Let’s upgrade brunch today. Because it is autumn and now more than ever we need long easy supper to catch up, share good food and drink and generally avoid thinking about the changing weather. Enter this brand new maple apple whisky sour cocktail.
The Great British Bake Off has landed off, which means CAKE. Not that I need any excuse to make this almond topped cardamom apple layer cake.
These gluten-free apple and salmon fish cakes are oh so stuff your face and then stuff it some more (except when competing with unicorn anything) good.
Autumn really is a time of fruitfulness. In our garden we’ve got an old pear tree. According to Freddy’s uncle, it was planted when the house was built, aka 87 years ago. However old it is, at this time of year we are overcome with pears. For about two weeks we have more pears than we could ever want. At the same time, down the road, the orchard is groaning with discovery apples.
This coconut, parsnip and apple soup is flavourful and perfect for a light meal. It is oh so creamy, slightly sweet with a hint of spice from the curry powder and it is suitable for vegans.
I had a Halloween plan. A simple one really – aka make blood cookies and Dracula punch and blog about them. But I woke up in the morning, saw my pancake pan and thought I really, really, really just want to make pumpkin pancakes. So pumpkin pancakes you get.
This warming spiced apple granola recipe with cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla makes a great autumn breakfast, snack or even dessert.
These hazelnut apple muffins are just the right thing for busy autumn mornings.
There is just something about (crock pot) slow cooker apple oats. Do you know what I mean? The end result is just fluffier, creamer and somehow more moriesh than expected. So when I need a break from my other 3 breakfast loves AKA muffins, pancakes and rice and I automatically turn to slow cooker oats.
It’s Monday – which is the new Friday. Which means cocktails. This easy to make all round spiced apple gin cocktail is great for summer but warming spices also make it suitable for the colder months.