It’s like a burst of summer in every bite!
I recently spent an absolutely splendid three weeks overseas (a celebratory holiday after graduating from university, hurrah!) and one of the places I visited was Paris. I took a bike trip to see Versailles with the company Fat Tire Bikes, who I highly recommend for a very entertaining and relaxing tour (and even for those like me, who haven’t ridden a bike since they were a small child).
To gather provisions for a picnic in the palace grounds, we made a stop at market place where there were a wide variety of shops full of scrumscious food. I could not walk past this bakery without grabbing a pastry (or three). Forgive me for not taking note of the name of the bakery, but honestly there are millions of them all over the city.
This is only a small view of the shop, as it was a bit difficult to take photos further inside as it was so crowded!
This is a modified recipe from Sanitarium’s wonderful free cookbook, Food For Health and Happiness, which arrived in my letterbox yesterday. Giving away easy, healthy and delicious recipes in a cute cookbook – what a great company!
A very straight-forward, delicious and healthy dinner for one.
Using ground almonds instead of flour in this cake makes the texture heavenly.
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Brighten your day with this vibrant, crimson dip.
A healthy banana bread that toasts beautifully, which will provide you with many mornings of breakfasty enjoyment.
A wonderfully moist, zesty cake to bake on a relaxed Sunday morning.