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Breakfast & Brunch, Edible Gifts, Recipes / 02.06.2017

After developing my Apple Crumble Granola and Chocolate Granola, I realised my granola's were heading in a very dessert-like direction. Stopping at two flavours just didn't seem right, so I finished off the trio with this delicious Pecan Pie Granola. Using real maple syrup is the key to getting a pecan pie flavour - caramelised and syrupy. It costs a fair amount but trust me, you wont regret it. And you'll have plenty left over to pour over your blueberry pancakes.  The seeds and coconut flakes are optional, but make it that little bit healthier. PS. If you love Pecan Nut Pie, you'll love these...

Brownies & Bars, Recipes / 10.05.2016

Paleo? Banting? Watching your weight? You might want to look away now. Low carb these are not. Pretty much the opposite really. They are basically composed of sugar, syrup and butter. Oh and pecan nuts. That makes them healthy, right? The trouble with pecan pie bars is that they are so incredibly moreish, it's impossible to have just one.  The crumbly, buttery shortbread is made all the better by using brown sugar. This not only gives it a lovely golden colour but also adds a hint of caramelised flavour. The topping has a gorgeously nutty, syrupy flavour and is just soft enough...