Banana and Date Loaf

This is a delicious loaf made with all natural sugars and coconut oil.   Continue Reading

Moist Apple Purée and Strawberry Loaf

This is a deliciously moist loaf, which is perfect to make on a Sunday evening for three days of easy slice-and-serve breakfasts. It’s even more delicious when served with some extra fruit.   Continue Reading

Fruity French Toast Rolls

These delicious French toast rolls are very easy for young babies to handle. I only had sourdough bread in the house when I made these to photograph, but I honestly think that normal plain white bread is a lot easier to create these with and achieves a better result. You can slice the rolls into 1-2cm rounds to make them more interesting for older babies.   Continue Reading

Cherry and Cranberry Muffins

I can’t seem to go a week without baking some yummy muffins, they are so quick to whip up and if you use spelt flour they are almost guilt-free for both mummy and baby!   Continue Reading

Simple Strawberry Muffins

These cupcakes are so quick and easy to whip up and taste absolutely divine. I decided to bake these when Annabelle suddenly decided to go off her favourite red fruit, so with a punnet in the fridge that needed eating, I got baking and guess what … she loved them! Continue Reading

Mixed Berry, Pear and Coconut Mini Loaves

If you don’t have a mini loaf tin you can make a large loaf and bake for 45 – 50 minutes. Continue Reading

Carrot Muffins

I truly believe that these muffins are one of my best creations! Being a huge fan of carrot cake, these are right up my street and of course, not forgetting Annabelle - she likes them a heck of a lot too! Continue Reading

Cherry, Lemon and Apricot Muffins (LOW SUGAR)

This is me experimenting with my cherry and apricot muffins using Truvia as a sugar substitute, I did however add lemon curd (which contains sugar!) I will give you the options for Truvia and Maple Syrup so you can decide for yourself which to use. [paypal_donation_button]   Continue Reading

Two Ingredient Banana Pancakes

This recipe is a lifesaver when you’re short of time and it makes a nice change from your bog-standard toast, cereal or porridge breakfast. These pancakes are very healthy and packed with protein. To create a thicker batter you could add 1-2 tablespoons of oats.   Continue Reading

Three Ingredient Coconut Scones

This recipe is perfect for busy mums like me (and probably you too!). The scones contain only three ingredients and bake in just 10 minutes… perfect! [paypal_donation_button] Continue Reading