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fluufy, light, easy, delicious! had to add a little more milk though smile

By gracie on 22/08/2013

From the entry 'Thick & Fluffy Pancakes - Jamie Oliver Style'.


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This is an interesting recipe. I like all types of breads and I like experimenting too. So i guess I’ll try this one soon. Thank you for sharing this! smile

By Angela Z on 18/08/2013

From the entry 'Injera Bread (Ethiopian Flat Bread)'.


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Porridge ›

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A filling porridge for a winter morning.

By nodd7 on 04 May 2011 | Viewed 13690 times Read on ›

Spud cakes ›

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This is a great and super easy way to use up your left over mashed spud from dinner the night before.  Great for a quick lunch or snack or you could even pop an egg on top for a bit of a fry up breakie. I make this for my toddler’s daycare lunches the morning of, its just so easy, and if I’m making mashed spud for dinner its no extra work to do a little extra for a quick lunch.

By pippapal on 28 March 2011 | Viewed 13042 times Read on ›

Quick Flatbread ›

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This is a very low bread with a crisp crust and soft crumb. Very quick to make and doesn’t require yeast! To use for toast etc, you will need to cut it into quarters and then horizontally.

By Teresa on 02 February 2011 | Viewed 26698 times Read on ›

Homemade Muesli ›

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Yummy nutty flavoured muesli, easy and cheap!

By gfexperiment on 21 November 2010 | Viewed 22902 times Read on ›

Buckwheat Pancakes or fruit pudding ›

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By virago1 on 07 March 2010 | Viewed 11118 times Read on ›

Zucchini & Bacon Muffins ›

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By carly-marie on 11 January 2010 | Viewed 18648 times Read on ›

Easy Waffles ›

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Have you got a waffle iron hiding in the back of the cupboard? Dust it off and make these easy waffles, great with jam or maple syrup for breakfast, peanut butter and jam for lunch, or fruit and ice-cream for dessert.
I make a double batch of these on Sunday mornings and freeze the leftovers to pop in the toaster as they are needed during the week - they make an easy brekkie with fruit and yogurt that the kids just love.

By Momma on 26 October 2008 | Viewed 23502 times Read on ›

Rice flake bircher muesli ›

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A yummy and cheaper alternative to the gluten free muesli’s on the market.

By Kerie on 08 September 2008 | Viewed 15360 times Read on ›

Crepes ›

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Our three children enjoyed these, especially when the crepes were filled with chocolate spread! Bon appetit!

By Crayfish on 01 August 2008 | Viewed 13112 times Read on ›

Simple Rice Porridge ›

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Even my non gluten free husband will eat this one, and it doesn’t cost the earth.

By Dolphin on 26 May 2008 | Viewed 19118 times Read on ›

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