Don’t think there’s anyway you can go wrong with a combination of chocolate, raspberries, ice-cream and waffles. What more is there to say………………
This is another John West salmon lasagne recipe. This version has lots of ricotta cheese in it which makes it lovely and creamy. Although it’s more expensive to use red salmon rather than pink it’s worth it, as it gives it lots more flavour. Great served with a salad and garlic bread.
Fancy a sweet treat to go with that cup of tea or coffee while you’re working from home? Then you might enjoy this slice. Won’t take long to make or if you’re lucky the kids might make it for you. Either way I hope it makes these difficult days a bit brighter for you.
I thought this dumpling recipe was interesting because sweet dumplings are usually just flour and water balls that you drop into a golden syrup sauce in a pot on the stovetop. These are a mix of flour, rice, milk and golden syrup and are cooked in a butterscotch sauce in the oven. I haven’t made them yet, but from the picture they look really good.
Not a traditional coffee flavoured tiramisu, this John West recipe is filled with boysenberries and mascarpone, but it’s still rich, creamy and yummy.
This recipe was in a Kraft Vegemite recipe booklet and have the unusual combination of vegemite and crunch peanut butter, not two ingredients you’d expect to find in a meatball. But from a gluten free perspective the peanut butter is a great substitute for flour to hold the meatball together and the almond coating does the same thing and adds a crunch. Worth a try?
I’ve added pumpkin to a fruit cake, but I’ve never put it in a chocolate cake mix. I guess it would work, especially as this cake has a cup of sultanas and some mixed spice added. It’s definitely not your usual chocolate cake though.
With carrot, onion, celery, potato, green beans and butter beans plus tomatoes, I really think this soup should be called Vegetable & Bean Soup not just plain bean soup. Throw in a bit of pasta and you could even call it minestrone – whatever the name it’s a great winter warmer.
There’s two things I like about this recipe. Firstly, the combination of apples and raspberries together in the filling – I like the sweetness of the apples and the tartness of the raspberries. And, secondly the addition of rice bran in the crumble mix. I find some crumbles a bit dull, but the mix of rice bran, rolled oats and crushed nuts makes this one tasty.
Coffee and macaroons…………yum, but just for a change what about trying these macaroons made with white chocolate. The added bonus is that they’re gluten free.