SOURDOUGH SCONES/”HOT CROSS BUNS”

So easy you can’t go wrong. I don’t think. All you need is oat flour (whizz oats in the food processor or blender till as fine as it’ll get), water kefir, dried fruit and spices, and a dash of molasses for hot cross buns.   Advertisements

Easy spiced muffins: wheat free, can be dairy free, can be gluten free, nut free, sugar free

Muffins are very handy things to have on hand, but it’s taken me a while to find a recipe that’s quick, easy, relatively crap free, and we all like. I ended up adapting one, and here it is. (It’s super forgiving, so feel free to mix it up, yo.) Ingredients: 3 eggs 1 can drained … Continue reading

Breakfast cookies (dairy free, sugar free, (gluten free)

Sir A is still having eczema issues. It’s only on the back of his knees now, which is nice, but still not ideal. I took another look at his allergy report from 2 years ago in the hopes it’d help me avoid having to do another one. Peanuts, apparently. He’d been eating a LOT of … Continue reading

Oaty snacks: dairy free, wheat free, sugar free, nut free, can be egg free

Two things inspired the creation of this recipe: first, Lord B is now staying at Montessori for 1 lunch a week, which will go up to two next term and end up 5 by the time he’s five – there is a strict no nut policy, which makes things awkward since he doesn’t do dairy … Continue reading

Blueberry instant pudding

Apparently Americans really like that packet instant pudding stuff? Not knowing a huge number of Americans, I could be wrong, but it’s the impression I get. Can’t say I’ve ever been partial, but when one does feel like an instant dessert, this one is great. And so easy. There are two options – very ripe … Continue reading