Valentine’s Day Savoury French Toast

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Valentine’s Day is coming! And even though you don’t have a boyfriend, girlfriend, special mate or whatever you want to call it, it’s an excuse to do something nice for someone you love; whether it’s a friend, family member or someone else. I bring you for this day a recipe which is DRIVING ME CRAZY. They are savoury french toasts with smashed avocado and poached egg… YUMMY!!!!!!! In the YouTube video and here I give a detailed description of the step by step process with all the tips so that you get a perfect result, specially with the poached egg that I know some people are terrified of. Continue reading Valentine’s Day Savoury French Toast

Turkey and gravy grilled cheese

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I don’t know about your house, but somehow we always buy a bigger turkey than we need for christmas! So here’s what I do with it: a perfect grilled cheese! Melty, juicy, and full of flavour. I’ll teach you how to get the perfect result ­čśë Continue reading Turkey and gravy grilled cheese

The perfect hot chocolate

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This hot chocolate is too yummy. It’s not just dissolved cocoa but actual melted dark chocolate with milk. It’s the kind that you find in European Christmas markets and I LOVE IT. You’ll specially like it if you’re into chocolate. I like it with whipped cream (if I’m cheating my diet I do it all the way!) and marshmallows. I also tried it with also marshmallows and it works amazing as well. Continue reading The perfect hot chocolate

Granola with nuts and honey bunches

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In case you haven’t noticed, I LOVE breakfast. And I don’t know if you know, but I’m lactose intolerant. It’s not that bad, but the one thing that’s hard for me to tolerate is yoghurt. But as the world goes on, there’s now LACTOSE FREE AND SOYA YOGHURT! So yoghurt has made a comeback in my life and now I eat it all the time. What I love most is to have it with berries and granola in my breakfast ­čÖé So now I bring you my recipe for granola with honey and nuts. The honey makes the granola bunch up and I LOVE that. Try it ­čÖé Continue reading Granola with nuts and honey bunches

Clementine or tangerine loaf

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This loaf is AMAZING. Not only is it super tasty from tangerines or clementines, but you can actually swap the citrus for any other you like ­čÖé It’s moist, soft, and the tangy glaze gives it an amazing final touch. Make it for breakfast or a nice teatime with friends! Continue reading Clementine or tangerine loaf

Easy peasy Irish soda bread with parmesan cheese

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Bread… what an amazing invention. That smell of bread that just came out the oven is completely irresistible. Given that right now I’m in Dublin, I thought it was apropiate to share this recipe with you. It’s soooo easy! It doesn’t even need yeast; it’s actually called soda bread because it uses bicarbonate of soda and baking powder. It’s more compact than a yeasted bread but it’s completely exquisite. I love to toast it and put some butter on it… YUM! As always, it’s my version of the recipe with some changes I like in my baked goods, like the parmesan cheese. You can also put raisins instead or nuts if you want it on the sweet side. Continue reading Easy peasy Irish soda bread with parmesan cheese

Gooey chocolate chip cookies filled with peanut butter

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I love chocolate chip cookies, but oooonly those that are soft and gooey, not the ones you have to bite and sounds CRACK. I like to bend them and take a piece and have it melt in my mouth… YUM! I want more, is there any left? And these I┬áfilled with a thin layer of peanut butter. The idea is not to have a predominant peanut butter taste but to have that nice salty touch in the middle. Also, this dough works perfectly without the filling, so the peanut butter is optional… but recommended! Continue reading Gooey chocolate chip cookies filled with peanut butter