I know what you’re thinking… “why would I make my own dip when I can just buy it?”. Well, for starters this one tastes DELICIOUS and secondly you’d be surprised with just how much sugar and salt is actually hidden in supermarket dips.
This one is salt and sugar-free so is great for the whole family from your biggest to littlest member. It’s also a great food to try when your baby is relatively new to solids as it is soft and smooth enough that they can easily eat it.
AND it’s easy to make. The longest part of this recipe is the roasting of the eggplant. The rest is chop and chuck in the food processor.
I absolutely ADORE scones. One of my most most beloved friends is British and whenever I bake or eat scones I think of her and of enjoying a proper English afternoon tea.
I often have people say to me “oh I’m so rubbish at cooking scones” but if you follow this recipe I guarantee you will have fluffy, delicious scones that are soft on the inside with a little crunch on the outside. Just the way they’re meant to be.
I love Nutella on toast for breakfast. I have often been found in our kitchen pantry eating it straight from the container with a spoon.
This is a great way to give your kids/husband/partner/wife a yummy chocolate spread on their toast in the morning, without any added sugar.
I know what you’re thinking, isn’t kale SO last year? Aren’t we over kale being in everything and it being the new hot superfood?
Trust me, these chips are not just about jumping on the kale bandwagon for the sake of them being healthy. They actually taste delicious. Even my husband, who really just wishes I would serve him up a juicy fatty burger every now and then and would much rather potatoes on his plate than salad leaves, thinks these are da bomb.