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  • 12 Dec 2014

    Celebrate Solstice with these recipes

    Get together with family, friends, neighbours and community to celebrate this special time of year with our warming recipes. Wassail is a hot and spicy drink associated with Winter Solstice. People in Northern Europe still enjoy this drink today. Gather together with friends and family to enjoy a warming cup of Wassail, perfect around a bonfire in the garden or after a wintry walk. […] more

  • 2 Dec 2014

    Paleo Chocolate Christmas Cake

    If, like many, you’re not a lover of Christmas pudding – perhaps a little festive chocolate cake might be better placed on your dining table this year. Not just any chocolate cake... but a gluten and dairy free chocolate cake with just the right amount of fudgey deliciousness. No added nasties, great for all the family and even better for your waistline! Enjoy! […] more

  • 27 Nov 2014

    Win one of five organic chocolate Pamper Parcels

    In the run up to the festive season we’re offering Green Parent readers the opportunity to win a Pamper Parcel filled with organic and fair trade chocolate goodies the whole family will enjoy. We’ve got five to giveaway! Each parcel is carefully packed by hand and delivered in a beautifully designed box, with the items inside individually wrapped in tissue. […] more

  • 21 Nov 2014

    Gluten and Dairy Free Gingerbread Biscuits

    It wouldn’t be Christmas without Gingerbread now, would it? For those of us eating clean whole foods this needn’t mean breaking from our lifestyle choices as I’ve discovered a rather good little recipe! I’m not confident I could build a gingerbread house with it just yet, but it makes the most delicious biscuits that get the seal of approval from the littlest members of the household. Please note: this recipe contains nuts. […] more

  • 20 Nov 2014

    Gluten and Dairy Free Mince Pies

    I was recently shocked to discover that mince pies are dying out. As a bit of an obsessive lover of all things Christmas, mince pies are up there with laying out decorations when it comes to things I tend to indulge in far too early in the year. I get quite carried away. I have spent many years, in the months of October and November, trying and failing to resist the charms of the mince pie whilst dreaming of snow and santa. But, it would appear that these sentiments are fading with each new generation. […] more

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