Vegetarian food blog featuring delicious and nutritious whole food recipes, creative baking and luscious chocolate.

Breakfast Banana Bread – A Great Way to Start The Day

Slices of breakfast banana bread. One spread with homemade peanut butter.

Bread & Buns, Breakfast | 4th February 2020 | By

Who fancies freshly baked breakfast banana bread to start your morning? It’s just fabulous toasted and spread with peanut butter. This recipe is more of a bread than a cake and isn’t too sweet, though it does have a wee bit of honey in it.

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Spelt Scones with Health Giving Kefir, Matcha Green Tea & Honey

Spelt Scones with Kefir, Matcha & Honey

Scones | 11th August 2018 | By

Easy to make, light and thoroughly delicious, these antioxidant rich matcha tea spelt scones include kefir to help with the rise and a little honey for sweetness.

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Chocolate Macaroon Recipe with Honeyed Chocolate Ganache

Chocolate Macaroon Recipe with Honeyed Chocolate Ganache

What do you do with leftover egg whites? I make chocolate macaroons.  I adore macaroons and find it very hard to stop at only one. One leftover egg white is the perfect quantity to make a few, but not too many. This chocolate macaroon recipe substitutes chufa flour for ground almonds, but you can easily swap them back again if you find ground chufas difficult to get hold of.

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Curd Cheese, Honey & Walnuts on Toast and Wild Honey & Rye

Curd Cheese, Honey & Walnuts on Toast

Well I’ve moved and it’s all very exciting. However, I either can’t find anything or I’ve left whatever it is I need in Cornwall. In the general chaos I’ve pretty much been living on toast. This recipe for curd cheese, honey & walnuts on rye from Wild Honey & Rye by Ren Behan has revolutionised my toast eating.

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Lavender Honey Cake with a Scent of Lemon & Honey Cream Cheese Icing

Lavender Honey Cake

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and I can’t help but think of cake. I feel something light and spring like is needed. I know, how about a lavender honey cake scented with lemon and smothered in honey cream cheese icing? Sorted.

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Easy Gingered Pear Almond Honey Cakes for Bonfire Night

Gingered Pear Almond Honey Cakes

Autumn pears, fragrant honey and warming ginger come together for an easy bonfire night bake. These gingered pear almond honey cakes are not only delicious, but are easily portable. They’re  the perfect antidote to overhyped Halloween and its transatlantic excesses. They can be eaten whilst watching the bonfire flames dance and the Catherine wheels spin – no tricks, just treats.

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Spiced Turmeric Milk – a Super Soothing Golden Elixir

Spiced Turmeric Milk

Drinks | 30th June 2016 | By

Healing, soothing and delicious, this spiced turmeric milk is good to drink to indulge in before going to bed or first thing in the morning.

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Mexican Bean Soup with Wholemeal Spelt Soda Bread

Smoky Mexican Bean Soup with Spelt Soda Bread

In cold weather, there is nothing more warming and comforting than a big bowl of steaming soup. Or do I mean stew? I’m not entirely sure whether this Mexican bean soup is actually a soup or stew, but with a generous amount of vegetables, beans and spicy Mexican flavours, it certainly makes for a satisfying meal. It’s especially good when served with some hearty wholemeal soda bread spiked with a little smoked chilli honey.

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Honeyed Rose Hot Chocolate – Flavours of the Middle East

Rose Hot Chocolate

I have a bit of a thing for hot chocolate. So what better way to mark such a momentous and romantic day as this Honeyed Rose Hot Chocolate. Today is not only St Valentine’s Day, but also my blog anniversary. Yes, my blog, in its first iteration as Chocolate Log Blog and now latterly Tin and Thyme, is seven today.

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Sesame Halva Biscuits – Flavours of the Middle East

Halva Biscuits

These crunchy sesame halva biscuits, adapted from a recipe for Sesame Crisps in Bake it Better Biscuits by Annie Rigg, really do taste like halva. Only they’re not as tooth achingly sweet.

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