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3 Healthy Halloween Snacks For Kids

Eat October 19, 2017

Trick or Treat Yourself....

Say goodbye to the sugar-fuelled ghosts of Halloweens past. Here are three spooktacularly healthy Halloween snacks that will keep the kids happy without sending them into (...)

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These look so delicious and need some energy to be put into making those — especially the apple monsters, how did you event come up with those?! Definitely I’m going to make those for my kids’ Halloween party

[…] Hello Fresh UK have also shared some brilliant ideas for healthy, fun Halloween treats too: […]

Tracey says:

How amazing. .those Halloween snacks are ..I’m definitely going to try them and have to tell my friends and family about them 👍💖

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Our Rhubarb Ice Lollies

Eat May 22, 2017

Mmmm... now that the hot weather is creeping in, we thought it'd be a good idea for you to cool down with some very delicious, homemade and seasonal ice lollies. (...)

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An Apple Crumble Recipe with an Indulgent Twist

Eat March 21, 2017

At HelloFresh, we love apple crumble. Traditionally, crumble is reserved for fruit like apples, berries and pears. But, if you think about it, it doesn’t take a genius to (...)

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Our Gluten-free Banana Cake recipe

Eat March 10, 2017

Our favourite things… Cue our delicious banana cake. It’s the weekend, and the struggle between wanting to treat yourself and wanting to be healthy is REAL. 

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Sarah Coleman says:

Hi,

Would I be able to make this with rice flour instead of coconut flour? I’ve run out of coconut flour, but I’ve got rice flour in my cupboard!

Thanks,

Sarah 🙂

Trisha says:

hi guys!! Sorry about that – it was a typo, it’s definitely coconut flour and not rice flour.

thanks!

Sarah Coleman says:

Sorry, I just noticed further up that you mentioned rice flour….oops!

Dorothy Kennedy says:

It says use rice flour….but its not mentioned in the recipe! It says coconut flour?

Lisa Pye says:

We love your boxes, would love the option of a desert now and again.

Nick says:

Recipe says coconut flour…. Description says rice flour! Which is it?

Lynne Beabey says:

Does the mixture go into a 1 or 2lb loaf tin? Can’t wait to try it out!

Solo4two says:

In the description you say you use rice flour, but in the list of ingredients coconut flour is mentioned…. So which one is best? Thanks! Looks yummy 🙂

Andrew Sale says:

Love the gluten and sugar free puds!!

Rachel says:

There is not any rice flour in the recipe.

Lynne Beabey says:

You mention using rice flour yet the recipe only states coconut flour?

susan says:

Can I get coconut flour and coconut oil from my local supermarket or do I need to do to a specific shop

Trisha says:

Hi Susan,

Depending on the supermarkets you have locally and how big they are. Tesco and Waitrose both stock Sukin Coconut Flour – but they have to be fairly large branches. Coconut oil is available in most supermarkets. Just make sure it’s virgin. If you live near any Sri Lankan or Indian supermarkets, they would probably sell both too.

I hope that helps!

Trisha

Rea says:

Hi,

I just made this and the inside is quote soft even after leaving it in the oven for 1 hour!
It looks very much like a wet sponge and it looks too eggy….
why could that be?

Trisha says:

Hi Rea,

So sorry to hear that! I can’t imagine why this would be. What kind of oven do you have? And which setting was it on?

Lucie says:

It’s so yummy! Do you know the carlories per slice? Interested to see how much I can eat before feeling guilty

Trisha says:

Hi Lucie,

So glad you like it! This recipe is actually from Nadine in marketing, so I’m not sure about the calories. And I guess it depends on how big the slice is :p

Sarah Coleman says:

Hi Trisha,

I noticed your reply about the recipe using coconut flour and not rice flour, but would it work using rice flour? I want to use my rice flour up rather than buying coconut flour especially for this recipe 🙂

Thanks,

Sarah

Victoria Bream says:

Why are the measurements in cups ? Very american and so confusing !

lj says:

I love that I can offer this to my doggy as well!

lj says:

(I didn’t put any chocolate or nuts in 🙂 )

Debra says:

Do you need coconut oil? Any alternatives? Thanks

Trisha says:

Hi Debra, You can use the equivalent amount of butter too or vegetable oil

Maria says:

Hi, I find that using coconut flour doesn’t work well. It makes the dough very dry. I used some almond milk to see if it improved but the result wasn’t what I expected. How can I use coconut flour with better results?

phil says:

could you let me know the provenance of your meat – we are always pleased with quality and taste and would like to know more about where it comes from

Jean slingsby says:

Do you do a gluten free section please

Lucy says:

Why have you used American measurements? very frustrating as I think I’ve just wasted a load of ingredients as I only used 100g of oil and 150g flour so my mixture has gone in very dry! I did think it was strange and should have read the recipe properly 🙁

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Ice Lollies Recipe: Strawberry and Cream

Eat March 10, 2017

Delicious Homemade Ice Lollies
Whether it's Easter half term or the Summer holidays, these homemade ice lollies are a fabulous way  to keep your kids busy. Plus it's so simple (...)

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Jennifer B says:

Lovely photos! I love the chunks of strawberries because that’s my favorite part of any popsicle when you get a big piece of flavor!

Em says:

lollies! why does that sound so much better than pops? 🙂 these look amazing!

Not much beats strawberries + cream! I love the shape of your molds and your sticks!

These look great! I love everything strawberry for summer 🙂

Rachel says:

Definitely going to try this! Looks so easy!

Annie Cho says:

Wow these are so amazing! I can’t wait to give it a try. Love your site!

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Our Healthy Vegan Banana Ice Cream Recipe

Learn March 1, 2017

 3 Nice Cream Recipes
We've got not just one, not two, but three nice cream recipes for you to try out. Give them a go and let us know how they (...)

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Excellent dishes with a wonderful pint, thanks for sharing this with us, regards and keep it up.

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The Best Pancakes you’ve Never Heard of (but Will Want to Try)

Eat February 20, 2017

In the UK, there is one day a year when we take pancakes very seriously. This year, Pancake Day falls on 28th February.

Everyone has their favourite topping… some people (...)

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Louise Oughton says:

This was a complete disaster for us! Tried hotter, cooler, stuck every time. Not good I’m afraid. Also too much lentil and chickpea meals. It’s putting me off continuing..,,.,

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6 Classic Recipes with an Unexpected Twist

Eat February 6, 2017

We’ve created these fresh twists to show you how to add a pinch of creativity to your ultimate favourite, everyday dishes without a brand new recipe. It’s all (...)

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Chef Andre’s Favourite Childhood Recipe: Tarte Tatin

Eat January 29, 2017

As you can see, our chef Andre is still a child at heart.

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9 Cake Recipes To Bake For Someone Special

Eat January 11, 2017

... with flavour combinations that are anything but boring.
Daily Yay #12 is to bake a delightful cake for someone special. Whether it's your bestie, your sister or your colleagues, we know (...)

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