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Cacao Nibs & Gogi Berry Ice Pop

Icy, crunchy & cooling is how we describe this ice pop. Not sweet at all but thirst quenching in a blistering heat (which we got in Ireland yesterday, yah!). There's a tip too if you don't have ice lollies moulds.

Chia Seed & Raspberry Pudding

I often come across chia seed puddings on the web but never had the inclination to make one. That all changed yesterday when I had some leftover almond milk. For the laugh I decided to make up a pudding so I could once and for all prove it's not worth the effort. 

So wrong was I. What a gorgeous breakfast or mid-afternoon snack and way too easy. 

Wild Garlic & Kale Hummus

Up to last week I'd never tasted wild garlic. As a child I remember traipsing around back roads between Waterford city and the seaside village of Tramore searching for gooseberries, blackberries and all those wonders. I wouldn't count it as one of my favourite pastimes but the sweet smell of blackberry pies or gooseberry fool were the rare delights of my childhood that I do miss from those excursions.

How to make Carrot & Courgette Noodles without a spiruliser

What do you think, a cool kitchen gadget or what? 

I came across this 2-in-1 peeler in the supermarket recently. It's label promised veggie juliennes. As my kitchen space is limited a spirualiser is not on the cards right now. On seeing this I instantly dreamt of perfect salad noodles.

Baked Poached Pears & Apple

The chill in the air still has me reaching for hearty grub and comforting desserts like this one. We seem to be eating a lot of this lately. 

There's Something About… Pancakes

They cry out for dairy-free creamy mushrooms and your favourite fresh herb. Or for the "sweet-tooths" out there grab the homemade raspberry jam or sugar and lemon wedges. Another favourite here is maple syrup drizzle, a scoop or two of homemade dairy-free ice cream and chocolate sauce.

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