All posts filed under: Dairy free recipes

Dairy free Fondant Cocoa Brownie recipe

Saturday, we went to the farm School at Shillingford Organics in Exeter and with the children we harvested some sunset apples. It was a fabulous day and I was so proud of Baba1! It was a  but sunny morning so when we came back home I decided to reheat my Babas by baking a chocolate cake. This recipe is really easy to make and yummy. This brownie has been so successful that nothing was left! Dairy free Cocoa Fondant Brownie recipe Ingredients 3 eggs 1 can Coconut milk {at least 70% coconut} 1 cup Cocofina Coconut sugar 1 & 1/2 cup of raw cocoa powder 1 & 1/2 cup of self raising flour 1 cup vegetable {coconut} oil Method Preheat oven to 180 degrees C  (350 degrees F ). Grease and flour a baking pan. In a medium bowl, stir together the flour, sugar, cocoa. Add the eggs , coconut milk and oil, mix well. Pour into the prepared pan. Bake for 40 minutes in the preheated oven, until a knife inserted into the center comes out …

Dairy free Pineapple upside down Cake Recipe

Sunday, I decided to spend a special moment with Baba1. I know that she loves baking a lot and now that she can eat well cooked eggs, we try to make together a bit more cakes that she can enjoy. At 5 years old, I think it is a good time to teach her some basic culinary skills and I am sure she will enjoy doing it. Retro rocks! Because I love the classics and pass on my memories to my daughters I choose the classic pineapple upside-down cake with a Dairy- Free twist. And believe me it always makes a fun centre piece for afternoon tea and brings back many childhood memories. Together, we prepared all the ingredients and put them in a tray. Head off the living room because our kitchen will not allow her to be at ease. Dairy Free Pineapple Upside down Cake Recipe Ingredients: ~ 1 can coconut milk ~ 1 can pineapple rings {7 approximately} in light syrup , drained ~ 1 cup Cocofina Coconut Sugar ~ 2 1/2 cups self raising flour …

Easy Vegetarian Curry Recipe for Beginners

Good morning! Monday, a new week is starting and it is this time again to share some recipes with you. Always following a dairy free diet with a paleo spirit. We are, in our house, great fans of curries and particularly the Korma one. Maybe because it is totally new for our taste buds – curries not really being part of the french or Moroccan traditional cuisine – I always wanted to make one from scratch. Asian cuisine is so different that I was afraid and did not know where to start, I think did not want to mess around. What did help me and give me the confidence to try? The Cocofina Creamed Coconut*! It has such a creamy and intense test . I love it. Now it becomes an essential in my new diet as it gives you so much choice. Usually in curries recipe you put yoghurt or coconut milk, but as my diet is dairy free and I was unsure about coconut milk, my first try had to be with the creamed coconut. …