This lasagne is something I make quite often, in particular when I have vegetables such as spinach, zucchini or kale that are beginning to look a little tired. There are so many vegetables you can use in this recipe – broccoli, cauliflower, eggplant, mushrooms, even peas – whatever takes your fancy, is easy to layer and pairs well with tomato and cheese.
These have become a regular snack (especially for morning tea, enjoyed with and dunked into a creamy coffee – I seriously recommend this). They’re easy to make, decadently chocolately, keep really well for a week and no blender (and therefore no cleaning of the blender) is required (yesss).
To make these..
Flourless chocolate cake has always been a favourite amongst the family. I’ve made several versions of this cake (often with raspberries or mixed berries, sometimes with olive oil instead of butter) but this recipe is by far the easiest and always works well. With cherries and a little spice it’s a beautiful dessert for this festive time of year. I love using a mix of hazelnut and almond meal as it gives this cake a subtle hazelnut flavour that reminds me of the chocolate hazelnut Swiss Christmas biscuits my mum makes. However using either almond or hazelnut meal is just as nice.