London summertime is very humid therefore baking is challenging. More no-bakes needed. I'll be experimenting with a few more no bakes sweet treat recipes over the coming weeks. I have created a new cycling bar recipe (see below) this time without nuts, using sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. I will continue my What's for Dinner Series sharing what we are eating, as we are mainly eating vegetarian they will be plant-based creative ideas to whip up at home with a few salad ideas.
Hmmm, what else, my Spelt bread recipes continue to be very popular therefore, I am experimenting with Spelt Naan bread at the moment and have almost nailed the process. Many more new recipes to come.
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Energy bars for cycling no nuts, gluten-free, high protein #2
Energy bars perfect for a cycling snack while on the bike. This new energy bars recipe is based on a traditional panforte recipe but tweaked and created without nuts, gluten-free and perfect for a high protein snack when cycling. But you don't cycle. Then this energy bar is suitable as a post-workout snack, hiking snack or afternoon snack alternative to a cake or biscuit. Click here for the recipe, tutorial video will be released on 15 June, 16:30 GMT.
🇦🇺No-bake Chocolate Coconut Slice
This easy no-bake chocolate coconut slice is a childhood favourite. Takes only 15 minutes to prepare and a few hours chilling in the fridge then you have a delicious sweet treat to share. Click here for the recipe
2 ingredients chocolate truffles condensed milk 🇦🇺
What can you do with a leftover can of condensed milk? If you made the no-bake chocolate slice recipe you may have half a can of condensed milk left. Try making these simple 2 ingredients chocolate truffles. Click here for the recipe
What's for dinner? Mexican black beans and Hasselback potatoes
What's for dinner? This recipe for Mexican black beans and Hasselback potatoes is an easy one-pan traybake or sheet pan dinner recipe that will impress your family. The baked potatoes are crispy outside and soft in the centre. For a little 'wow' factor on your dinner table try making them at home. Click here for the recipe
What's Around the Corner?
- Honey Cake
- More no-bake sweet treats
- Alternative falafels (not made with chick peas)
- Homemade naan bread
- Chocolate sorbet
- More oat flour and quinoa flour recipes
- Creative Salad ideas
- Plus many more...