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. For dessert or teatime, serve with cidre.
Pear jam recipe is a very delicious and easy homemade jam recipe. This pear jam is refreshing, sweet, soft and has got a hint of cinnamon. In this preparation, peeled and cored pear chunks are amalgamed with sugar, lemon juice, cinnamon powder and cooked till the consistency of a jam. It is a pear jam recipe no pectin and usually served with bread slices or as filling for any cake or donut.
When I told the family I’ll be making Creme Brulee French toast for breakfast the next day, the respond was: “What time is breakfast?” Adapted from the classic French toast recipe, this incredibly easy version gives it an additional crackling, caramelized sugar topping...
I created this vegan caramel sauce to accompany my no yeast gluten free cinnamon rolls. It is actually quite similar to my easy and healthy chocolate sauce, but uses light coloured superfood powders instead of cocoa and carob.
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.
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.
These 3-ingredient vegan crepes are the easiest sweet French treat you’ve ever tried. This egg-free crepe recipe is also low in fat, cholesterol-free and meat-eater approved. Enjoy them with melted dark chocolate and peanut butter, lemon and sugar, jam, or my personal favourite - hazelnut spread and strawberries.
Need a quick grab-n-go snack or just a healthy pick-me-up in the late afternoon? These simple and easy to make granola bars are just what you're looking for. Stuffed full of healthy seeds, peanuts, and no refined sugar. Bonus points; they're vegan and gluten free too!
French Salted Caramel and Chocolate Tart Recipe - quick, easy and delicious tarte dessert recipe to make for Valentine's Day or any other celebration!
So I was thinking, it’s been a while since the last time I shared a pancake recipe, hasn’t it? Honestly, it’s a little hard to keep track sometimes when I share so many recipes, but I can’t imagine it ever being a bad time for them, so I think pancakes are on the menu today! Some of my family like the thinner pancakes but most of them like the thickest fluffiest kind and I personally think those are the best texture. The hint of lemon is just the thing to make these some seriously memorable pancakes and then, of course, I had to make some sweet cashew butter for good measure to put on top. Alright, and one last thing I wanted to say about these pancakes is that they’re a little bit on the sweet side. You see, in my family it’s sometimes a thing to eat them plain as if you’re snacking on a cookie or something. Because of that, I feel like a hint of sweetness makes them perfect. On the other hand, if you’re the type of person that likes to have fairly plain pancakes so they’re just right to douse in maple syrup or chocolate sauce, then feel free to cut the sugar in the recipe in half. I sincerely hope you love these as much as our gang did!
Light French chocolate mousse with passion fruit, topped with a caramel nougatine for an easy make-ahead dinner party dessert
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Easy, healthy recipe for melt-in-the-mouth cookies made with crunchy or smooth peanut butter, dark chocolate chips and reduced in sugar. In the style of shortbread or French sablés. Great for baking with kids.
Looking for a creative way to use some old bread? These muffins make a great snack or easy breakfast any day of the week.
These chocolate orange madeleines are classic, light & airy french madeleines. They are extremely easy to make and are ready in no time. These delicate, little sea-shell shaped sponge cakes are sweet, buttery, and so delicious. The shells are orange flavored dipped in a shiny chocolate glaze and dusted with powdered sugar. These madeleines have slightly crisp edges with a soft melt in your mouth crumb throughout. They are so fluffy & go very well with a cup of your evening tea or coffee!
This amazing Apple Lavender Jelly is so easy to make ! You just follow the recipe and combine apple juice, lavender flowers, pectin and lemon juice and within fifteen minutes you have perfect fish glaze or jelly to assemble macarons.
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.
This delicious baked brioche egg cups recipe is a perfect option for breakfast on the go. Sometimes on busy weekday mornings, getting everybody ready in time is a real challenge! Knowing that if time escapes us I can give my daughters one of these as they run out of the door just takes away some of the stress. These breakfast egg cups are super easy to make (and to takeaway), and make for a satisfying, wholesome breakfast. Mix it up if you like, adding pancetta, different types of greens, herbs or spinach, for example. Whatever suits you and your family! Packed with protein, similar to my omelette muffins, I just love an easy breakfast solution that is filling, substantial, yet easy to eat on the go, too. Knowing that their breakfast on-the-go (and mine!) can contain a couple of veggies and energy-packed eggs makes me feel I’ve given them a good, healthy start to their day.
A deliciously easy and versatile jam - not just for spreading on French baguettes, brioche or crêpes but also good warmed and served as a sauce with ice cream or as a filling for macarons.
This classic Quiche Lorraine is a savory French tart baked in an open faced pastry crust filled with Gruyere or Swiss cheese, bacon and a rich, eggy custard! My tasty quiche is baked in an easy to make all butter pie crust and and served warm for a special occasion breakfast or brunch treat!
A light, moist lemon cake made with ground almonds and soaked in tart lemon syrup that just happens to be gluten free. Decorate it for Easter with chocolate mendiants, mini Easter eggs and lemon macarons.