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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Quick & easy cheesecake popcorn cups

Sweet, creamy cheesecake - in popcorn form! These little cups of deliciousness are a perfect snack for both kids and adults.

After the success of Rosh Hashanah’s apple and honey popcorn, I was inspired to create cheesecake popcorn for Shavuot. Everyone loves popcorn, right? Well, Kipper does, anyway, and she’s my main target audience for sweet things. She also loves cheesecake, so I was fairly confident that these would go over …

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Individual berry cheesecakes – a Shavuot treat!

triple berry cheesecakes

Fruity berry cheesecake topped by a plain cheesecake layer & decorated with berry syrup swirls. These cute & easy individual cheesecakes are just divine! Shavuot in the sunshine Last year, Cambridge enjoyed its first Shavuot garden party, held in the gorgeous surroundings of Kings College Fellows Garden. The sun shone, Pimms was …

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Sahlab – sweet, creamy hot drink AND ancient aphrodisiac!

Rich, creamy & delicious, topped with nuts and cinnamon, sahlab is a winter treat!

Rich, creamy & delicious, and topped with nuts and cinnamon, sahlab is a luxurious cold weather treat. Say ‘I love you’ with a cup of this glorious hot drink. I was 18 years old before I visited Israel in the winter for the first time. Despite having lots of cousins, aunts, …

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Insanely good zingy lemon and 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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Fabulously fruity recipes for Tu B’Shevat

37 fabulously fruity recipes for Tu B'Shevat

Tu B’Shevat, the Jewish new year for trees, usually falls sometime in January. It’s a relatively minor festival, but an enjoyable one, as the main means of celebration is to eat fruit! Specifically, fruits (and nuts) which grow on trees. Lovely. In previous years I’ve made this terrific tree-shaped fruit …

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