Lemon Cheesecake Bars with Blackberry Swirl

The seasons have definitely changed and this dish has a distinct feel of Spring about it. It is light, bright and fresh - just as we expect spring to be and a perfect dessert to bring to the table now that the temperatures are heating up a little. You can use any berry for the swirl but just make sure it is vibrant in colour and tangy so as to compliment the tart lemon flavour.

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Sprouted Spelt Cinnamon Maple Rolls

If you were told you could only ever eat one type of sweet treat ever again what would you choose? It would have to be something you could never get bored of and for many it would be the Cinnamon Roll. There is something quintessentially satisfying about these gooey, pillowy morsels of loveliness that nothing else quite gets close to. Not quite breakfast, nor are they a dessert but they are definitely a delight every time. Here we have only used Spelt Flour, keeping them ancient grain and if you make some slight alterations they can easily be dairy free too.

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Easter Cupcakes

Easter is fast approaching so it's time bring on the bunnies and chow down on chocolate. But before you do, save a little room for these Easter themed cupcakes. Loosely based on a traditional Simnel Cake these little delicacies are a delightful treat for any springtime gettogether. Marzipan can be a little hard to find sometimes, but if you are lucky enough to find a good store bought one, then it will save you a little time. If you can't find any, then have a go at making your own or if there is a nut allergy then skip the marzipan entirely and top these little beauties with a swirl of lemon frosting instead. Happy Easter!

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Fruity Chocolate Einkorn Cookies

You must know by now how much we love our Einkorn Flour. This super ancient grain is delicious, versatile and very good for you too. As it is a relatively soft grain it is very easy to use in recipes that call for a lighter result such as cookies, muffins, pancakes and quick breads but also makes great yeasted bread as well. These cookies are made with 100% Einkorn Flour and are just fabulous, but if you want to mix in a little All-Purpose White Spelt (to keep them ancient grain) or regular All-Purpose White - then feel free!
 

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Anita’s Organic Pancake Mix Muffins

We wanted to come up with a basic recipe that could use any one of our pancake mixes to make a banana muffin. Perfect for those days when you've run out of flour and only have pancake mix in the pantry. Or maybe for taking on vacation so you can make pancakes and muffins with the same ingredients. Each of our pancake mixes produce a slightly different result and texture in this recipe but they all taste pretty great. You can leave the recipe as just plain banana or add some of your favourite ingredients such as frozen blueberries, chocolate chips, chopped nuts etc. Have fun!
 

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Almond & Poppyseed Spelt Loaf

This not too sweet loaf has hints of almonds and poppy seeds which make for a great combination. The almonds add a subtle richness to the cake and the poppy seeds add a delicate crunch to every bite. Poppy seeds, though often a little underrated, are rich in calcium, iron and magnesium so make a great addition to many dishes. Enjoy this loaf as it is or with a light touch of your favorite jam or nut butter. For an altogether sweeter option or to elevate this to a dessert treat drizzle with the almond glaze and sprinkle with more flaked almonds for that extra flourish. Just fabulous!

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Superbowl Chocolate Cookies

When you're done snacking on all those savoury Superbowl snacks, bring these tasty treats out for dessert! They're sure to be a hit at your Superbowl party.

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GF Blueberry & Lemon Scones

Scones are always a favourite no matter what time of year. There are so many variations and flavour combinations that it's sometimes hard to choose just what kind to make. Here we have combined the classic flavours of blueberry and lemon and added a touch of cinnamon. We have used our Brown Rice Flour for our no-gluten friends and these scones can be easily adapted to be dairy free too. Enjoy them as they are while still a little warm from the oven and with a drizzle of some of the sweet zesty Lemon Glaze over the top for an extra treat. These are a little delicate so feel free to add a touch of Xantham Gum (1 tsp) to the mixture if you wish.

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Quinoa Flour Chocolate Brownies

Rich, decadent, moist chocolate brownies are a perfect treat to round off a romantic Valentines meal. Serve these beauties while they are still warm with lashings of whipped cream or a scoop of your favourite ice cream. Maybe add a drizzle of caramel sauce or some tangy raspberry coulis just to make them that extra bit special. There's no gluten in these brownies and as they are a Valentine treat there are no calories either – only love ;-)

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Apple & Cranberry Crumble

There's nothing quite like a comforting bowl of fruit crumble this time of year. All that fruity, oaty goodness just seems to hit the spot, especially when served with a delicious scoop of vanilla ice cream. Here we have paired tart apples and cranberries with a crumble that is not just deliciously satisfying but also suitable for our non-gluten friends too. Give it a go – we know you want to.

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Red & White Bean Chili

Chilis are a great way to stave off the cold during the long winter months. These quick, easy and nutritious bowls of goodness can be as plain or as fancy as you like. For a quick meal that’s on the table in 30 minutes use good quality organic, BPA free canned beans in your dish. Or if you have prepared ahead, just grab some cooked from scratch beans from your freezer and add them in. Serve over rice or a baked sweet potato, with your favourite fixins' and a cold glass of beer.

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No Knead Pumpkin Loaf

If you still have some cooked pumpkin from the fall or some canned puree at the back of your pantry then this no-knead loaf is a lovely recipe to try. We used a combination of our Sprouted Whole Wheat Flour and All-Purpose Flour to give it some 'fluff'. Be sure to toast or roast your pumpkin seeds to bring out their delicious flavour.

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