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  • 1 Oct 2015

    Been scrumping? Make this…

    If you can salvage any apples for cooking with there are so many great ways to include them in desserts and sauces. Most of ours get eaten straight off the tree and if they make it to the fruit bowl we're lucky. But if you've a large harvest, there are some great ways to make the most of this truly seasonal fruit. From simple baked apples to a more involved tasty pie recipe, enjoy the diversity! […] more

  • 1 Oct 2015

    Share the love this Christmas with Divine!

    Divine’s Advent Calendar is always a favourite. Keeping with tradition, it features 24 milk chocolates hidden behind an exclusive illustration by Stephen Waterhouse. This year it features a lively colourful scene where everyone has a role in the Christmas story. Each door reveals a heavenly milk chocolate heart and part of the Nativity story, which unfolds day by day. The Divine Chocolate Fairtrade Advent Calendar is £4.00 RRP and is available to buy at Tesco, Waitrose, Booths, Oxfam, Liberty and […] more

  • 1 Oct 2015

    10 health benefits of pumpkin seeds

    Pumpkins are the ultimate in autumnal fruits and October is the month to be making the most of them. Whether you enjoy and cook with them every year or you usually cast your pumpkin innards aside after carving them up for Halloween, you may be missing the secret superfood that lies within them! Pumpkin seeds are a potent source of a wide variety of vitamins, minerals and even fats and their incredible health benefits have amazed scientists who have compared their medicinal value to prescription medications. The recipes for making the most of your pumpkin seeds are endless, so however you choose to enjoy them you’ll be giving your body a major health boost. […] more

  • 27 Sep 2015

    Easy Apple Crumble

    This is one of those desserts you can rustle up really quickly, but which makes the most of one of autumn’s most prolific harvests. We’ve been given apples left, right and centre by friends and family, and it seem this year was an especially good one for the UK’s beloved apple trees. So it’s been stewed apple with yoghurt for breakfast and too many apple crumbles to count! This recipe has developed over the last few weeks, as we realised we liked the apples to have a hint of a bite to them, rather than be completely stewed, so you don’t cook them first. This is about the right amount of sugar for our tastes, but experiment with your family’s tastes and adapt the amounts of sugar for sweeter or more tangy apples. Delicious served with ice cream, cream or home-made custard, it’s a family favourite. […] more

  • 4 Sep 2015

    Pumpkin brownies

    Want something a little different to do with your pumpkin flesh this year? Look no further, these delicious pumpkin brownies will go down a treat with family and friends so whether you’re planning a quiet family evening in or having a big celebration be sure to add these to your recipes list! These sweet treats have the added benefit of being both gluten and dairy free! […] more

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