These strawberry popsicles are the perfect summer treat – refreshing, aromatic, sweet, and healthy. The strawberries give them the bright colour, as well as an abundance of vitamins. This easy popsicle recipe is gluten, dairy and refined sugar free, and it’s bound to become a favourite this summer.
This recipe is part of the ‘My Mum’s Kitchen’ recipe series. Here, I share my mum’s delicious recipes – because such yumminess requires to be seen. And eaten. You can find all posts in the series here or in the main menu under ‘MY MUM’S KITCHEN’.
Let me tell you about UK weather this week: hot, hot, hot, too hot, I’m melting here… and today: Antartica wants its weather back! It’s cold and it’s miserable and it’s raining and yes, I know it’s the UK, but honestly?! (Okay, okay, it’s still around 20 ºC but come on.)
This cream of cauliflower soup is super easy and quick to prepare, requiring only 25 minutes. It’s gluten and dairy free, healthy and filling, and captures perfectly the meaning of comfort food. The ideal prepare-in-advance lunch or quick dinner.
This post and recipe are part of the ‘My Mum’s Kitchen’ series where I share with you some of my mum’s delicious baking and cooking. You can find all the posts in this series here or in the main menu under “MY MUM’S KITCHEN”.
NOTE: The inclusion of croutons is optional. Without them, the recipe is 100% gluten free and paleo.
Who would’ve thought – another savoury recipe! Judging by the recipe repertoire on this blog, you must think I live on nothing but gluten free cupcakes and raw vegan desserts. I assure you, that’s not the case – oftentimes I actually prefer a savoury dish over a sweet delicacy.
But what I love most of all is my mum’s cooking. It’s often said that any dish prepared by someone else tastes infinitely better than if you had prepared it yourself; and surely nothing tastes better than your mum’s cooking. Of course, I may be somewhat biased.
This crustless apricot frangipane tart is basically just everyone’s favourite part of any tart – the filling! It really is ooey and gooey and everything else buttery and decadent. The recipe is easy and gluten free, and the flavour combination of slightly tart apricots, almonds and aromatic lemon thyme will blow you away.
It’s time for another instalment of My Mum’s Kitchen! If you’ve missed the first part, be sure to check out the super yummy Vegetable Omelette recipe. This recipe series is exactly what it says it is – recipes dreamt up by my mum, because such deliciousness needs to be shared. You can see all the recipes in the series if you click on “My Mum’s Kitchen” in the main menu.
You know people who take some ingredients, throw them together in a way that feels kinda right, eyeball absolutely everything, and the end result is to die for? Yep, that’s my mum. Which also means that no dish is ever the same… and that, unfortunately, it’s often hard to replicate her recipes. Because nothing – and I mean nothing. Is. Written. Down.
Healthy, full of flavour, and done in virtually no time, this vegetable omelette with pea shoots is an ode to the awesomeness that are simple, fresh ingredients. Be it a savoury breakfast, a quick lunch, or even a filling snack – this vegetable omelette is the answer.
This recipe is the first in a series of recipes coming from my mum’s kitchen. You will be able to find all the future deliciousness in the main menu under the hugely uninspired title: “My Mum’s Kitchen”.
Let me start this post by saying that I’m not responsible for the masterpiece that is this vegetable omelette recipe. The cooking is all my mum, while the superb photography is all my dad. You see, I owe my love for cooking and baking to my mum. As well as the skill, the knowledge, and the never-mind-the-recipe-I’ll-just-do-it-my-way attitude in the kitchen. My dad’s been attempting to teach me the ins-and-outs of photography, and many things stick… but, well, I’ll-just-do-it-my-way attitude has a way of… spreading… to all areas of life. Oops.