Copycat Rakusen’s fruit flapjacks!

I recently received some terrible news. Are you sitting down? Rakusen’s are discontinuing their fruit flapjacks. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I know I can’t be alone in feeling devastated, as almost everyone I’ve mentioned it to has said, “but they’re the best thing they make!” Sadly, …

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Mouthwatering stuffed vegetables to celebrate the harvest season

Stuffed vegetables, brimming with abundant fillings, are traditionally eaten to celebrate the autumn harvest. Tuck in to these delicious dishes and enjoy!

Succot, the Jewish autumn harvest festival, is surely party to some of the oddest practices in the Jewish calendar. If we aren’t parading round shul waving citrus fruits and bunches of foliage, we’re eating dinner in a draughty hut in the garden. To the untrained eye, we must look properly bizarre. And yet, …

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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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Paleo porridge – grain-, gluten-, dairy- and refined sugar-free

A delicious paleo & Whole30 start to the day - no grains, dairy or refined sugar in this filling hot breakfast bowl. Top with fruit for extra get-up-and-go!

The Whole30 diet is great in many ways, but the food can get a bit, well, same-y. And after eating either fruit with coconut yogurt, or eggs for breakfast for nearly three weeks, I needed some other way to start my day off right. Just before Pesach I’d been browsing …

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Israeli vegetable salad

Diced fresh, ripe vegetables, lightly dressed with olive oil, lemon juice & herbs - delicious! Serve with falafel, shakshuka, or even eat it for breakfast!

Between school and university, I spent the year in Israel with a group of like-minded people from Habonim-Dror. We were based on a kibbutz, and each of us was ‘adopted’ by a kibbutz family for the duration of our stay. It was a great way to feel welcomed and part …

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