It has a perfect soft spongy texture and holds together brilliantly for sandwiches, but is also amazing toasted for breakfast.
It contains protein from eggs and healthy fats from the nuts, topped with avocado and tomato, it really is a complete meal.
Did you know gelatin improves gut health and digestion, protects our joints, improves sleep quality, lifts mood and cognitive ability, improves skin health, heart health, maintains strong bones and helps you feel full longer?
I know! Quite amazing! I'm sure you don't need any more reasons to try it for yourself!
Another Grandma Burrell (Dad's mum) special, the Belgium biscuit was a real treat and much loved by all the cousins at family get-togethers.
Two delicious cinnamon biscuits sandwiched with raspberry jam, topped with pink icing and jelly crystals! Fiddly to make, but that never worried Grandma!
Who doesn't love shortbread? Buttery velvety and completely dunkalicious!
I have memories of making it with my mum (and eating half the mixture raw truth be told!), of molding the shortbread into a log and having to patiently wait until it cooled to slice and bake.
Here's a healthier, grain-free alternative to the traditional Scottish favorite
One for grown ups this week! Despite what the name suggests, there's no caffeine in this cake, just delicious nutty cinnamon swirls.
Perfect along side your coffee or tea, this cake can also be made without the topping for a simple snack, but in my opinion needs the extra layer for depth of flavour.
I don't know about your family, but in mine, the Griffins Shewsbury's were always one of the first to go when we'd get to choose a biscuit from the biscuit jar.
We all used to have our own ways to eat them, my brothers would often eat the middle first, but I always nibbled around the outside and saved the jam bit for last.
I'm always seeing people spending over $10 on one of those little packets of 5 tiny Little Bird Macaroons, and as delicious as they are, many of us just can't afford upwards of $2 per treat, so I set about to try and recreate a cheaper sugar free version.
Many of you have also been requesting some nut free baking inspiration and these are perfect for nut free lunch boxes (as many schools seem to be going this way due to the increase in nut allergies).
Louise Slice is such a kiwi classic that I had to give it a healthy spin!
This version is very reminiscent of the original but without the sugar filled jam and flour filled cake.
The perfect accompaniment with your cup of tea, sure to impress at any morning tea shout and also travels well in your bento to school!
This delicious, cheesy and nutrient dense savoury slice is the perfect breakfast on the go, a great lunch box filler or a great 3pm pick me up to tide you over until dinner.
I don't know about you, but ginger slice definitely brings back memories from childhood and it's one of the first things I'm drawn too in cafe cabinets when I eat out.
Packed with sugar, butter and white flour, the traditional version is less than ideal for us, however with a few tweaks and additions here and there, this recipe is sure to satisfy that ginger slice craving in addition to nourishing with nuts, good fats and uses a fructose free sweetener.
Everyone needs a go-to Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe, and after many a trial and error, here's mine!
This grain free cookie is crunchy, not too sweet, and mighty fine dunked in a hot drink.
After so many positive comments on the Peanut Butter and Jam Slice from earlier this year, I set about to make an easier, quicker, grab-and-go version and am pleased to announce these bites an absolute winner!
With only 4 ingredients TOTAL, they're the easiest and tastiest little treat for all die hard peanut butter addicts.