This pregnancy I have had a ravenous sweet tooth, so choosing the healthiest option to satisfy my cravings is top priority. We love making and eating raw desserts. The kids have fun helping me and it is such an enjoyable way to get creative with healthy ingredients. We tend to work with seasonal fruits and what’s in our pantry. There are blue berries and strawberries galore at the moment, inspiring this yummy bake free creation.
This spring we have been gifted with our first decent bloom of elderflowers, inspiring us to make some delicious infused honey. Elder flower has been traditionally used for centuries as medicine to help with common colds, sinusitis and hayfever just to name a few. We love honey so why not make it with a twist, enriching flavours and boosting the immune enhancing properties.
Flowers are not only nourishing for your soul, they can add fresh flavour and a nutritious touch to your meals and special dishes. Having edible flowers growing amongst your herbs and vegetables is such a special treat that adds so much colour, satisfaction and delight.