’t have their loved ones return home, and … Continued

Raw cacao & berry tortes

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I just looked at my calendar. Help! I need to maximise every spare moment to get everything done. Ce la vie; the life of a working, dream-chasing mum, right!? Here’s what I saw…   Friday – littlest daughter Lily’s 3rd … Continued

Double fruit drops, delish!

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Life is hectic right now as I count down to the release of my book. There’s less than 3 weeks to go and so much to do! But, I always try to find time for the things I love: food, … Continued

Take comfort in French onion soup

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  In our busy life with all our mummy responsibilities, there is comfort in the familiiar.   There’s not much more familiar than an onion. And not much that’s more comforting to me than French onion soup (except lasagne and … Continued