Homemade Goat’s Cheese | Chevre Cream Cheese

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to make something from scratch, I would wholeheartedly encourage you to make this cheese. Impressive, easy – truly simple despite the BIG head note there and so, so good!

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Fun Garden Salad with Edible Dirt

Forget the make your own pizza party and get your guests involved in making their own garden salad, complete with edible dirt. I bet your kids will love this fun serving idea too. Dairy-free PLUS Gluten-free Paleo options.

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Speedy One Pot Vegetable and Meatball Soup (with Soba noodles)

A veggie-packed dinner that the whole family loves, cooked in one pot and served in 20? Oh yes, with requests for seconds that follow.

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Blackcurrant Caramel Yoghurt Ice Pops

Oh yes, blackcurrant flavoured caramel! In a swirly yoghurt ice pop – perfect afternoon treat during a heatwave. Low sugar, gluten-free and with a dairy-free option, too.

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Imperfect Zucchini, Asparagus and Eggplant Dip Tarts

So, you might ask, what’s imperfect about these tarts? Well, the imperfection here stems from the veggies themselves. Deemed too ugly by the major chains and otherwise destined for the scrap heap, they are being rescued. They still taste great, are cheaper and just as versatile. Want to know how?

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Strawberry Mousse Cloud Layer Cake | Celebrating 4 Years of Blogging

Strawberry Mousse Cloud Layer Cake, because strawberry and lime mousse sandwiched in between a gluten-free sponge, covered with a vanilla bean whipped cream and rose petals is my kind of celebration cake.

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Green Papaya Salad with Chilli Dressing |Plus 9 Other Salads To Inspire You

My most recent obsession in the world of salads, and I go through phases, is this crunchy and tangy Green Papaya Salad. Made with a sugar-free chilli dressing, it is a great side to grilled fish or meat or a light meal in itself.

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Almond Milk Panna Cotta with Blood Orange (or Raspberries)

As the weather warmed up briefly, I whipped up a few cups of this creamy and lightly sweet panna cotta to go with a haul of market fresh blood oranges. Raspberries were served as an option, you know, in case I kept the blood orange slices all to myself.

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