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Baked Baby Figs with Dark Chocolate Sauce

Do you like figs? Up until now I never really got a handle on why people raved about figs. Once I came up with this recipe I fell in love, so thought it an apt dish to serve on Valentine's Day.

Persimmon & Apple Puree

Impress your friends with this very simple fruit puree. I had to share it with you as the persimmon elevates the humble apple puree by adding a special lusciousness and moreish flavour. A handy one to have in the fridge to use on your morning porridge, or nut muesli, as a snack on rice or oat cakes.
 
This puree is also a great companion to coconut cream, adding a light fruity taste.

Butternut Squash Soup

Go on you must like an easy satisfying soup. What better veg than a butternut squash to fill the gap. Cosy up to this great standby. Especially if you've have it prepared beforehand in the fridge to have as a quick lunch or light supper. Add a few slices of gluten-free bread or hummus and veggie batons and you're sorted. 

Apple & Blackberry Crumble

A definite comfort food to sweeten the coldest of days. This one is free of dairy, wheat, gluten if you ensure to use ingredients you use are. 

Crunchy Cornflake Buns

Remember as a child making rice crispy buns? Here's a play on the "throwing" nearly a packetful of rice krispies into the warmed and melted chocolate. Use cornflakes instead for, what I think is, a far crispier texture than rice krispies. 

Healthy Mixed Seed & Hazelnut Butter

When you want to pack more seeds and nuts this is s satisfying snack lasting longer than chewing on a small handful of seeds and nuts. It's one of my go-to recipes. Lots of goodness here folks so get it into ya!!!

Raw Cacao, Almond & Cranberry Snowballs

Truffles always impress don't they? These are healthy and so easy to prepare, have no nasty "non-food" ingredients and a perfect treat to share when friends drop in for a cuppa and chat at any time of the year.

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