Unlike the almond milk, I just can’t get the cashew milk to work that I like the taste. Sophie loves it but for me there is still a funny, almost dirty tasting after taste. The cashews have been soaked and rinsed. I also find it a lot harder to strain than the almond milk and … Read moreCashew Milk
One of the reasons we got a Thermomix was to make nut milks. With cow dairy an issue here, it’s nice to have a variation on goat milk from time to time. The Thermomix is very powerful and grinds the nuts and dates easily. Once it has been strained (I use some fine muslin I … Read moreAlmond Milk
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
Zucchini Frittatas The girls LOVE frittatas for lunch at school so these are the latest ones. I used to do quiches with shortcrust or filo pastry but we discovered the pastry would go soggy in the lunch box. Amy will only eat zucchinis if they are grated and when they are she loves them. I’ve … Read moreLunch Box Zucchini Frittatas
Where does the time go? Already we are over halfway through the year and there never seems to be enough hours in the day. I keep saying I will write more often and yet another week passes. I keep telling myself I don’t need to write a book with each entry and can keep it … Read moreTime!