Looking for a sugar free tomato sauce to serve with your sausage rolls? Then look no further. Quick and simple to make with the bonus of knowing there are no nasty ingredients.
To be completely honest with you, I am reblogging this post as I don’t want to lose the recipe. And I just love mint and like most of you, I also love chocolate. So it goes without saying that I love chocolate mint cookies. Not everyones favorites I admit, but I can’t help but drool somewhat when I think about biting into a chocolate and mint cookie. Heck I even tried making mint Kombucha – not a success, but that is another story.
So today I am lazy, my kitchen creation bucket has emptied, so it is super handy that Casey Joy at Fed and Fit is so good at letting us lazy bloggers share her recipe.
Just take a look at how yummy these little numbers are!
I’m definitely a fan of summer – a long hot day at the beach is more my style than the dark, dull, cold wet days of an Auckland winter. But one bonus of having to endure winter is that at this time of the year my little Meyer lemon tree comes up trumps. This year is pretty exceptional and the poor wee tree is so loaded with fruit some of its branches are bending and in danger of snapping right off!
What to do with lemons? Preserving and baking come to mind and I’ll leave Preserved Lemons for another post. So baking it is, something tangy with a hint of sweetness. A tasty treat to have with morning coffee or afternoon tea or eaten warm with whipped cream for dessert? So how about this then?
A moist Lemon, Honey and Ginger Loaf that is grain-free, gluten-free, LCHF not to mention primally inspired!