Buckwheat and Prune Oatmeal Biscuits/Biscuits aux pruneaux, flocons d’avoine et sarrasin

I’m in a rule breaking mood today. This recipe ticks all the cookie box criteria but for some strange reason, I’ve decided to call them, biscuits like a good English girl. 😉

I don’t know why, but when I think of cookies, the word conjures up images of soft, chewy, dreamy confections, maybe with melted lumps of chocolate chips inside…hmmm….

but biscuits, well biscuits are beautifully crunchy and crisp, and make lots of lovely noises when you eat.These biscuits are more of the soft dreamy variety, but they’re so much more than cookies in disguise! They are healthy, nutritious and delicious…

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Gluten Free Milk Bread

Happy New Year everyone! Before you say it I realise I’m kinda late to write a blog post ushering in the New Year but I’ve been having milk issues! I mean, what do you do when you have waaay too much milk in the fridge and not enough time to do something with it? This is the question I’ve been pondering for quite a while now and with time running out running out and a belly full of milkshake and porridge.  I realised I had to do something quick.

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Savoury Butternut Squash Muffins

Ever since I stumbled across le pain quotidien’s parmesan and basil muffins. I’ve been searching high and low for a good savoury muffin recipe that I could actually eat! My search didn’t amount to much, so I decided to put it on the back burner. It wasn’t until my cyber jog over to Susan from Food Blogga’s page that I found what I’d been looking for and even better I had all the ingredients sitting in my kitchen just waiting to be turned into something delicious! There was only one thing missing…..it wasn’t gluten-free, so Susan graciously allowed me to ‘gluten-free’ her recipe and this is what I came up with:

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Orange and Date Sorghum Cake

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Gâteau de sorgho is a tunisian cake made with sorghum flour or droo as it’s known in Tunisia… This cake started out as a gâteau de sorgho but by the time I’d finished messing around with it, it was kind of transformed into an orange and date cake. Sorghum flour is the prime ingredient and it still contains some essential middle eastern ingredients.

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