It wouldn’t be Christmas without some kind of gingerbread recipe would it? We have taken a simple, but lightened up, cupcake recipe and added our two favourite Christmas spices, ginger and cinnamon, to make some Christmas Gingerbread Cupcakes that the whole family will love.
Everybody loves dessert - some would say it's the best course. From Chocolate Pie to Nice Cream Sandwiches to our incredible Mint Chocolate Dessert find the ideal dessert finish off your meal perfectly!
The festive season is all about baking for us, and these Cinnamon Flapjacks couldn’t be easier. Just 6 ingredients, minimal prep time and so simple that they are a great recipe to make with kids. Buttery and sugary oats that are flavoured with cinnamon and ginger and baked until they are crispy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.
If you are looking for a super cute Christmas dessert that the kids will not only love eating, but making too, then give these Santa Hat Brownies a try. Just a few ingredients are needed to make these raw Christmas brownies and then top them with yoghurt and strawberries to make Santa hats. Perfect for a Christmas party.
Christmas is the time when we indulge in deliciously indulgent desserts and this Christmas Cheesecake is perfect for that. A cinnamon biscuit base, topped with a light cream cheese and white chocolate mix that is flavoured with orange juice and zest and a little vanilla. All of the flavours of Christmas in a really simple dessert, that looks impressive, but is super easy to make.
A slice of banana bread is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. Why not save yourself some calories with this lower in fat Healthy Banana Bread! Grab a cup of tea, a slice of this delicious banana bread and put your feet up for a well deserved break.
Gooey and fudgey chocolate brownies that don’t require any baking. These No Bake Brownies are packed full of healthy fats, raw ingredients and sweetened with just dates, banana and a little honey. Even better is that they are stored in the freezer, making them a delicious cool treat on a hot day, and hidden out of sight as they are seriously tempting.
When those ice cream cravings hit, but you want something a bit lighter, why not blend up a frozen banana and make yourself some healthy Banana Nice Cream. A lower in calorie and fat alternative to ice cream, which kids love too. So many different ways to flavour it and the topping choices are almost endless. And it’s vegan too!
These light and moist Banana Oat Muffins are a hit with kids of all ages, and you can use any toppings you like. Naturally sweetened they can be a nutritious breakfast on the go, or a filling snack. With no butter, sugar or oil, these muffins are a lighter choice, but still bursting with flavour.