This cake is so easy to whip up and was inspired by our previous banana bread recipe.
Blueberries were subbed with chocolate chips and the result is delish!
These cookies are choc chunk and macadamia (with a sprinkle of salt)!
It always surprises us when we hear that someone hasn't tried this combo before.
It really is one of the best.
These cinnamon cakes taste just like a warming chai latte. They’re high in protein, low in sugar and the perfect breakfast or post workout snack.Read More
This is one of the easiest desserts ever - a triple berry crumble, made with frozen fruit.
You can mix up the fruit used; apples, blueberries and dates are a divine combination, or how about rhubarb, apple and strawberries? Yum!
You can never go wrong with light and fluffy pancakes, especially when they are oh so good for you! These pancakes are made with almond meal, making them gluten free and they are naturally sweetened with vanilla.Read More
If you haven't tried the chocolate and tahini combo, you're very much missing out! (We hadn't until this epic cake creation, but never mind us).
The tahini adds a deep nutty flavour without having to use nuts.
If you hadn't noticed, we do our fair share of baking around here.
Partly because it's such a relaxing ritual, partly because we like having things on hand for weekend guests (FYI these babies freeze well!) and partly because we like (love) a sweet afternoon treat.
We have been dreaming of this cake for a while!
When Governor's Estate sent us a giant box of tea and told us to get creative..
Well, you can bet that an earl grey tea cake was always on the to bake list!
Is it really that time of year again? Didn't we just celebrate Christmas? We're not complaining, we love an excuse to whip up delicious things in the kitchen and share them with family, we're just a bit concerned about how quickly the year is flying by!Read More
Snacks, snacks, snacks, snacking, snacks. Our favourite past time!
Just joking, kind of.
This recipe was created to fill our sweet snack void and we'll be honest, it turned out pretty well!
You can't really go wrong with peanut butter and banana, though!
If you'd have told me 5 years ago that I'd be writing about baking chocolate cupcakes with pumpkin, I'd probably have snorted in your face with disbelief.
But trust me when I say, that this recipe is amazing.
With added dark choc chunks, you know, to undo the added veggies.
Plus, its practically Easter, so we're all about the chocolate this week.