I’ve teamed up with Vicinity Centres to come up with some simple, fresh winter food ideas you can pick up at your local Vicinity Centre. Hot chai chocolates, pimped up couscous and spiralised vegetable noodles, all things you can do easily at home.
Treat your Mum to a delicious Mother’s Day at Bibelot in South Melbourne. Or pick Mum up one of the gorgeous chocolate water lilies instead of a bunch of flower.
It’s a classic combination loved by many, it’s the nuttiness of peanut butter and the richness of chocolate. With a little coconut oil, you’ll be popping these babies in your mouth like no tomorrow!
It’s chocolatey, it’s banana-y, it’s fudgy and damn fine! It’s a simple banana cake to help you save those over ripe bananas.
A rich chocolate cake, paired with decadent chestnut cream, draped in an oozey chocolate ganache.
Oooey gooey chocolate goodness, now with the added bonus of salted caramel.
Dessert doesn’t always have to be something that you need to feel guilty about having. These chocolate chia cups are so quick and easy to make, you might find yourself having one of these a little too often in fact!
There are many of us out there who are looking for an easier way to integrate more nutrients into our everyday diets. For me personally, I’m busier than ever, and barely home these days, so eating a balanced diet isn’t always easy. Discovering new exciting products from Nature’s Way Superfoods has definitely been a bonus.
Two Australian classics coming together with a Swedish twist for Australia Day.
Meet the Lamalova, part lamington, part pavlova. You can’t go wrong!
Iron Chef Shellie turns 7 today!
From humble beginnings, to the present day crazy cakes. What better way to celebrate than with a cake covered in donuts?
Veda is to blame for putting me onto this recipe. The first time I went to her house, she pulled her version of these fresh out of the oven, and they shortly made it to my mouth… 2… or maybe 3 slices down.
Just a reminder that RSPCA Cupcake day is on Monday!
If you are after something a little bit different, and little bit cute; why not give these a whirl!
As if croissants weren’t indulgent enough, it’s time to make them even better with pears and dark chocolate for the ultimate treat.
Today is National Doughnut Day in America. But I’m declaring it Donut Day here in Australia too. Why should the Americans have all the fun? To celebrate, I’ve made some olive oil donuts with Olive Oils from Spain.
Bowls of coffee and ricotta hotcakes in Hobart, to oyster farming and cheese tasty on Bruny Island. This day was a hard one to beat.
Chocolate, raspberries, banana, it’s a match made in heaven. Whether it’s what you want for breakfast, or later on with a cuppa and some gossip, it will take you to a #happyplace.
After driving of Spirit of Tasmania, it was time for us to make our way down to Hobart. A few stops along the way including the Christmas Hills Berry Farm.
Another year has passed, and I’m apparently a year older according to the universe. Am I any wiser than this time last year? Who knows; let’s take a stab in the dark and say, yes.
I decided to make a stack of pancakes to celebrate, because why have cake when you can have pancakes?!
This quick and easy recipe makes great edible gifts at Christmas.
With the inclusion of candy canes, anyone who loves the choc-mint combination will love this!
Christmas treat don’t get anymore simpler than this!
Not only are they super easy to make, they look super cute too.
Another cute culinary gift you can give, are these mini brownies, smothered with ganache and topped with candy canes. You can make them cupcake size, or mini cupcake size I have done here.