“Head of a fish” shortbread cookies for Rosh Hashanah!

head of a fish shortbread cookie

One of the more ‘out there’ symbolic foods for Rosh Hashanah has to be the head of a fish. Placed on the festive table (although rarely eaten!) it symbolises our desire to be “the head and not the tail” – leaders rather than followers, or maybe thoughtful and considered rather…

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Chocolate orange pudding ice-lollies – frozen sugar-free vegan treats!

child eating chocolate orange pudding ice-lolly.

Keep cool this summer with delicious chocolate orange pudding ice-lollies! Creamy chocolate pudding & fresh orange make ice-lollies your family will love. A while ago (when I made my amazing vegan 3-ingredient chocolate tart) I mused about the items available in supermarket kosher sections, and whether they were really any indication…

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Amazing garlic & herb potato wedges – better than chips!

Tray of baked potato wedges.

Crispy, savoury and delicious, these super-easy baked potato wedges are delicious dipped in mayo or ketchup, or served anywhere you’d normally have chips. During Pesach, readymade frozen oven chips were off the menu. Perhaps you can buy them for Pesach where you live, but here in Cambridge, far from a…

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Cinnamon sugar matzah nachos -‘machos!’ – with fruit salsa

Crunchy, sweet & cinnamony, these delicious matzah nachos are served with a fresh fruit salsa to make a terrific Pesach snack, dessert or even breakfast!

Have you made ‘machos’ yet? These crunchy matza nachos seem to be having a moment and it’s easy to see why – they’re super-easy and incredibly moreish. A brilliant way to make matza into something a bit special. I had the idea to make sweet machos after reading this post…

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Fortune cookie hamantaschen! Happy Purim!

Fortune cookie hamantaschen.

Crisp, sweet and delicious! These easy-to-make vanilla flavoured fortune cookie hamantaschen contain Purim greetings and fun messages. Happy Purim! I’ve had these fortune cookie hamantaschen in mind for years and years, and I’m so pleased I finally found time to work out how to make them! Knitted treats I had…

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