Haroset is a traditional Jewish Passover dish. This haroset recipe is more of a confection, and very different from the typical apple based variety. It can be stored in the refrigerator for one week in an air-tight container.
This cake uses ground almonds to replace the flour usually found in cakes. Be careful when preparing the almonds in a food processor because electric machines bring out the oil in nuts. Whizz a handful at a time.
This is an easy and delicious "sweet" that is a little different!
This recipe has no fat and transforms some everyday ingredients in to something very delicious. This cake recipe also ticks all the boxes for a flexible cake, it can be made in advance, it is parev and it is ideal for Pesach.
Garnish with a sprinkle of sugar and some strawberries. The centre will be a little fudgy tasting. There are never any leftovers to worry about.
A beautiful moist light cake with complex and full flavours of oranges and orange zest. Super easy to make, and people love it! Serve in wedges with a mound of whipped cream or ice cream. To make this completely gluten free - use gluten free baking powder. You can find this in health shops and in larger supermarkets.
These are not the colourful French meringue macaroons - these are the old fashioned, deliciously chewy coconut kind.
Here's my "deceptive" purple velvet torte. It's gluten free, dairy free and kosher for Passover. Enjoy!
These Middle Eastern cookies are rich, chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. They are flourless and are gluten-free. Enjoy as a snack or with a cuppa.
Crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy in the middle. Drizzle melted chocolate over the top for a nice presentation.