The Peachicks have been hard at work at No17 transforming it from a patch of weeds to a productive plot. In this post, Allotment Diaries #2 – You Chose a Plot… Now What? I’ll take you through our first couple of visits to our very own allotment and all the work we had to do before we could even consider what veggies to plant!
Peachick Diaries the place to catch up with Allotment Adventures from No17, Fab Family Days out & Reviews of our favourite goodies!
Featuring Peachicks at No17 – our mission to turn our neglected patch into a productive plot. Growing guides for our favourite veggies. Great new products and equipment we simply cant do without!
Also catch up on Fab Family Days out we have had together. Includes reviews of Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trebah Gardens & some more local to us like Marwell Zoo.
And check out The Peas favourite brands and products with their (very) honest Peachick Approved Reviews!
You may have noticed a fair few Instagram posts lately of us transforming a barren patch of land into our very own allotment. This first in a new series of posts, The Peachicks @No17 Allotment Diaries, is my way of recording this slice of Peachick history! Allotment Diaries #1 – Picking the Perfect Plot is our thoughts on choosing an allotment plot.
These Dairyfree Sultana Teacakes are made with a dough enriched with sultanas, Koko Dairyfree and Vitalite Spread, making them dairyfree, eggfree and suitable for vegans too! April is here and I actually can’t quite believe I am saying this… not only is Easter is …
Happy Birthday Ginger Peachick! I can’t believe you have hit the ripe old age of 4 already. It doesn’t seem possible! My last baby is no longer a baby!
These Healthy Chocolate & Tahini Cookie Dough Balls are soft, chewy and full of crunchy nuts & seeds. They make a great vegan protein packed nutritious post swim snack! They are really cute and because the mixture doesn’t spread they keep their little dumpling shape, they were named Cookie Dumplings by the Peachicks. They are dairyfree, eggfree and glutenfree (contain oats) and are brilliant for lunchboxes and after gym snacks. They are packed with nutrients, although I would recommend leaving the nuts out for school lunchboxes as a lot of schools have no nuts policies. These would also be AMAZING with small apple chunks in it!