Chocolate has been an abiding passion ever since I can remember. Sometimes I’m lucky enough to try bars produced by some truly excellent brands. Pacari premium organic chocolate is one such. To celebrate World Chocolate Day on 9 July, I’m delighted to offer my readers the chance to try this excellent chocolate too. Read on for details of the giveaway. The chocolate is so good, it’s really best enjoyed on its own, but I have to say it also works wonderfully well in these chewy and delicious coffee chocolate chip cookies with cardamom – I just couldn’t help myself.
Once you’ve made your own granola, you’ll never go back. It’s easy and so delicious. You can use whatever nuts, seeds and dried fruit you have to hand. You can make this recipe for gorgeous gluten free granola as is or use it as a guide.
Recipe for healthy vegan chocolate oat truffles which are just as good to eat for breakfast as they are after a meal. These simple to make organic bliss balls also makes great energy boosting snacks.
Oat biscuits made with wholemeal spelt flour and oats. Light on sugar but strong on flavour, these crunchy peanut butter cookies with zesty orange are both healthy and delicious. They make a good accompaniment to a morning or afternoon cuppa.
If you’re running out of time to make biscuits but want to give homemade gifts this Noel, these Christmas Bliss Balls may be the answer. They’re not only delicious but are refined sugar, dairy and gluten free and easy to make. Rolling the balls in green pistachios, red cranberries and white coconut make them look wonderfully festive.
Mostly raw, these delicious vegan chocolate chip cookie dough energy balls taste of caramel. They’re flavoured with punchy chilli chocolate and cinnamon for an extra kick. And not only that, they’re also egg and dairy free, made with healthy ingredients and above all else, delicious.
A simple traybake, blueberry and white chocolate flapjacks are quick to make and utterly delicious. These fruity oat slices last a few days and are perfect for lunch boxes and picnics.
Sweet and tart fruity raspberry and white chocolate flapjacks. Super fast to make, these can be ready in half an hour. Great for picnics and lunch boxes. They also make a delicious pudding served warm with custard or cream.
Festive flapjacks made with honey, apple and mincemeat. Try these chocolate mincemeat flapjacks as an alternative to mince pies. They’re excellent served warm from the oven with custard too.
Warming and tasty chewy ginger chocolate chip cookies made with oats and spelt flour. They’re simple to prepare and easy to eat with the added bonus that they create minimal washing up. Chocolate ginger biscuits are one of the nation’s favourites and these are an excellent oaty variation.