Easy, cheesy, but gluten and cows milk free potato gratin

I have to admit, I spent a long, long time, and many attempts at perfecting this recipe, for potato gratin that doesn’t contain cows milk, before I got it to the point where I felt it was worth sharing. It’s taken some testing, and tasting, to get it just right. I love rich, cheesy, comforting […]

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Home made gluten free bread with The Box Bakery

*This is a review post, we were kindly sent some products to try* We love bread in our house, it’s a staple. Unfortunately, we also deal with food allergies and intolerances so whilst the children and I can eat normal bread, and I bake that, the husband misses out on homemade fresh bread. I bake […]

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Scrambled eggs don’t have to be hard to make.

I recently shared on my social media about teaching my kids to cook, as a life skill, and that if all else failed, if they were poor starving students, they would at least be able to make scrambled eggs on toast and that making scrambled eggs is an art form in our house and we […]

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Easy peasy coconut macaroons

This is an easy little sweet treat to make with kids with few ingredients and very little fuss.  This recipe makes 12 macaroons, which frankly isn’t enough, next time, I will double the quantities and make more…. You will need: 2 egg whites (and I will explain a handy trick for separating them as well) […]

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Bring on the mince pies. Oggs vegan mince pies.

*This is a review post. We were kindly sent some mince pies to try for this post* I am all about mince pies. I personally would eat them all year round, and whilst I do find it a bit challenging when the shops start bringing out Christmas food just as the kids go back to […]

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Make your own chocolate coins

*This post contains affiliate links that earn us some revenue if you click and make a purchase* My children love crafting and making things, especially things they can eat afterward, and chocolate coins are a firm favorite in this house. I use chocolate coins in our special advent calendar that I fill with treats every […]

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Pumpkin – Lentil Soup With A Maca Boost.

September for me is the start of my “year” and I feel like it’s a new start for everyone with back to school and work after the summer break. I always feel like I need to start if off in a healthy fashion, to wind into Autumn and soup is a way I love to […]

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What’s for breakfast instead of cereal?

*this is a collaborative post* Breakfast cereal is a bit of a treat in our house, I am incredibly fussy about what we have for breakfast, and also about making sure the kids eat breakfast every day. Both of them can and often do make their own, but I make sure in the week, that […]

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Baked cheese. Easy, cheesy and impressive

When we go to France, one of the things we love is the cheeses we can buy and eat. France is famous for it’s cheese and this baked cheese recipe can be made with a traditional French brie or you can use a goats brie/chèvre style cheese as long as it has a firm skin. […]

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