Brown Lentil Rolls

Type of meal: Main MealSnack
Suitable for: Dairy FreeVegetarian

These brown lentil rolls are a quick and easy to make finger food that is light on and keeps you coming back for more!

Even people I’ve given them to who aren’t big on lentils seems to enjoy them.

I’d like to find an egg alternative so they are cholesterol free, but even so, they are high in fibre and iron which is great! I find personally I only really need 1 in a meal, perhaps with a salad or vegetables, if I have a second though I’ve well and truly had enough as they are very filling.

On another note, because they don’t use pastry, you can just replace the rye bread with your choice of gluten-free bread and in order to make them gluten-free. Continue reading Brown Lentil Rolls

Coconut Apricot Bread and Butter Pudding

Type of meal: Dessert
Suitable for: Dairy FreeVegetarian

Wifey absolutely loves bread and butter pudding, so I’ve been trying to find a way to make it a bit healthier for us.

A standard bread and butter pudding contains a lot of cholesterol, a lot of butter, milk and cream. There has to be a better way to make it though.

I’ve been doing some hunting around and I found a Thermomix recipe here that I really liked the sound of called a Coconut Caramel Bread and Butter Pudding. I don’t have a Thermomix so that’s a no go, but I thought I’d try adapting it.

The result?

Amazing. Continue reading Coconut Apricot Bread and Butter Pudding