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Fruit & Granola Pots

These deliciously simple, fruity pots are just the pick-me-up you need for breakfast. Fresh strawberries, raspberries, layered in a glass with Greek yogurt, topped with Granola and finished off with a drizzle of maple syrup.

Raspberry & Elderflower Jelly

The simple, fresh-tasting homemade jelly is a light and refreshing dessert, perfect for finishing off a special evening meal. 

My Favourite Frittata

Quick & easy but utterly delicious, fritatta’s are brilliant additions to lunchboxes or picnic hampers. “Did you know that runny or soft-boiled eggs are safe for babies / toddlers to eat? Find out more here”

Chocolate Rum Mousse Cake

This is a wonderfully light, gluten-free chocolate cake. Once baked, it is very easy to assemble. You don’t have to be a master chef to create this show-stopping dessert. 

American Style Blueberry Pancakes

American Style Blueberry Pancakes are light and fluffy and make a brilliant breakfast or brunch idea to set yourself up before a busy day. These are a favourite in North America and the blueberries are packed full of antioxidants and so really healthy and yummy too. These pancakes also make a great alternative on Pancake … Continued

Plum & Bluberry Crumble

Crumble is such a great dessert option: it’s so easy to prepare and never disappoints. Swap the plums and blueberries for you’re family’s favorite fruit or choose what’s in season for a versatile year-round pud. 

Jewelled Cupcakes

Let your party girls create their own jewelled cupcakes, topped with a swirl of icing & a variety of ‘gems’.

Baby Shakshuka

No need to cook separate meals tonight! Baby can enjoy this Middle Eastern flavour-packed dish too, runny eggs and all!

Ham & Cheese Soufflé Omelette

This brain boosting breakfast will keep tums full until lunchtime. Swap in different meats & veggies for a variety of flavours. Did you know that runny or soft-boiled eggs are safe for babies / toddlers to eat? Find out more here