Baking bread is not as hard as you think- you just need a bit of patience to mould it into a light fluffy loaf. I have adapted the recipe from Peter Mayle and Gerard Auzet’s book “Confessions of a French Baker” and the great thing is it cost about $1.40 to make.
Energy Balls are a great way to get a healthy shot of protein, carbohydrate and good fats to sustain you during an active day. I love to take these guys hiking and they’re easy to prepare if you’re short on time, just blend and make into balls.
When you’re active outdoors, sometimes you need a lightweight snack to curb your hunger and give you energy. These protein power bars are great for that. I like these for the savoury edge that the tahini provides: sometimes energy bars can be too sweet. No bake and easy to make!
I like big buns and I cannot lie…. Hot Cross Buns, that is (although I am partial to a nicely coiffed man bun). These little gems have been injected with some extra fibre by using wholemeal flour as well as the traditional fruit n’ spice and all things nice. A lovely Easter treat!
Fritters are a favourite of mine and a great meal to enjoy at breakfast, lunch or dinner. They don’t need any fancy cooking skills either. I like things a bit of spicy so have added chillies and mustard for a little extra zing! If you like things a little more mild, you can replace the…
Damper: such a classic Aussie camping recipe and what better way to do it than on a campfire. It’s so cheap, easy, tasty and versatile. I love having it with some fried eggs, smoky cheddar and relish, but it’s always delightful to pair with golden syrup- a la Primary School camp.
Risotto is so easy to make and you can make it all in one saucepan- fantastic for camping!. I love making mine with mushrooms but you can swap for other delicious vegetables such as beetroot, peas or pumpkin.