Well because the Cassata ice-cream is supposed to have a base layer of sponge cake, topped with nutty pistachio ice cream and a rum and raisin one with vanilla and a strawberry ice-cream. I have, for many months now, baked breads and cakes because I want to and then packed them off to send to friends or co workers. My family eats some, but they want to be supportive and end up not eating any because I can’t. So off it goes. While sharing every now and then is not an issue, it seemed like a pointless exercise to cook or bake something that no one in the family was really going to eat.
Summer is finally barreling in – and by barreling I mean, it’s peaking near 70°F here, which means as long as the sun is out I only need a light cardigan. Like I said: barreling.
Meanwhile, we just bought an outdoor space heater for our back porch so we can actually have barbecues this summer without freezing our bums off. Come on over and we’ll watch the sunset as we sip frothy hibiscus ginger ice cream floats on my back porch. Move over lemonade, ice cream floats are the official drink of summer 2015.
This Vanilla Chia Pudding is an easy breakfast that takes less than 5 minutes to throw together before it chills overnight. It’s healthy, delicious, dairy-free, gluten-free and refined-sugar free – the perfect way to start your day.
In this salad, I used baby kale, edamame beans, julienned carrots, water chestnuts, roasted cashews, green onions and plenty of sesame seeds. To finish the salad I made the most flavourful sesame ginger dressing, trust me, it is so good! The salad got 10 out of 10 in our test kitchen. This not so boring ramen salad has plenty of greens, it is satisfying and most of all healthy. The best part you can serve this salad also warm