Vegetable soda bread from Get Your Kids To Eat Anything – book review

Vegetable soda bread from Get Your Kids to Eat Anything.

This delicious vegetable packed soda bread recipe comes from Get Your Kids To Eat Anything by Emily Leary – a fantastic book to banish picky eating and make family mealtimes interesting & fun! I am extremely blessed in that my daughter Kipper will eat just about anything. Not tomatoes –…

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Squidgy date and coconut flapjacks

date flapjacks.

Squidgy coconut and date flapjacks are a delicious twist on a British tea-time treat, packed with oats and dried fruit, and flavoured with rich date syrup and a pinch of spice. Have you ever given much thought to flapjacks? These traditional British treats, made with oats and syrup, vary from…

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Vegan savoury muffins with caramelised onions & smoked tofu

child taking vegan savoury muffin from a plate.

Moist and delicious, these vegan savoury muffins are simple to make and perfect for lunchboxes, picnics, or as a light supper. Vegan baked goods can sometimes be a bit of a let-down in my experience. While it’s easy to substitute alternative fats and oils in the place of butter, finding…

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40+ of the best make-ahead recipes for easy Shavuot entertaining

40+ recipes ideal for easy Shavuot entertaining.

Make light work of Shavuot entertaining with a handy pick-and-mix menu planner! Choose from over 40 easy recipes for delicious prepare-ahead main dishes, salads and desserts, including fish, vegetarian and vegan options. In case you hadn’t noticed, Shavuot is approaching! I love to entertain on YomTov, but when we have…

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Easy vegetarian cholent – with a British twist!

a spoonful of vegetarian cholent.

A hearty & satisfying vegetarian cholent full of British flavours! Made with carrots, parsnips & a can of baked beans, it’s a perfect British Shabbat stew. Like many people, I love to learn about Jewish foods from around the world. It’s fascinating to see how Jewish cooks of ages past…

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Duke of Cambridge matza cake!

Duke of Cambridge matza cake

A delicious no-bake chocolate matza cake inspired by Duke of Cambridge cake – a British teatime classic that’s fit for a Prince! Quick & easy, this vegan slice is perfect for Pesach. This year, I’m planning a laid-back, low-stress, non-intensive Pesach. The idea is to eat simple, fresh, delicious food made…

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Eccles cake hamantaschen – a British/Jewish Purim treat

Eccles cake hamantaschen

A sweet, buttery, curranty filling encased in crisp, golden flaky pastry – classic British bake meets tasty Purim treat! It’s the Eccles cake hamantaschen!   Purim inspiration? Every year as Spring rolls around my thoughts turn to hamantaschen – those delicious three-cornered pastries traditionally enjoyed on the Jewish festival of…

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