Macheesmo bakes this wholesome and satisfying loaf with some of his favorite seeds - and walks us through the process of making one for ourselves with any seeds we fancy. He says "If you’ve never, ever, baked a loaf of bread, this can be your first loaf. It isn’t terribly hard, doesn’t require days of prep, and you don’t need any special equipment. It’s also the best loaf of bread I’ve made all year."
Mandarin might not be the first thing you think of when you are matching flavours with rhubarb, but they go so well together! With a lightly zested mandarin macaron shell and rhubarb jam, these light, fruity macarons are just perfect for afternoon tea.
The combination of coconut and chocolate is a classic for a reason - the chewy nutty bite of shredded coconut, paired with smooth rich dark chocolate is just bliss! Besides being spectacularly delicious, these little tarts are also gluten-free and super easy to make.
These muffins make a lovely healthy breakfast - lightly sweetened with agave and pineapple, made hearty with grated carrot and protein-rich egg whites, refined with a touch of spice, and then fortified with nutty whole wheat flour. Happy day muffins really. :)
Pavlovas are such simple and easy-to-make desserts that always get oooohs and ahhhs - and are so very delightful with fresh summer berries. Heather bakes these chocolate beauties, fills them with chocolate mascarpone mousse, tops them with local wild blackberries, and then surrounds them with a blackberry coulis mixed with creme anglaise. How lovely!
I'm a big fan of quick breads, especially when they're healthy like this one. This hearty loaf is made with healthy whole grains and plain yogurt, a little honey and a little oil - so it's more like a satisfying loaf than a cake. No kneading or yeast required, and you can whip one up in about an hour. Awesome!