It’s time once again for The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop, the blog hop for recipes using healthy ingredients, family and comfort food recipes, articles about healthy living, real /slow/ local/sustainable food, foraging, herbal remedies, organics and gardening. As much as possible, recipes should be homemade from scratch.
Are you making something special on Valentine’s Day? I’d love to hear what you are planning in the comments. I’m cooking for my husband and I and I’m trying to decide which of my favourite Valentine’s desserts to make – Molten Chocolate Babycakes, St Clement’s Custards or my Fruit Brûlée.
Today I’m featuring some delicious homemade treats from last week’s hop.
Healthy Gluten Free Chocolate Beer Cake
from Poor and Gluten Free
Strawberry and Cream Cheese King Cake
from Louanne’s Kitchen
Oatmeal and Bacon Scones
from Life in the Pantry
It’s been raining a huge amount here in England and there’s so much flooding here. Our son is staying with friends in London this evening as there are almost no trains running and he can’t get home. I’m very grateful that despite living very near the Thames River, our house is on exceptionally high ground. However most of the areas around us are flooded and the Thames Valley is seriously threatened by more rain on its way to us. Hundreds of soldiers are on standby to help build more sea and river defences. It’s definitely time for comfort food so I’m keen to see what everyone shares this week!
On with the hop!
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