These pasta fritters make a tasty alternative to the classic potato latkes at Chanucah. Made with a cluster of cooked spaghetti flavoured with garlic and chives, they are delicious served with tomato chutney and/or grated cheese. Other alternatives include dips like pesto, black olive paste or smoked salmon pate would all complete this recipe.
Who doesn't love a doughnut? These ones are gluten-free and are an indulgent treat with less guilt, drenched in this delicious dairy-free, salted caramel sauce. You will need two x 6-hole doughnut trays. Pop the tin of coconut milk into your fridge two days before making the sauce, which can be made a day before and refrigerated.
This melt-in-your-mouth chocolate is a great snack to make with children. It's packed with naturally nutritious ingredients, healthier than shop-bought chocolate and dairy free. Experiment with the nuts and dried fruits your family prefer, which may include pistachio nuts, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, corn flakes, raisins - the options are endless.
A stick blender is a fantastic help when making soup, but if you do not have one, you can blend the soup in one batch in a food processor or cup blender and then simply stir in the seasoning and cream.