Dairy Free Apple Flapjacks are packed full of fruit but not as sweet as traditional flapjacks. Add a handful of seeds or dried fruit for an extra nutritious snack. And whether you class them as a cake or a biscuit – everyone agrees flapjacks are delicious! These vegan flapjacks are easy to make and have few ingredients. Brilliant for lunchboxes, quick breakfasts and perfect for picnics or afternoon pick-me-ups with tea!
March is the month of the #FreeFromEaster treats. A whole month of freefrom treats perfect for a spot of Easter baking with the little people! It’s brought to you by the lovely lot behind #FreeFromPancakes & if Feb was anything to go by you’re going to be spoilt for choice!
Here is my contribution – Apple Date & Walnut Hot Cross Buns (Glutenfree, Vegan & CitrusFree) They are completely Peachick Friendly as they contain no gluten, soy, egg, milk or citrus peel like traditional Hot Cross Buns. Perfect for celebrating a #FreeFromEaster with the whole family… and best of all the kids can get involved with making them too!
Vegan Apple & Cinnamon Scones packed with hot cross bun spices, just without the oranges AND much quicker to make. They can be on your plate in less than 30minutes and are delicious spread with dairy free margarine or brown apple butter. Perfect for an Easter Afternoon Tea. Dairy Free & Egg Free too!
Organic Carrot And Apple Cake made for Organic Your September in association with Wayfair UK. Light Fluffy carrot & Apple sponge with a dairyfree creamcheese frosting. Recently I was asked to create a completely organic recipe for Wayfair Uk as part of a series […]
In case you missed the my last post about Passing Stage 1 of the Milk Ladder you can read it here. Basically the littlest Peachick has successfully passed Stage 1 of milk re-introduction and we are venturing as of yesterday into Stage 2. To celebrate I made these apple filled Celebratory Cinnamon Breakfast Buns made with an enriched dough containing skimmed milk! 24hours on so far so good! I’m pretty sure milk everyday will not continue after the experiment as we don’t have it in the house everyday but it will be good to know if she goes to a friend’s house/party we won’t have to worry about what she eats (other than soya which is a whole different kettle of fish entirely!).