Sweet Sourdough Toasties

When I was a kid my favourite game was writing menus and playing having my own restaurant. My family all laugh at me because I have always loved reading menus when passing / in places and will always do so whether we are going in / staying to eat or not 😂 I love it now for inspiration of what we make at home.
I saw these amazing sourdough toasties last time I went to @pommune and although I chose something different (their food is unreal, as beautiful as it is delicious, its like edible art!) I knew I’d have to have a go at home.
These are filled with chocolate and raspberry and sprinkled with icing sugar, I didn’t have chocolate in so used my got to substitute (almond butter mixed with a bit of water, maple syrup, and cacao powder to make a thick spread). I just butter the outside of the bread and cook on both sides in a frying pan over a medium heart (you can weigh it down with a another pan but I just give it an occasional squash with a spatula, no toastie machine required 👍🏻 Have you ever tried a sweet toastie? They are amazing!! L x

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No Oil Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Filling our tummies this week with these yummy Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies that are just perfect warm from the oven with a cuppa ⁣(makes 12).

Ingredients:⁣
1 cup oats⁣
1 cup cornflakes or wheat flakes (or just another cup of oats)⁣
1/4 cup of oat flour⁣
Half a teaspoon baking powder⁣
1 tsp cinnamon⁣
Half a cup of maple syrup⁣
2 tsp almond butter ⁣
1/4 cup of raisins ⁣

Method:⁣
1) Preheat oven to 180*C. Add quarter cup oats to food processor and blend to flour. ⁣
2) Add all other ingredients except raisins and process until combined. ⁣
3) Stir in raisins. ⁣
4) Drop teaspoons of mix onto a baking tray and flatten into cookies. ⁣
5) Bake for 15 minutes. ⁣

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Plastic Free Organic Veg Boxes From Abel & Cole

Absolutely in love with these blood oranges from @abelandcole at the moment, so delicious 😍 We’ve just started getting our fruit veg from them again and I forgot how good it was, the salads are amazing! Super hard to weigh up wanting to buy organic wherever we can, with minimal plastic packaging but also on a budget (we eat so much!) – we’ve managed to cut back on lots to allow us to spend that bit more on plastic free organic fruit and veggies, and are trying to keep costs down on our fruit and veggie shops by growing as much as we possibly can ourselves and eating seasonally, I’ve been particularly loving growing microgreens, herbs and salads on the windowsill these past few months, but can’t wait til the garden gets properly started and we don’t have to buy much in! L x

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