OK! OK! So the chocolate of choice adds a few more calories, but I’d still much rather be snacking on these, than feeling bad for stuff my face on cookies!! I use to buy dark chocolate covered rice cakes (before there was a lot more gluten/wheat free things on the market). They’re not too expensive, but you can buy a whole bag of rice cakes … Continue reading Low Calorie Chocolatey Fun With Rice Cakes!
Ingredients 1 cup Cashews 1 cup Rolled Oats ½ cup Walnuts ½ cup Almonds 1 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract ½ tsp Ground Cinnamon 1 cup of Raw Honey 1 Dessert Spoon of Maple Syrup Method Preheat oven to 180 Degrees Celsius. Line a baking pan with parchment paper. Roughly chop the nuts by hand, I feel this is best as you get a rough mix of … Continue reading Very Nutty Flapjack Bars
This recipe is so easily adaptable, you’ll wonder why you didn’t start making them yourself sooner. We all have mornings where we are in a rush; perhaps the alarm didnt go off, traffic jams every where, and of course you’ll make every red light along the way! I love breakfast, and can easily turn into the hulk if I skip it, likewise if you feed … Continue reading Breakfast Bars
Ingredients 100g cooking margarine or butter 50g caster sugar 100g self-raising flour 1 tablespoon cocoa powder Method Preheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Lightly butter a baking tray. Cream together margarine and sugar until light and fluffy; stir in flour and cocoa powder. Divide dough into small balls and place on prepared baking tray. Lightly press each ball with the back of … Continue reading Easy Choccie Biscuits
Ingredients 1kg/2lb 2oz strong white bread flour, plus extra for dusting 20g/¾oz salt 20g/¾oz instant yeast 800ml/1½ pints tepid water 4 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for oiling 1 x 1kg/2lb 2oz jar pitted green olives in brine, drained and quartered Method Oil two 2-3 litre/3½-5¼ pints square plastic container. Put the flour into a bowl. Add the salt to one side of the bowl … Continue reading Olive Bread Twists
NOTHING, beats making something yummy with produce fresh from your garden. I made this jam today with my own tomatoes and chillies, so proud! Making your own sauces, dips, jams etc is a lot easier than you think. Give this one a try! 🙂 Good for when you have friends round, enjoying a bottle of red wine, or even just a munch! I N G … Continue reading Tomato & Chilli Jam
Who says snack time has to be boring?! Sometimes, it’s all in the presentation. Have FUN with your food. Mix it up, try new things, play with flavours. Sorry mum’s. Today we have water melon, frozen raspberries, bananas & apples ❤ Happy Nibbles! Love ❤ Follow me on Instagram Follow me on Facebook Follow me on Twitter Continue reading F R U I T Y!
First day back at work after a week off… Disgusting 😆 How was your weekend? Monday’s nibbles☀️ Ingredients: Aioli 200g mayonnaise 2 x garlic cloves, crushed Juice of half a lemon Calamari 4 x baby squid, (including tentacles) chopped into rings Seasoned all purpose flour 1 tsp Cayenne pepper 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 x egg Vegetable oil Method: Mix aioli ingredients together, and set … Continue reading Calamari with Aioli
Hey lovelys! It’s been a few days since I last put anything up (sorry for that!).. Needed a few days to find some inspiration and my appetite again! I love to eat, sometimes too much. I’ve been looking for a new addition to the blog, and I think I found it in the way of a Snacktime area. We are forever being told what we should/shouldn’t … Continue reading S N A C K T I M E!
This one is SO easy! Have it with tortilla chips, or some fresh bread! 😍 Ingredients: Vacuumed pack beetroot (usually in the salad bit) Fresh mint ½ tsp ground cumin 2 tsp chopped mint squeeze lemon juice 3 tbsp half-fat crème fraîche Method: In a food processor, add the beetroot and cumin, season and blend until smooth. Move it to a bowl, add the mint … Continue reading Beetroot and Mint Dip