Of course! Strawberries and cream are an all time classic. They’re heavenly and moreover, so very easy to prepare. That’s why we think it’s the perfect recipe for these Christmas festivities. Besides, we have a surprise. We’ll show you a simple way to present them as small and enjoyable Santas. We’re convinced you’ll love them!Read More
Candleholders are a must at Christmas time. They adorn any place and spread warmth and tranquillity. We love them… our home is always full of Christmassy candleholders to give it that festive air. So, in today’s craft we will make them from recycled materials to ensure our home is well lit.Read More
Today’s craft is perfect for those days when the weather is rough…we stay home cosy and warm, watching the raindrops or snowflakes fall… nothing like it!
You know that we love to recycle and reuse as much as we can. That’s why in this Christmassy craft we are suggesting, you will need yesterday or the day before yesterday’s newspaper that your parents have finished reading… we’re going to give them a second life.Read More
We’re carrying on with our Christmas recipes so that the festive days can be even sweeter and more special. Today, we want to give you a secret recipe… we say it’s secret because it’s so delicious that only you can know it. Guess what it is? Banana and chocolate lollipops! The supreme way to enjoy this fruit!Read More
Is there anything more magical than the Christmas spirit? That’s why, today, we’re suggesting a craft you will love. What d’you think when we say you will need pine cones and corks? That we’ve gone nuts… right? Well, no! In this post, we will show you how to make mini-Christmas trees with pine cones and corks so that you can decorate your home in a super original way.Read More
Christmas is glorious… full of magic, fun and food… lots of food! So, between one dinner and the next we suggest a light and healthy recipe that will be ideal for those days when we have put away no end of prawns. We found it in Directo al Paladar, and liked it very much.
¿Would you like a brownie of sweet potatoes and dates? We know you’re surprised… but don’t stop at the name, because it is much tastier than you think. We made it in the office without mentioning the ingredients… and they loved it! They couldn’t believe what it was made of.
Ingredients (8 persons):
- 600g sweet potatoes
- 80g ground almonds
- 100g Saracen wheat flour
- 14 Medjool dates
- 4 tablespoons of pure cocoa powder
- 45ml Maple syrup
- A pinch of salt
We start by preheating the oven to 180°C, then we peel the sweet potatoes, cut them in pieces and steam cook them for 15-20 minutes until they are soft.
We mash the cooked sweet potatoes and dates. Place the remainder of the ingredients in a big bowl and mix them. Add the sweet potatoes and dates to this mixture and stir until you have a smooth paste. Line an oven tray with baking paper. Pour the mixture into it and bake for approximately 20 minutes or until the fork comes out clean. Before you cut the brownie into squares, let it cool down completely so it doesn’t break up.