Berry Crumble

Berry crumble recipe

Berry Crumble    Disclaimer : This recipe isn’t exactly the same as the one for the photo but they are pretty similar

I am a massive crumble fan.
I love them all , from traditional apple crumble all the way to savoury fish crumbles. (Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it)
They are just delicious.
The other day, I wanted a scrummy dessert that I didn’t have to feel guilty about eating. So, I decided to give a berry crumble a go.

Honestly, super yummy. And SO easy to make, it would be a great activity to do with the kiddos.
And what’s more, you only need 6 ingredients!


1kg frozen red fruits

120g semi salt butter

100g brown sugar

150g flour

50g rolled oats (optional)

50g powdered almonds


Preheat oven to 180degrees.
In a bowl mix the flour, brown sugar, powdered almonds, rolled oats if using and the butter (cut into small pieces).
Get stuck in and use your fingers, make it all crumbly.
Put the fruits in a baking dish and pour the crumble on top.
Bake around 30 minutes until the crumble is golden.
That is literally it!

Serve warm.
It is delicious on its own, but you can add ice cream or custard to give it a little extra 😉

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Savoury Cake Recipe – Tomato & Mozzarella

Tomato and Mozzarella Cake – Savoury cake recipe

Tomato Mozzarella Cake
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Recipe from a book I have laying around

This savoury cake recipe is so simple and easy to make with the kids.
It is perfect for them to take to the park (cold) as a gouté or to have warm, along with a salad for dinner!


  • 150g flour
  • 10g baking powder
  • 3 eggs
  • 10ml olive oil
  • 2 pinches of salt
  • 125ml full fat milk
  • 125g mozzarella
  • 100g sun dried tomatoes
  • 10g pine nuts


Preheat the oven to 180degrees.
Whisk the flour, baking powder, eggs, olive oil, salt and milk together in a large bowl.
Chop the mozzarella into small pieces, do the same with the tomatoes.
Add the chopped ingredients and the pine nuts to the mixture.
Give it a good mix.
Butter the mould. I personally prefer to use a silicone mould because it makes getting the cake out SO much easier at the end.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Poke the cake with a knife, if it comes out wet, bake for another few minutes. Keep checking.
Serve warm or cold.


Add some grated courgette to the mix and increase the hidden veggies.
Olives would also work really well in this cake!
If the kids like this recipe, have a look at Yummly. They have an awesome selection of Savoury Cake Recipes for you to try out.

Check out What’s cooking? for some other great recipe ideas to get your children into the kitchen!

Reindeer Pancakes

Reindeer Pancakes

What a fun, festive breakfast idea for the little ones in your life. Reindeer pancakes make a delicious treat!

I found this adorable little guy from @whatiateforbreakfast on good old Instagram.
Don’t worry it is super simple to recreate and you can involve the children in every step of the recipe.

To make the world’s easiest, healthy pancakes all you need is to mix an egg with a mashed banana and fry it in a non-stick pan for a few minutes on each side. Voila!
To turn it into Reindeer Pancakes simply spread Nutella for a sweet treat, add bacon for antlers, blueberries for eyes and of course no reindeer would be complete without a red nose. Pick your favourite red berry to complete the design.

I like that this can be quite versatile to suit your tastes. Not a Nutella fan? Switch out the spread for peanut butter or almond butter. Don’t eat bacon? Use pretzels for antlers instead! There’s too much fruit for you? Use chocolate chips for eyes 😉

Play around with it. Have fun. Get the children excited about their snack.
We’ve got some other fun snack ideas in our What’s cooking section!

What’s your favourite, easy to make, festive treat?