• Breakfast muffins

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    Breakfast muffins

    We love a good muffin with its tender, moist crumb and a crisp, crunchy top. They are also a great excuse to eat cake for breakfast! I tweaked with our spiced pumpkin tea bread recipe to create a breakfast muffin which is simple, hearty and delicious.    INGREDIENTS 2 cups all purpose flour...

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  • Chocolate sables

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    Chocolate sables

    These delicious cookies are rich, decadent and highly addictive. They come together in a flash and you can keep some stashed in your freezer to bake a few whenever you crave something chocolatey.  Adapted from Pierre Herme’s Chocolate SablesMakes about 36 cookies 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour1/3 cup Dutch-processed cocoa...

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  • Tahini protein energy bars

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    Tahini protein energy bars

    I am a big fan of tahini (sesame seed paste) for its deep, nutty flavour and love to use it as a base for cookies and biscotti. We have been real busy with Diwali orders in the kitchen and so I decided to whip up a batch of energy bars for the...

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  • Almond tahini energy balls

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    Almond tahini energy balls

    These almond tahini balls are incredibly easy to make and big on flavour. A perfect little recipe to have in your repertoire in case of a snack related emergency.   INGREDIENTS 100 gm almonds 30 gm oat flour 2 tablespoon molasses 2 tablespoon tahini 1/4 tsp salt 50 gm cranberry...

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  • Muesli with apples & raisins

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    Muesli with apples & raisins

    Muesli is one of my favourite breakfasts. Its basically a mixture of oats, nuts, seeds, dried fruits soaked overnight in milk or yogurt (or a combination of two) with some shredded apples, maple syrup/ honey or orange juice. I love a cold bowl of muesli first thing in the mornings...

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  • Chocolate granola bark

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    Chocolate granola bark

    Chocolate bark can be the best weapon in your repertoire when you have forgotten a birthday, an important anniversary or for a midnight craving. You just need some good quality chocolate (dark, milk, white) and any topping that catches your fancy:dry fruits, nuts, seeds, sea salt, granola,caramel, even potato chips!...

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  • Chocolate banana smoothie bowl

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    Chocolate banana smoothie bowl

     Smoothie bowls are a great way to sneak in your daily intake of fruits and vegetables (even the ones you don’t like) in one meal without skimping on flavour. Chocolate and bananas are a great combination and we blended a couple of tablespoons of cocoa powder with greek yogurt,  fresh...

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  • Roasted sunflower seed butter

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    Roasted sunflower seed butter

    Sunflower seed butter is a great alternative to peanut or almond butter if anyone is suffering from nut allergies. Its lower in calories and tastes great. 

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