I think it is safe to say that everyone and their dog seems to have a pumpkin pie oats recipe. At least, every food blogger. And they all look lovely. But I’m going to have to cut to the chase right away and tell you that mine is the best and all others should be disregarded immediately.
In case this is in fact the first time that you’ve heard about vegan pumpkin pie oats, then allow me to explain.
I’ve been taking a blogging and social media break.
A REALLY long break, actually. This is in fact the first time I’ve posted on Fuelling the Fork in over 5 months! How did that happen?! This year has absolutely flown by and I can’t quite wrap my head around it. Quite frankly, a helluva lot has happened.
About that. Grab a cuppa, because it’s time for me to explain.
Originally, I took a social media break because I was beginning to feel
a bit really burnt out. Which is kind of funny, because it’s not like I was even doing crazy things like working 20 hour days or skipping meals through lack of time to eat (lol, as if).
Friends, I have a little gem to share with you today!
I was recently invited to a T2 Tea Masterclass at the brand new Glasgow T2 store on Buchanan St. As an Australian company, a lot of Glasgow dwellers may be new to the name T2, but I’m not one of them. For once, I appear to be ahead of the curve. See, a few years ago now, I used to live in Melbourne, which is where T2 opened their first ever store. I was a poor backpacker then, and I knew that buying boxes of exotic sounding teas wouldn’t have done my withering bank account any favours- or my backpack. So I didn’t. But I remember feeling so enchanted every time I saw a T2 store, with their colourful packaging, shimmering teapots and smiley staff. It all just looked so fun. So when I got invited to the new Glasgow T2 store, I was super excited to accept the offer.
Now, I’m going to tell you a secret.
Healthy banana bread lovers, this one is for you. This is YOUR moment.
Well. It’s mostly your moment- but in truth, you don’t even need to be into healthy desserts to enjoy this incredible banana bread. It’s for everyone.
…How do I know? I took it into work a couple of weeks ago -into an office full of sugar lovers- and they gobbled this up faster than you can say ‘refined sugar free’. There were some very surprised looks when I told people it contained oat flour and maple syrup instead of white flour and sugar.
Guys. Are you even READY for the insanity that is this healthy Chocolate Brownie Cake?!
I have to admit I’m in a bit of shock at the success it’s turned out to be. It is SO good. Like, SO SO GOOD. Possibly even better than my Lemon, Coconut and Olive Oil Cake.
HELLO, you beautiful nuggets!
I hope you’re all well. Today I’m sharing the recipe for this absolutely delightful, scrumdiddlyumptious mango curry. Mango curry with macadamia and yellow split peas, no less. Get ready, cause this one is a game changer.
Welcome to my ultimate Norwich Food Guide. Looking for the best spot to tuck into breakfast, lunch, dinner and even a delicious drink? Then read on! This guide has got you covered.
Although I am now a Glasgow dweller, Norwich is my hometown. Since moving to Glasgow over two years ago it seems that a mixture of travel logistics and lack of time has meant that I don’t go back to visit very often. But, when I do, I find myself feeling so nostalgic about this little market town I grew up in, filled with excitement to explore its cobbled lanes and see how the city has grown and moved forward.
WELCOME to the most insanely delicious fish pie you will ever eat
Not hard, I guess, because I suspect that fish pie is not sitting at the no.1 spot on most people’s ‘so delicious I can hardly keep from salivating when I think of it!’ list- but even so. THIS Thai sweet potato fish pie is giving the face of fish pie a lil makeover. A spruce up. A rebranding, if you like.