Summer Strawberry Fruit Sponge

We love this easy strawberry sponge recipe as its so light and works really well with other fruits and fillings. I also used the sponge for the rhubarb cake I made recently and it gives you an idea on how you can use other different fruits and vegetables in this cake recipe. You can watch the recipe for the sponge cake in the Youtube video below. These are our favourite family strawberry recipes.

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Strawberry Fruit Leather

This recipe is part of my ‘Family Strawberry Favourites’ video and they are so delicious! You can watch the recipe in the youtube video below or the full recipe is below the video.

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Wartime Rhubarb Sponge

This delicious rhubarb sponge is moist and crumbly at the same time. It’s half way between a rhubarb crumble and a sponge and is the kind of delicious pudding your Grandma would have served you after a Sunday lunch. My kids loved it so much I barely got a shot of it coming out of the oven. lol 🙂 Check out the video below for this simple recipe.

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Lovely Kefir Lemonade

I love this delicious probiotic rich lemonade made with kefir water. Its so easy to make and is packed with nutritional beneficial bacteria. My kids love to try my bubbly fermented drinks and once you know how to make kefir water you can then go on to make so many different variations using different fruits and flavours.

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Rhubarb Cream Cake

This delicious butter free light sponge is lovely with the flully cream and sticky rhubarb drizzle. Rhubarb is definitely one of my favourite things about late Spring. I love a good Rhubarb pie but quickly get bored of making pie to use it all up. This little sponge cake was inspired by a Nordic sponge recipe and I think it works really well with the cream and rhubarb.

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Blueberry Oat Muffins

I made 18 of these delicious blueberry and oat muffins in the evening last week and by morning there were 6 left. Lets just say they went down well with the big kids in the house lol! They are made with loads of fresh blueberries, dates, oats and kefir milk. You can also use yoghurt if you don’t have kefir. I also used fresh buttermilk from making butter with the kids but you can buy buttermilk in the store if you don’t have fresh.

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Walnut Cake Brunch

Remember that delicious walnut cake I made a few recipes back…well we used up the leftovers for a delicious brunch at the weekend! Check this out, it was loved by all the kids! The recipe is super easy and you could use any old leftover pieces of cake it doesn’t have to be walnut cake. The walnut cake does work well with the apples though.

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Sourdough Cinnamon Swirls

My apologies to all those trying to use this Spring time to get fit and slim for the Summer lol! These are sooooo good your really going to find it hard to just eat one…trust me I tried and failed lol. The kids loved them and they were a real treat for a weekend breakfast a few weeks back. I topped mine off with a maple cream cheese sauce. They were quite simply a piece of heaven in a skillet!

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Kefir Fluffy Pancakes

These pancakes are our absolute fave! They are fluffy and so delicious with chopped fruit, nuts and maybe a drizzle of maple syrup or raw honey. They are also the perfect way to use up any excess kefir you may have from making your own. They are so easy to make and the kids absolutely love them with a bit of nutella and fruit for breakfast or for a snack.

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Oat & Raisin Cookies

We all love a cookie in our house and they don’t last long thats for sure! These oat & raisin cookies are so delicious. I once made a huge batch (this recipe x4) and froze 3 logs of cookies in the freezer to take one out each week of the month. This works really well for school packed lunch treats and snacks and now that the kids are homeschooling for a while its the perfect treat to take out the night before.

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