Protein Pumpkin Pancakes

Image of Fit Food Class protein pumpkin pancakes at Food Sorcery, Didsbury

Ingredients - Serves 4 2 eggs 1 cup pumpkin puree 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats 1 scoop collagen peptides powder 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 teaspoon cardamom 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup milk (I like cashew milk! or coconut milk!) dark chocolate...

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Master of Cheese!

image of acadeny of cheese with cutting the curd

Fancy having the title of Master of Cheese?! I really am delighted to be a new Training Partner for the Academy of Cheese. This fabulous, recently launched certification will appeal to those already involved in the cheese world and also to those who would like to increase their knowledge or possibly...

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The Day I Made Cheese!

image of chesse making class attendees at Food Sorcery Didsbury with cutting the curd

We asked David to tell us about his experience attending our Cheese Making Class - here's what he had to say Occasionally at Christmas or other gifting time it is worth taking the plunge and instead of waiting for a very useful but mildly disappointing pair of socks or a...

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Paleo, Vegan Tiramisu

Image of Paleo Chocolate Vegan Tiramisu from Food Sorcery's Fit Food Classes at Food Sorcery, Didsbury

This low carb, vegan and paleo recipe takes only 15 minutes to make! Ingredients - Serves 4 “Ladyfinger” Layer 1 cup of almond flour 2tbsp cashew butter 3tbsp cashew milk 2tbsp instant espresso powder 20 drops of stevia Pinch of salt “Custard” Layer 1/3 cup of cashew butter 4tbsp cashew...

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Italian Paleo Crackers

Image of seeded Paelo Crackers from our Fit Food class at Food Sorcery, Didsbury

  These are great as a snack or as a base for healthier canape. We all crave a bit of crunch sometimes!Clean Cooking and Healthy Eating Classes  - click here for detailsIngredients - Makes 10 Crackers150g Almond Flour1 Egg3 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil1 tbsp Chopped Basil½ tbsp Onion Powder½...

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