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Savoury thin buckwheat pancakes from Brittany and Normandy.
Easy recipe for French crêpes, best eaten for breakfast or for goûter (teatime) with sugar and lemon or with any of the classic toppings like jam, chestnut or chocolate spread, or salted caramel sauce.
A rustic yet moist Corsican-inspired banana bread recipe using chestnut flour and chestnut paste and glazed with melted honey - ideal for teatime or breakfast.
A quick and easy light gluten-free Clafoutis baked custard dessert, with a blueberry and lemon twist to the French classic that's great for dessert, teatime or breakfast.
Strawberry Pistachio Clafoutis, a delicious twist to the classic cherry baked custard French recipe using fresh strawberries and ground pistachios (or almonds) to soak up the juices.
A Quick French Riz au lait rice pudding made with organic almond milk for a healthy vegan breakfast or dessert and an easy recipe to prepare using long-life cupboard ingredients.
Healthy breakfast muffins with no added sugar: just naturally sweetened with banana, moist dried fruits and brazil nuts.
Celebrate rhubarb and rose season with this financier style rose rhubarb orange cake, an easy French teatime treat with reduced sugar, making it also ideal for breakfast or brunch - or dessert served with rhubarb compote and some rose macarons.
A reduced sugar chocolate banana marble cake (or banana bread) perfect for breakfast or brunch, either topped with roasted banana or served at teatime with a fudgy dark chocolate ganache.
Irresistibly moist bran muffins with oats, dates and apple for a delicious healthy start to the day.
A French Clafoutis with raspberries and lemon verbena - a twist to the French classic with cherries and ideal for dessert or even breakfast
Add a touch of zest to your baking with this sticky orange caramel cake with chestnut - perfect for teatime, dessert or even breakfast.
French summery gluten free dessert with figs, almonds and raspberries.
An intense, dark and fruity fig jam that's perfect on its own but also the perfect accompaniment to strong cheeses and pâtés.
Light cheese waffles for breakfast, perfect with rosemary and honey, made with either Tapioca or rice flour.
Deliciously easy recipe from Monsieur Jean-Pierre Setti from the market in Apt, although I’ve lowered the sugar quantity slightly.