Apple Berry Crumble

So a good old fashioned Apple Crumble is a family favourite- and definitely one of mine. This Apple Berry Crumble is a slight twist on the regular Apple Crumble, feel free to omit the berries if you just like apple. This one has a bit of a twist by adding strawberries. You can try raspberries […]

Apple Cinnamon Muffins

Apple and Cinnamon go together like nothing else. Apple and Cinnamon Muffins are a great way to make your house smell deliciously spicy and are a quick way to use up a few apples. Quick to whip up, basically combine the dry ingredients, wet ingredients, then combine together and stir through the apple cubes. Baking […]

Apple Blueberry Bread

If you love Blueberries, you might just find this Apple Blueberry Bread is your new favourite blueberry recipe. Apple Blueberry Bread is a very quick way to whip up some quick morning tea. You just need to wait for it to bake… Toast each slice to perfection and serve warm. If you’re not going to […]

Apple Crumble Cheesecake

I designed this recipe in my mind, pondered over it for a week or so and then finally pieced various recipes together and came up with this. It is divine. Not too sweet. And amazing served with the warm caramel sauce. Great if you love fruit filled Cheesecakes. This recipe has five components, so it […]

Apple Cranberry Cake

Possibly the fruitiest cake you will ever taste- besides a Christmas fruit cake- a total of three cups of fruit in one loaf tin! Super moist and delicious, incredibly quick and easy to whip up too. Give this Apple Cranberry Cake a go, its very hard to go wrong and it’s pretty healthy as far […]

Gluten Free Apple Cranberry Cake

    This recipe is exactly the same as my Apple Cranberry Cake except this one I have replaced the Milk with Almond Milk (or you could use Soy) and also the Flour and additives have been replaced with Gluten Free Self Raising Flour. Such a fruit loaded cake, it has to be a healthier, more […]

Rhubarb and Apple Pie

  My ex-hippy parents were bordering on becoming self sufficient gardeners as i was growing up in the small Adelaide Hills town of Balhannah in the 80’s. Along with their full-time jobs they maintained a few acres of fruit trees and vegetable patches with an abundance of just about everything. Rhubarb was one of the […]