Cinnamon, Ginger, Orange and Port Cranberry Sauce
Dec23

Cinnamon, Ginger, Orange and Port Cranberry Sauce

You don’t buy your cranberry sauce in a jar do you? It only takes me twenty minutes to make and you can avoid putting added sugar and preservative on your Christmas table. Making you own cranberry sauce means that you are eating real food and more delicious flavours. I make the same recipe every year. It contains orange juice, a cinnamon stick, freshly grated ginger and a couple of tablespoons of port. Cranberries can be sharp...

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‘Summer Busy’ Chocolate and Cranberry Granola Bars – Gluten Free
Jul14

‘Summer Busy’ Chocolate and Cranberry Granola Bars – Gluten Free

‘Summer busy’ with kids is different from ‘school year busy’, where everyone has to be on time for the 8:45 start and the schedule is slammed between 3:30pm and 8pm. It has a gentler vibe to it, you can wake later and not rush over breakfast but in the middle of the day it gets crazy scattered with kids going in all directions. I have a kid teaching at the YMCA, being ‘Mr Jolly’ all day through...

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Gluten Free Pumpkin Cranberry Pancakes
Dec08

Gluten Free Pumpkin Cranberry Pancakes

 This is such a delicious and seasonal recipe for a gluten free breakfast pancake. Made with coconut flour which needs an increased quantity of liquid, a cup of steamed or roasted pumpkin moistens the mix and provides a wonderful sweetness that contrasts perfectly with the tart dried cranberries. During the Autumn and Winter months I roast a pumpkin or squash on a weekly basis, just whenever my oven is already on, and store the...

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Gluten Free Cranberry and Orange Muffins
Mar21

Gluten Free Cranberry and Orange Muffins

We have been living off these muffins just recently consuming a couple of batches a week! I guess when you find that healthy snack that will fuel three growing teens you have a run on it, and I am just happy that they are eating something more nutritious than toast. The best way to make this recipe is in teams of two; one measures and mixes the dry ingredients and the other the wet. There is a brief meeting of the two and bam into the...

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