Strawberry Cream Oatmeal Smoothie — Frugal Hausfrau

I love this Strawberry Cream Oatmeal Smoothie! It’s super simple, full of healthy, natural ingredients and is ready in a shake! And you don’t need any frozen ingredients! Bonus. At least if you’re like me and forget to freeze fruit for smoothies! via Strawberry Cream Oatmeal Smoothie — Frugal Hausfrau

Breakfast for the holidays

…an intimate gathering Superfood Toast Serves 4 2 ripe avocados Juice of a lemon 6-8 spring onions, chopped (don’t throw away the green bits, just keep chopping) A small handful each of flat leaf parsley and coriander A pinch of Himalayan pink salt and cracked black pepper Your choice of toasted bread A handful pumpkin […]…

Crostini…. so easy to make!

Crostini are my go to appetizer. They are so easy to make, a little bit classy while still being casual, and they kind of remind me of pizza, so of course they are my favorite. Especially if you have a great bread shop near by, you can grab a lovely long baguette and slice it […]…

Avocado Mini Tortillas

Ashley Thompson is a pastry chef who shares her penchant for simple, tasty food at No Thyme to Waste. Just one look at her photography will bring you back for helping after helping. via No Thyme to Waste — Discover

Avocado Smoothies

On a job in London, an assistant turned up with an avocado smoothie to go with my lunch. Ewww – avocado in a smoothie? I obliged the kid and drank it. It was one of Oprah’s A-HA! moments. Sounds gross but tastes freakin’ delicious. Avocados make smoothies creamy without having to add any dairy! This […]…

Summer Salad with grapes

via Summer Salad with grapes, goats cheese and honey mustard dressing… — a mindful traveller

Creme Brulee

Celebrate today with a wonderful dessert. Crème brulee is also known as burnt cream, crema Catalana, and Trinity creme. The crème brûlée originally came from France. Literally, it is called burned cream. This dessert is also popular in Spain and Portugal and is made from egg yolk, cream and sugar. You can find my recipe…

Heirloom Tomato, Burrata, and Basil Parfaits

It’s peak summer season, which means…it’s peak tomato season. The farmer’s market tables are piled high … Continue reading → via Heirloom Tomato, Burrata, and Basil Parfaits — TasteFood

Is Fruit good for you?

If you have been following my blog for a while then the chances are you will have often heard me speak of the dangers of consuming refined sugars! It is widely acknowledged that too much of the sweet stuff can lead to weight gain, heart disease, disruption of the hormones, fluctuating energy levels, premature ageing […]…

Strawberry rhubarb crumb-bumble

Things can be a little slow up here in the North country. Early spring blessings don’t always greet us in early spring–sometimes we have to wait until much closer to summer for delicious things like strawberries and rhubarb to emerge. But, oh, when they do… I can’t snap a stalk of fresh rhubarb or bite […]…

Lemon Shortbread Bars

If I had to name a favorite baking ingredient, it would be a lemon, and, in … Continue reading → via Baking Favorites: Lemon Shortbread Bars — TasteFood