With the added benefit of gut goodness, kefir milk works beautifully in baking. You can substitute it with buttermilk or runny natural yoghurt if you don’t have any on hand.
This is my new favourite hummus. For some reason my straight up hummus is usually pretty bland and I have to up the salt considerably to boost the flavour. With this one I don’t, it’s got a delicious sweetness to it and a great texture. You’ll love it.
You need these cookies in your life. Admittedly, they are a little bit of work and you have to wait for the cookie dough to chill but it will be all worth it in the end … I promise. The layering technique rewards you with melt in the mouth, beautifully…
This protein packed quick whip up is pretty tasty and the turkey really gives the dish a boost of extra flavour.
This is ALL kinds of yum mopped up with warm Turkish bread and makes a great breakfast, lunch or dinner.
I’ve added these 100% wonderful crackers to my weekly cooking schedule – no more store bought crackers for me. This is an adapted recipe from A Modern Way to Cook – Anna Jones.
This is an update of a very traditional Italian braise I’ve been doing for years and is a particular Winter family favourite. Think Cacciatore but with capers instead of olives. No surprises that when preparing this I had capers on hand and no olives, but it really works and it’s easy…
I’ve kept the sugars and fats low in this healthy take on toasted muesli and you certainly don’t miss it.