Sweet potato waffles – make your waffles healthier by adding sweet potato! These delicious waffles are light and crispy with a lightly spiced sweet flavour and the added benefits of sweet potatoes and wholemeal flour.
Sweet potatoes have got to be the most versatile vegetable. I use them all the time, in everything from curries to cakes; and most lately, in these delicious sweet potato waffles. (more…)
Peanut butter and jam waffles – the classic PB&J combination in tasty waffle form!
These peanut butter and jam waffles are a delicious interpretation of a classic PB&J sandwich – crisp, fluffy peanut butter flavour waffles topped with a quick and easy jam sauce and an amazing peanut butter sauce because you can never have too much peanut butter right?! (more…)
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What is the first food that come to mind when you think of brunch? There are so many delicious options but for me, it’s got to be waffles. They are a little bit too much effort to make for breakfast (or maybe that’s just me, I am not a morning person and I struggle with anything that is more effort than pouring some cereal into a bowl…), but for brunch they are just perfect and would be my first choice every time. (more…)
I unsurprisingly own quite a lot of kitchen equipment (and yet still covet more!); a lot of it gets used regularly; some things, such as the ice cream maker and deep fryer, get brought out every now and again; and some things shamefully get used once then shoved in a drawer never to see the light of day again. My poor waffle maker was one of those things that got used once then put away. It makes no sense to have neglected it so, seeing as how both I and Damian love waffles; I suppose I merely forgot about it’s existence. I came across it whilst attempting to clear out a cupboard and vowed to put it to more frequent use; these chocolate chip almond waffles were a perfect reminder of just how good waffles can be. (more…)
Yesterday I took a trip to London to attend the first ever Best Of PinterestUK awards as several (five!) of my recipes had been shortlisted; I didn’t win in the end but my spiralized vegetable noodle bowls did come runner up in the best healthy recipe category (beaten by a recipe by Fearne Cotton) for which I won a whole kilo of chocolate. Even better than the chocolate though was actually getting to meet a load of my fellow food bloggers, most of whom I had thus far only known online and who were all even lovelier in real life. (more…)
Who says ice cream is just for summer? To me, maple syrup is very much a warm, caramel-like autumn/winter flavour and this creamy maple ice cream with maple caramel swirl is one of my favourite ice cream flavours. Plus it makes an amazing replacement for vanilla ice cream with hot desserts such as apple pie or crumble and is perfect with pancakes or waffles for breakfast, maybe drizzled with a little extra maple caramel… (more…)