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Apr 2022

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake

Adding a gluten-free version to the traditional favourite I had an abundance of carrots in my fridge over the long weekend and it seemed fitting that a carrot cake was in order, given that it was Easter weekend. After baking the usual carrot cake however, which is probably one of the most popular recipes on my blog, I decided I want to create a gluten-free version. I am less skilled…

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Fig and Hazelnut Friands

These delicious bite size treats have a wonderful balance of nuttiness and fruitiness, thanks to the both the hazelnuts and figs If you are unfamiliar with what a friand is, you are not alone! I too only learnt of the concept recently. They are really just little cakes, traditionally made with ground almonds, include some fruit and are baked in an aspic mould. Apparently popularised in Australia by a French…

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