The best Pesach breakfasts – family approved!

family approved pesach breakfast recipes

Am I alone in finding breakfast the hardest meal to organise during Pesach? Surely not. If you’re used to starting the day with toast or cereal, then like me, you’re probably struggling too. Or at least, you’re struggling like I used to do! For the last few years I’ve been creating, …

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Vegan blueberry & coconut ice lollies

Layers of creamy coconut yogurt & natural blueberries combine in these fruity and refreshing ice-lollies. Perfect on a summers day - or any day! (Parve)

I’m so chuffed with how these lollies turned out – so gorgeous! Just look at that beautiful ombre effect 😀 Anyway, now that you’ve admired them, I can tell you a bit more about them. These fabulous and delicious ice-lollies have only three ingredients – blueberries, lemon juice and coconut …

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Individual berry cheesecakes – a Shavuot treat!

Fruity berry cheesecake topped by a plain cheesecake layer, & decorated with berry syrup swirls. These cute & easy individual cheesecakes are just divine!

Last year, Cambridge enjoyed its first Shavuot garden party, held in the gorgeous surroundings of Kings College Fellows Garden. The sun shone, Pimms was drunk, and a lovely time was had by all. The week before the event, I had been busy busy busy, making brownies, mini victoria sponge cakes, meringues, …

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Streusel-topped blueberry muffins – for Pesach! Grain- & gluten-free.

These fruity muffins are moist, crumbly, & bursting with juicy blueberries! Perfect for Pesach (Passover), they're free from gluten, kitniot, & gebrokhts, they're delicious at any time.

Before I go any further, just take a look at these muffins.  Golden, luscious, inviting, and topped with crunchy, crumbly streusel topping.  And completely 100% kosher for Pesach! I can’t tell you how excited I am about these muffins. They are SO GOOD! Moist but crumbly, lightly spiced, and bursting with …

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Lemon berry blondie bars

Squidgy, sweet, tart & studded with delicious berries, these lemon-scented blondie bars are a quick & easy tea-time treat the whole family will enjoy.

Almost a year ago we loaned Kipper’s old car seat and stroller to some friends who were expecting their first baby. When I ran into the Mum and not-so-little Baby at the shops last month, I realised we were VERY overdue for a catch-up, and we invited them round for tea. …

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Easy-peasy 5 ingredient waffles – & how to choose a waffle maker

5-ingredient waffles

Waffles are a bit of a Sunday morning tradition here at FFF towers. It started a few years ago, and shows no signs of abating. If anything, our attachment to our special Sunday breakfast is getting stronger! We are currently on our second ‘domestic’ waffle maker (we have this one), …

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Kenwood BLM800 Blend-X Pro Blender Review – & coconut berry bars recipe

coconut berry bars

I’ve mentioned before how much I love my Kenwood Chef food mixer. It’s brilliant for cakes and meringues, mixing and kneading dough, and so on. It has an integral blender on its rear end, but unfortunately my blender jug had cracked. I asked Kenwood about a replacement and they suggested I …

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Blueberry & sweet cheese lokshen kugel

blueberry & sweet cheese lokshen kugel

For the first 20 years of my life, there was only one sort of lokshen kugel (noodle pudding) and this was it. My Mum made the best version of it, naturally, and we enjoyed it pretty often as part of our Shabbat meals. Because these meals were invariably meaty, the …

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Banana blueberry ripple ice-cream

banana blueberry ripple ice-cream

Oooh, I’m super-excited! Family Friends Food has been shortlisted in the food category of the Brilliance in Blogging awards 2015! Sqeeeeeee! If you’d like to vote for me, I’d be extremely extremely grateful. You can cast your vote here. Thank you Anyway, apart from that excitement, what else has been …

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