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Oaty Chocolate Hazelnut slice

This oaty chocolate hazelnut slice is a yummy, better for you sweet treat.  I felt like baking in the weekend, and I had some hazelnuts in the fridge that I needed to use.  I decided to experiment and came up with this yummy slice that isn’t too high in sugar or fat.  It has a […]

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Homemade nut bars

Homemade nut bars are a breeze to make.  These kind of remind me a bit of the birdseed slice that mum used to make when we were kids – only without all the butter.  Home made nut bars are, in my opinion, better than the supermarket ones I’ve tried.  They’re a little sticky and chewy […]

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Banana coconut muffins

These banana coconut muffins are a lot different from the super sized cake like muffins you’d buy at the supermarket.  They’re made with spelt flour which makes them good for people with IBS who follow a low FODMAP diet. O and they’re super tasty!  I’ve been having them in my lunch box this week. Ingredients […]

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Chocolate zucchini cake

These mini chocolate zucchini cakes taste totally indulgent, but because they’re made with zucchini, some wholemeal flour and macadamia nut oil are a wee bit healthier than the standard chocolate cake.  These are dense, fudgey cakes and  they’re the perfect portion size for a treat. Here’s how. (adapted from Martha Stewart) Ingredients 1/4 cup macadamia […]

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Orange, Poppy and Chia Seed Muffins

For a treat the other weekend I had an orange and poppy seed muffin at my favourite cafe that was so good I wanted to recreate it at home, just a wee bit healthier. After reading about amaranth flour, I decided to give it a go in these muffins.  Amaranth flour is derived from the […]

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