I have pretty mixed feelings about onion rings. Whilst I will agree that they are tasty.. traditional onion rings, in all their battered, fried glory.. just seem pretty.. gross.
Heavily processed, lacking in nutritional value, and high in fat..
If you make them yourself they will obviously be better.. but what if you could make them healthy?
Raw dessert? I’ll bet a lot of people will be thinking “Really? That sounds so boring!”. Most will probably think that a raw dessert consists of an apple. Or a banana. Or maybe, if you’re lucky, a bowl of ripe berries.
Oh, you do not know how wrong you are…
Well hello lovely people, did you think I’d forgotten about you? Not a chance! Life has been pretty full at the moment, some of it planned, some not, so I’ve been kept very busy for the past few months. But I’ve been absolutely itching to get back to blogging! And now I think I truly have something blog-worthy to share with you all.
I know, I know. I said that I would be posting this recipe the very day after I posted my Pesto recipe – But sometimes, life just gets in the way!
Saturday was spent at my fiancé’s mum’s house, with my fiance’s family. No laptops, barely any phone usage, simply spent relaxing in the garden and spending time together.
With a particularly fun game of hide and seek, in which I won one of the games (they had to give up!) by hiding in an abandoned tree-house 😛
Sometimes, being so short and little has it’s perks!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been The Birthday Fairy. (A bit confusing perhaps, seeing as though this is Pixie Produce, but hey, on Sunday’s I’m a Unicorn, and I’ve always been crazy about dragons – I’m a whole fairy-tale rolled into one)