Recipes

Breakfast recipes:

Heather Honey & Oat Pancakes

These Scottish Heather Honey and Oat Pancakes are so easy to make and are really delicious for breakfast with fresh fruit and a drizzle of raw honey or maple syrup. They are fluffy and light and are so quick and easy to make for breakfast.

Aberdeen Rowies

These Scottish Aberdeen Rowies are an absolute classic from the North East of Scotland. A weekend treat quite often included a buttery or a rowie for breakfast when we were growing up and I’ll never forget waking up to my Dad’s old crackly radio on a Saturday morning and the smell of the rowies wafting … Read More

Beremeal Bannocks

I will have to admit that this was the first Scottish savoury bannock that I have made and you know what? …it certainly will not be the last it was absolutely delicious! The kids loved it and the wee one had a few pieces too! I made this special bannock with traditional Beremeal from Orkney.

Murrays Cheesy Morning Rolls

My son made these delicious cheesy bread rolls using our huge bag of doves strong white flour. They resemble the classic Scottish crusty morning roll of my childhood and are soooo delicious fresh out of the oven. He made quite a mess of the kitchen and completely covered my Kitchen Aid in flour but hey … Read More

Pecan Caramel Nut Milk

I love making all sorts of nut milk as its a delicious alternative to use in cereals or other recipes. I like to try new things and loved making this pecan nut milk.. It’s delicious with the addition of raw honey and has a lovely caramel flavour. You could make it sweeter with some dates … Read More

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 … Read More

Lunch Ideas:

Winter Veg Soup

This traditional Scottish Winter Vegetable soup is so good on a cold Winters day. It’s made with a hearty selection of seasonal Scottish root vegetables and a piece of beef rib to sweeten and add flavour.

Steamed Lamb Pudding

This traditional Scottish Lamb pudding is actually based on a very old Scottish recipe for a mutton pudding. So if you can get your hands on mutton I would give it a go with that but lamb is really delicious and works really well in this recipe with the addition of potatoes and onions.

Scottish Fatty Cutties

Traditional Scottish Fatty Cutties come from Orkney and I first tried them from a company up there. My kids loved them and I knew I would have to find a recipe for them. This recipe is based on a traditional recipe from Orkney and has been kept as close to the original as possible. They … Read More

Scottish Haggis Balls

These Scottish haggis balls made with Traditional Scottish Haggis are so easy to make and delicious served up with some neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoes) or some clapshot. I’m serving my balls up with some clapshot in this recipe as they work so well together.

Scottish Potted Trout

This is such a delicious traditional Scottish recipe for potted trout and very easy to make. I like it in the Winter months but it is equally good in the warmer months too. It travels well and goes nicely with toast, crackers and oatcakes. We enjoy it on toast triangles with a bowl of warm … Read More

Burns Night Cheese Board

We love a good Scottish cheese board in this house and with a few good Scottish cheeses, chutneys and home made jellies its the perfect treat! I thought this cheese board would work really well as a center piece for any Traditional Scottish Burns night celebration.