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Blackberry & Apple Crumble

Kate Saunders | 28th August 2020

Embrace this seasonal classic, collect some blackberries from the hedges and windfall apples and celebrate the end of summer with this warming recipe for the cooler evenings. Embrace this seasonal classic, collect some blackberries from the hedges and windfall apples and celebrate the end of summer with this warming recipe for the cooler evenings.

Jerusalem Artichoke & Orange Cake

Kate Saunders | 13th March 2020

This Jerusalem artichoke & orange cake is simply amazing. Jerusalem artichoke is often called sunroot, sunchoke or earth apple, closely related to the sunflower it is nutty, sweet and crunchy and makes a perfect combination with oranges. Jerusalem artichoke is often called sunroot, sunchoke or earth apple, closely related to the sunflower it is nutty, … Continue reading Jerusalem Artichoke & Orange Cake

Kale & Lime Cheesecake

Kate Saunders | 24th February 2020

                    A light a refreshing cheesecake, you would never guess that the kale is one of the largest ingredients. Ingredients: 150g       Kale 150g       Rolled Oats 1/2 tsp    Flax Seeds 1/2 tsp    Hemp Seeds 1/2 tbsp   Sunflower Seeds 1/2 tbsp   Pumpkin Seeds 60g  … Continue reading Kale & Lime Cheesecake

Aubergine Chocolate Mousse

Kate Saunders | 24th July 2019

    Oh my, when I challenge myself to create something a little different with aubergine, I really wasn’t sure what I was going to create, I didn’t want another cake, I was thinking more of a dessert. Enter the new Aubergine Chocolate Mousse, and yes whilst it might take you a little while to … Continue reading Aubergine Chocolate Mousse

Pumpkins Galore

Kate Saunders | 28th October 2017

Thank you for popping by.  If you heard me earlier today on BBC Berkshire talking about pumpkins I was talking how to use all the pumpkin, and promised some recipes that I was talking about. You might be getting ready, or possibly already have carved your pumpkins and will no doubt have some waste.  Don’t … Continue reading Pumpkins Galore

Rhubarb Curd

Kate Saunders | 14th April 2016

  Rhubarb Curd Even though most people consume rhubarb as a fruit, botanically speaking it belongs to the group of vegetables.     We’ve all had lemon or orange curd, but rhubarb is also fantastic variant, I use curd on toast, swirl it into ice cream, with pancakes as a filling in sandwich cakes, or … Continue reading Rhubarb Curd

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Emma-Louise Maddocks
"Just want to say, your Christmas pudding was amazing and you have a customer for life. Everyone comments on how nice it was!"
Zac Purchase - Olympic gold & silver medallist
"Enjoying a late night wedge of Parsnip Fruit Loaf courtesy of @Blackberry_Cott from the @thamefoodfest today #yum"
Lynne, Nottingham
"Arrived very quickly and beautifully wrapped. Amazingly tasty, couldn't believe they were gluten free and made with vegetables. I'll be back for more yummy treats."
Sam, London
"We had some of your amazing cakes at the Goring Food Festival yesterday, they were delicious!"
Wendy, Wallingford
"We all thoroughly enjoyed the day with you, we learnt so much and were amazed at how easy it is to use vegetables, different flours, less sugar and fats."
Ellis, Basingstoke
"Guess what I did last night…. Made chocolate cupcakes, with butternut squash & spinach! They are delicious. Made with rice flour too, & no butter. Thank you for your inspiration."