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Lovely patties, perfect as a light lunch or a Sunday breakfast

Raisin Patties

I often make a LOT of these in one go and then freeze. I use two pans at once so that I can make two or three patties at once.

Rhubarb Jam...so good with lots of stuff

Rhubarb Jam

I love rhubarb jam, I use it on waffles, on yoghurt, on toast and wherever I can because it is very, very good for you.

Tropical sunshine in a bowl

Mango and Coconut Ice Cream

This ice cream is a bit of tropical sunshine in a bowl. It doesn't contain any white sugar (only agave nectar) and is lactose (dairy) free, egg free and nut free.

Very Icelandic and often made out of leftover porridge and fresh blueberries in

Blueberry Patties

Every mum and granny (and some dads and granddads) know how to make patties made out of leftover porridge or rice pudding. They are called "lummur" in Icelandic.

A simple yet wonderful dessert

Grilled Mango

Mangoes are a quite amazing fruit. They contain phenols, which is a phenolic compound that has powerful antioxidant and anticancer abilities.

A lovely cheap treat which is a favourite with children and adults alike

Frozen Bananas with a Chocolate Dip

Bananas are an excellent fruit and even come in their own packaging!

Sunshine in a glass. This dessert is also lovely as a breakfast treat

Strawberry Jam and Soy Dessert

I can't make up my mind as to whether this is a breakfast treat or a dessert. Sometimes I definitely want to make this in the morning but other times I really crave this after dinner.

This ice cream is so delicious it hardly makes it to the freezer!

Green, Green Ice Cream

I often serve this ice cream to dinner guests.

A lovely dish which I serve often

Zanzibar Beans with Sweet Potatoes in Coconut Sauce

We visited Zanzibar in September 2007 and it was an absolutely lovely visit.

A very colourful combination, packed with vitamins and goodness

Sweet Potatoes in Nut and Ginger Sauce

This is a very colourful and a very healthy combination.

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