Greek Almond Crescents “Coffee?” “Mm, yes, please, but I feel like a shortbread too.” “Greek shortbread?” Ooh, Belinda goes looking for one of her biscuit cookbooks she knows has something similar. So, the coffee was made but we had to wait for some biscuits to drink it!! These were so simple and while Sophie doesn’t … Read moreGreek Almond Crescents
Sultana and Cinnamon Pikelets These school friendly pikelets have a good dash of cinnamon which is thought to be good for circulation and for maintaining stable blood sugars – it also tastes great! They are sweet but contain no processed powdered sugar. I made them with goat milk but we have found rice and oat … Read moreSultana and Cinnamon Pikelets
Spiced Biscuits We were running low on food in the house and Mum was calling in for a cup of tea. Time to make some biscuits! With limited staples in the pantry, I think these turned out really well and will become a regular I think! The spices can be adjusted to taste, the pattern … Read moreSpiced Biscuits
Multicultural Day at school has come around again. Last year, Amy went as a French girl, dressed up in a red skirt, stripey shirt, scarf and beret with a plate of Madeleine cakes. This year, Greg bought the 2 girls Chinese jackets in Hong Kong (couldn’t find anything in Shenzhen, China!). For her plate of … Read moreFortune Cookies
Snack Balls ©Belinda Fox My inspiration for these snack balls has come from my horror at the list of ingredients in commercial muesli bars and the like. I was looking to make something with all natural ingredients for the girls to take to school / pre-school as well as something to have as a satisfying … Read moreSnack Balls
Following the same recipe as for the Loaf shape Banana and Date bread, I have made some cupcake size ones for the girls to take for morning tea at school and pre-school. Together with a little apple, they make a great mid-morning (dare I say it, healthy!) snack. The only difference I made to the … Read moreBanana and Date Bread – cupcake size!