I don’t make quiches very often, but had a hankering for one recently so got cooking. The result was this asparagus edamame quiche and it’s delicious! Spring-like, tasty and super simple to whip up. It’s perfect for work lunches, picnics and even a light dinner. So good! (more…)
Welcome to the last Meatless Monday recipe for 2015! I’ll still be popping in occasionally over the next few weeks but won’t get back into the full swing of things until early Jan. I’ll still be hanging out on facebook & instagram though!
With the weather getting warmer it was time to restock my freezer with icy poles! I wanted some healthy options on hand for a post-dinner treat or even a cooling breakfast option and these blueberry yogurt icy poles really hit the spot! They are super easy to whip up, deliciously tasty and are guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
Now that I’m somewhat settled in the new place I thought it was about time I tried out the oven. I’ve had lots of people stopping by to visit so having a homemade cake ready to share seemed like a logical idea, and came in very handy when my parents stopped by with my nan to show her around. I kept it nice and simple – a lemon and coconut yogurt cake, with an additional depth of flavour coming from the use of vanilla bean flavoured yoghurt – yum all round!
After spending our cold, rainy winter being inundated with delicious looking icy-poles (or popsicles!) on all the northern hemisphere blogs I read I decided that once the weather warmed up here I needed to play with some varieties of my own! So I found myself some moulds and then pondered over what flavoured icy poles to concoct. I had a bag of apricots waiting to be eaten so I decided to combine them with some yoghurt for an almost healthy frozen treat! (more…)