If you are like my Mother and have to go without Gluten, permanently, you will be pleased with this recipe. Just because you have to avoid, doesn't mean your diet should be bland. Click here for instructions on how to create these lovely festive balls of goodness!Just try not to eat the whole batch!
School holidays are upon us. If you have kids at home looking for something to keep them occupied, why not get them involved in some Christmas food preparation. These little fruit sticks can be created with just a few ingredients, and will look great when they are complete. A foam lid becomes an ideal stand… Continue reading Festive Fruit Sticks
Today I would like to share the strawberry Christmas tree from the ArtsField blog. Looks great doesn't it! Hint, don't try in humid weather, turn the air con on so the tree doesn't melt. Strawberry christmas tree!.
Pistachio, dried cranberry and toasted coconut bark. Yum!!!I first tasted this delicious treat courtesy of my sister, and have never looked back. It is such a decadent dessert that you need only break it into small pieces for serving. It will last longer, and you will keep you portion control in check. Winner.You could also… Continue reading Christmas Bark
On the seventh day of December I bring to you a cute dessert option. Simply use green coloured jelly, and if you want to reduce the calorie intake use a diet jelly. Then add a small dollop of whipped cream, top with two glazed cherries and sprigs of mint. Delicious!
After the sweet biscuits yesterday, today's healthy Christmas idea is very nutritious, and the best thing is you can tailor the vegetables to those you know will get eaten at your house. Some other options might include sun-dried tomatoes.