These fudgy little balls are firstly SO easy and quick to make, all you need is a bowl, fork and spoon, and only four ingredients. Secondly, they are delicious raw but when frozen also make a nice chilled snack (when taken from the freezer and allowed to defrost a little they’re chewy and almost caramel like). One or two make an energising and nourishing ‘pick me up’ snack. Roll and dust them in whatever you like best – cacao, cocoa powder, sesame seeds, cinnamon and/or coconut all work well. If you love bananas and peanut butter (or any other nut butter) these are really worth a go!
Recently I was surprised with this beautifully decorated cake. It was a birthday gift from my partner who rarely bakes so I couldn’t help but take a few photos (before I eagerly asked to try it right away). After tasting it, totally adoring it and finding out that he had followed a Donna Hay recipe however had made a few sneaky (and while risky well worth it) adjustments, I couldn’t not share the recipe. If you’re a fan of light yet super lemony lemon cakes I highly recommend trying it!
Lemony, zesty and subtly sweet. These homemade lemon lollies (or jellies) are surprisingly easy, packed with vitamin C and as they contain pure gelatin are also wonderful for gut health. Gelatine helps to restore and maintain a healthy stomach lining and as it also absorbs water can help to keep fluid in the digestive tract (which enables smooth healthy movement). It also has lots of other benefits including helping to keep your skin healthy and beautiful (being involved in the formation of collagen) and keeping your joints strong and healthy. For a vegetarian or vegan alternative, you can use agar agar in place of gelatin, which also works to create a perfect jelly-like lollie. These lollies are just a fun immunity boosting treat for us adults and kids too.