We recently hosted 17 adults and 9 babies for a Christmas lunch, the perfect way to road-test a new house (especially the kitchen!). The secret to it running smoothly… good preparation (and a kitchen with plenty of bench space and a big oven!). Here’s the menu …
I’ve been really struggling to get my kids to willingly eat vegies lately. They might look like little angels, but come mealtime and they grow devil horns. We will often have Japanese, and they LOVE gyoza. So I figured if I could stuff different kinds… Read More
I had heaps of basil (cause I planted heaps in my new veggie patch and can’t keep up with the major over-supply!).
With a bag full of kale, and plenty of nuts to choose from I set about experimenting with different quantities of each to come up with this great Paleo, gluten free and dairy free pesto recipe.
One of the things I believe strongly in is playing around with recipes.
Taking someone else’s amazing creation and tweaking it a little, or combining it with another part of a different recipe.
That’s exactly what I’ve done here!
I had a problem. I was entertaining guests, was on a strict Paleo diet and wanted to make a dessert that they were going to talk about (and not realise was gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free) – tough ask huh? It was until… Read More
Instead I made the cocoa balls as well as some dairy, gluten and sugar free blueberry muffins. The blueberry muffins won’t make it to Hey Bernice, they tasted like they were free from all those things, as well as the enjoyment factor!
The raw cocoa balls have made it, and should’ve made it here about a year ago (which is when I took this photo below) they are a winner…