Some mornings are made for leisurely breakfasts because they give you just that little bit more time to make something really tasty, such as these Butternut Squash and Mixed Spice Muffins. Continue reading
I think I was a teenager the first time I tasted red velvet cake and I remember thinking that it was out of this world because I love sweet cake that’s topped with cream cheese frosting. There’s just something about the contrast between sugary-sweet sponge cake and smooth, creamy and ever so slightly tart cream cheese frosting that really rocks my little world.
Sometimes at the weekend I like to make something a little bit more special for breakfast than the usual toast, porridge or cereal that I would usually have during the week. There’s something really nice about having the luxury of time on a Sunday morning to make a batch of syrup-drenched fluffy pancakes or a stack of french toast and take it back to bed with a hot cup of tea or coffee.
The other day I was contacted by the publisher Modern Books and asked if I’d like to review a copy of Calm Belly Cookbook by the Norwegian low FODMAP writer Cecilie Hauge Ågotnes who runs the website Low FODMAP Blog. I jumped at the chance to have a read of Cecilie’s book and got my copy a few days later. Now, hand on heart, I promise I’m going to write an honest, fair and balanced review of the book. Yes, I have included Amazon affiliate links to the book, but it’s entirely up to you as to whether or not you’d like to use them.