When you want something ready quickly, that satisfies a sweet tooth without the sugar crash.
Because green food makes me happy (and I feel more virtuous eating dessert that way).
There is a time and a place in the crunchiest of diets for a chocolate cookie. Or a few of them.
A sweet alternative to using up all those green tomatoes in the garden.
This recipe is healthy enough to eat for breakfast and the muffins are sublime served up with a bit of nut butter or virgin coconut oil.
These squares are the no-bake version of the double-stuff fruit squares already featured on the blog and a great choice for entertaining, brunch or afternoon snack.
Everyone needs a basic banana bread recipe to fill the house with an irresistible aroma.
The natural sweetness, moistness, depth and flavour of winter squash means that you can reduce on sugar and oil, creating a dessert that combines decadence with health.
Richly studded with nuts, roots and fruits – an unexpected combination to add to your baking arsenal.
A family favourite which we indulge in annually, when the fall crops grow to excess and frost threatens.
When blueberries abound and a craving for cake hits.
This sourdough-based sweetbread is an interesting and tasty alternative to more traditional banana breads