This is an intriguing Easter chocolate treat of choice for grown ups who appreciate a dense and fudgey brownie. The Guinness gives it a hit of bitterness- lovely – to bring a smile to any adult’s mouth!
Homemade gifts always come with love don’t they? Fragrant and practical, create different sachets for good sleep, a moth detergent wardrobe or a Christmas theme.
Check out this recipe that is fun to do with the kids and is perfect for our new spring weather!
It has fruit sugars and just a touch of maple syrup but the oats stabilise everything.
To celebrate coming out of lockdown, you can use smoked salt if you can find it, but I used regular and it was still delish! It’s easy. It’s got a little protein. It contains dark chocolate so it ahem, feeds the hormones and boosts the mood!
Here’s what we made with our last remaining pre-Covid-19 yeast sachet from deep in the pantry this week (I found out that fresh yeast is available from the deli of the fruit shop in Stocklands) Kneading is meditative and therapeutic! And so is the munching on the warm salty softness you will create!
Quick and simple and, oh – how I love kaffir lime leaves direct from our plant on the deck – delicious! I poached the chicken in some leftover coconut milk we had in the fridge, but any way you want to do your chicken to shred will work fine. Enjoy!