A big thank you to Greedy Bear Bakes for this nomination. Although the Dragon’s Picnic has not posted for a few months, this seems the perfect final post on my WordPress blog.  I am moving to a self-hosted site and although it is not up and running just yet, please drop by some time in…

Three Variations of Orange Tahini-Based Sauces or Dressings

Oranges, similar to lemons or limes, mix well with tahini to create a deliciously rich, creamy, nutty, and tangy sauce which goes with many dishes

These three variations of orange tahini-based sauces include a salty and tangy orange miso, an earthy, pungent orange ginger, or enjoy the golden colour of the earthy-sweet taste of orange tumeric. Any of these sauces can be drizzled on a dish to add a refreshing zing to a meal.…

Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches

According to the Food Network, the earliest known ice cream sandwich recipe was made with two slices of sponge cake. They have gradually evolved until the ice cream was eventually sandwiched between cookies and crispy wafers which more closely resembles the treat we enjoy today.

I have never been a particular fan of the wafers but since my first introduction ice cream being sandwiched between two cookies, I have never looked back.. Although I had originally thought that plant-based eating would mean saying farewell to such decadent deliciousness, it seems not! With “nice cream”, a tasty frozen filling, sandwiched between a couple of vegan chocolate chip oatmeal cookies, the treat lives on!

Spiced Almond and Quinoa Salad

We often hear about the benefits of eating a diet rich in plant-based foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, pulses, and grains. As this advice is very general in nature, I was interested to read about the suggested goal to aim to eat at least 30 of these plant-based foods a week.. The benefit of this is that research claims that this mix will promote a more varied gut bacteria which will ultimately lead to a healthier gut microbiome. …

Orange and Lemon Sweets (Vegan and GF)

When you think of oranges and lemons, what comes to mind? More than likely it is a vision of a couple of citrus fruits characterized by their leathery rind, white pith and juicy segments! Not at all surprising as these fruits are a common ingredient in baking and cooking and can have many uses for both sweet and savoury dishes. However, when I think of oranges and lemons something quite different comes to mind.…

5 thoughts on “Blog

  1. snowangel22 July 7, 2020 / 12:21 pm

    “The Dragon’s Picnic” blog inspired me to try making some homemade granola. It is so easy. I have been spending a fortune on gluten free store bought granola. I followed the suggestions on your blog. I used gluten free oats, flax seeds, almonds, sunflower seeds, and added a touch of vanilla. It is absolutely scrumptious.

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  2. Joanne July 7, 2020 / 5:32 pm

    Good to hear that the recipe worked well for you and the mixture of ingredients you chose sounds delicious. Enjoy!


  3. GP Cox November 3, 2020 / 3:34 am

    It all looks fantastic. I wait all year for these sorts of treats

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