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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!


A cute little cake idea to spoil your Mum this Mother’s Day. Coconut, raspberry and cream cheese will definitely earn you brownie points!


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.

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Two Australian classics coming together with a Swedish twist for Australia Day.

Meet the Lamalova, part lamington, part pavlova. You can’t go wrong!


Quinoa is not just a replacement for couscous, you can enjoy it for breakfast as well with the help of some classic morning companions.


Rhubarb, rhubarb, rhubarb. Do you like it? Do you hate it? Have you never even had it?
It’s a bit on the tarty kind of side of things, so it pairs beautifully with this coconutty cake with marzipanny goodness.


A brunch for Dairy Farmers Thick & Creamy yoghurt launch at Collingwood Children’s Farm. It was like a wedding: gorgeous long tables, fragrant colourful flowers, stunning looking food. We were spoilt for choice!


Cocktails, mocktails, make them all with Bickford’s Premium Super Fruit Juices! This post has 6 recipes for you to try with the large variety of juices on offer.


I’ve renamed these “crack tarts” cos you won’t be able to stop at just one, or two… or three!


A birthday cake based on an iconic Aussie cookie. This nearly turned into an episode of “my drunk kitchen” as well!


Cakes are so easy to make in the Thermomix, especially this one. Make caster sugar from raw sugar in seconds, whack everything in as listed and bang it in a tin bound for the oven.


As if banoffee pie wasn’t indulgent enough; I give you, chocolate banoffee pie!


I bought bananas with the intention of doing a granola, but I was unable to go with my original plan when my neck and back starting giving me some serious grief. It was so bad I thought I should have gone to the emergency ward, but I managed to get into see someone the next

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Sometimes I only function in my own bubble; so when Nic from Dining with a Stud emailed me to inform me about The Great Australian Pavlova Blog Hop, I knew I was gonna take part due to the 4939259374234 free range eggs I’ve accumulated from a family friend’s chickens. BUT WHAT TO DO!?!? I sat

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I had most of a can left of coconut cream from making cha bo the other day and didn’t know what to do with it. So I found this recipe amongst my magazine tear outs and it seemed to have everything we had in the house. Hamsley and are are obsessed with fresh mangoes lately.

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If you are on a strict diet, look away…. I was luckily enough to be one of the lucky tweeters when the call for people to sample the new desserts from my favourite place in town went out. Along with other passionate foodies, we indulged in the lastest creations from super couple Bernard and Yen

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“We think that if our new menu was any more gourmet, you’d have to order it in a French accent” – Crust Pizza Crust Pizza knows it doesn’t have a chance at winning a Michelin Star, but it didn’t stop them from writing a letter as part of their clever marketing campaign for the launch

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You know those bananas in your fruit bowl… the sad looking ones that you look at…. you know they are too ripe, but you don’t want to throw them out? Well it’s their lucky day! They can be combined with coconut, chocolate and muffin mix and be brought back to life again! These muffins are

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More Easter baking! This cake is so incredibly easy to make, you could make it anytime of year, just leave off the Easter eggs. It is such a moist cake. I like the idea of using orange juice instead of milk, maybe that has something to do with why it was so moist. Orange &

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Since I hadn’t baked for about a week I was starting to feel the need to get into the kitchen and make something tasty. I found this recipe in my “to try” folder. I had all the ingredients in the cupboard so I didn’t need to venture down to the shops… which was great cos

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I’ve been wanting to make this cake for some time now, but the only thing that put me off making it was that it has bananas in it, and my mum doesn’t eat bananas. But I couldn’t take it anymore and I made it today! (sorry mum, you won’t be taste testing this one). The

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What a busy weekend of cooking this weekend! I’m glad to finally be relaxing in my bean bag whilst my boyfriend plays a bit of wii next to me! I’m exhausted!! I was off to see my Grandma, and told her I’d bring a cake for afternoon tea. So on my daily time wasting exercise

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