It’s been a while since I’ve shared a granola recipe, but I found myself with some fruit and nuts to use up so here we are! This fig cranberry granola is seriously delicious. Plus, it’s vegan friendly and simple to whip up!
During our holiday in Port Douglas we ate breakfast at home most days, but took ourselves out to breakfast a few times. After one excellent breakfast at Cafe Fresq we knew we needed a return visit, and I’m so glad we did!
So somehow yesterday was my 6th blogiversary! Yep, that’s right, I Spy Plum Pie has been kicking around for six whole years now! At this time every year I like to share a plum-themed recipe, and this year I’ve got the recipe for this deliciously simple plum compote. As always, my mum’s plum trees were bursting at the seams, so this is an excellent recipe to use up some of those rather ripe plums I had in my fruit bowl.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve shared any of the places I’ve been eating at with you all, but I’m here to do exactly that! Starting with the breakfast my sister and I had at Gabriel on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy. We went on early on a Sunday just after Christmas so had the place almost to ourselves which is definitely not the norm at Gabriel!
With warmer weather upon us I’m back on the chia pudding bandwagon for breakfast. My folks recently bought me back some Fix & Fogg PB from New Zealand so I decided to whip up this peanut butter chia pudding! Healthy, delicious and you can prepare them in advance – what’s not to love!
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