Gloriously stick gingerbread with tart rhubarb complimented with lemon icing, delicious.
Imagine…..you’ve arrived at your gorgeous villa in Puglia, the sun is shining, you’ve stopped off at a local market heaving with fabulously ripe, fresh local produce and you want to eat like a local.
I draw the line at utterly ridiculous foodie gifts….no self respecting food lover would ever touch these.
To help get you into the spirit of Christmas there are some spaces on my Christmas workshops
So excited to be back at Camp Bestival in the Literary Instituted on Sunday to talk about How to Get Kids and Parents to Hit the Healthy Stuff.
Mojitos for tomorrow night and in an ideal world all we would need is three things: Tequila, salt and limes, we wouldn’t need anything else to get us through the weekend as no food would be required or remembered. However, we have children so that’s not going to happen *sighs wistfully*.
Not entirely sugar free as there is a tablespoon of treacle in the recipe, hwoever, the gingerbread is soft not crisp and it tastes really good. My husband and children ate it without flinching, said they preferred the original ginger snap recipe but this was good. Praise indeed.
I love coconut, good job as it’s a fantastic ingredient to use for making low carb and sugar free recipes. This one has the additional of chocolate chips (ups the carb and sugar rating though)
Sugar is hugely addictive, your body stores the excess energy as fat and sugar destroys your skin, so reduce it. Try to remember that your body is a mechanism for you to live our life through, if your body breaks you don’t get another one so respect it, your body works hard for you.
This is a shark carved from a watermelon. You’ll need a ‘torpedo’ shaped watermelon as the round ones look a little too cute. Fab, healthy party food for kids.