Goji spiced banana bread

Banana bread. Turns out it’s a thing, and what better way to enjoy it than with a little added spice, some gojis and a lot of peanut butter on top. Don’t worry if you don’t have the goji berries, you can sub for raisins or even just omit if it’s too off piste for your liking.

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Chocolate PB swirl frosting 


Chocolate? Or peanut butter? Chocolate? Or peanut butter? These are the kind of serious, real world, life changing quandaries I find myself having to answer on a daily basis when I’m deciding, for example, what flavour frosting my cupcakes are going to have. Well HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU my friends. I’ve only gone and come up with an easy way to enjoy both. Continue reading

Chocolate coconut quinoa Easter nests

Easter nests take me right back to my childhood (as I’m sure they do with everyone) so I’m very happy that I can make healthier ones for my little ones (OK lets face it and myself) these days. Christmas and Easter could totally be renamed winter Chocolate festival and spring festival part 2 in my house, because we seem to go a little chocolate overboard around those times of year. Not that there’s anything wrong with that I hasten to add. Just telling you guys how it is. Continue reading

Nut free chocolate fudge cake

So I know that you guys love my recipes because lots of you have cut out dairy/gluten/soy/refined sugar, but I do get a lot of requests for nut free recipes too. More and more people seem to be intolerant or allergic to nuts, and I don’t believe in excluding people, so I knew it was about time to hit you up with a nut free recipe that would blow your minds. Continue reading

Raw coconut brownie truffles

So this is all a bit weird isn’t it? But if we’re hanging out at home, the kids aren’t in school and the other half needs working from home snacks, then these are the real deal.

Fun to make with little ones, great to freeze for whenever you need them and insanely yummy. Only 6 ingredients and all things you can pop in your store cupboard too, so these really are the perfect little pick me up! Continue reading

Caramel frosted banoffee brownies 


These came to me in a dream. Like for real. I woke up in the middle of the night and had to jot down the idea on my phone because I was so scared of forgetting about them come the morning. Such was my excitement that I woke up ridiculously early, left Mr H and baby H snoozing away together in bed and went down to the kitchen to get baking. Continue reading

Toffee apple cupcakes

I hate wasting food more than anything, so I plan what I buy each week according to what meals I’m going to make, but with fruit it can be trickier to get it right, especially with little people around. So here are my top tips for avoiding waste when it comes to fruit:

⁃ Store things like apples and pears in the fridge. It keeps them lovely and crunchy and they last for much longer

⁃ If your fruit is getting on a bit, chop it up and freeze it! Then you can pop into smoothies or use it for baking. This is great if you have toddlers around who take one bite out of something and declare that they don’t want any more 😂 just chop, freeze and use another time! Continue reading

White chocolate caramels

  • You know that feeling. When you just want something sweet, and fruit just isn’t going to cut it. You want something that tastes SO indulgent and heavenly that you’ll be so in love with it you’ll wonder whether it’s possible (or legal) to marry a chocolate. ‘Do you Emma, take this white chocolate caramel to be your lawfully wedded companion, in sickness and in health, until consumption do you part?’ ‘Yes, yes I do.’ Continue reading
  • Vanilla frosted chocolate snowflake cookies

    What’s on your Christmas list? Mine is about 90% cookware (and 10% chocolate) so when the lovely people at Joseph Joseph sent me some of their gorgeous products it was literally as if Christmas had come early. I’ve been a big fan of their chopping boards for years, but have recently been introduced to their nesting bowls set (which is amazing for space saving as well as being super colourful and lovely) and their rolling pin has revolutionised my biscuit making. So much so that it seemed only right to create a festive cookie recipe to celebrate! Continue reading