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Roz Purcell is one of Ireland’s most successful models and the 2010 winner of Miss Universe Ireland. Roz is no stranger to television audiences, she won Celebrity Come dine with Me (Ireland) in 2012, The Restaurant In 2015) and regularly appears on TV3’s Xpose.

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A Hunger For Bread
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A Hunger For Bread

I know “man cannot live on bread alone” but I would surely give it a run if it was ether of these two breads! Great consistency- firm but not dry, they last for up to 5 days in sealed tuber ware. A grain free alternative to a usual “dieting downfall”. APRICOT AND MACADAMIA BREAD *Prep […]

Walnut & Raisin Bread
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Walnut & Raisin Bread

I can’t take the credit for this one, my sister Rachel is a bit of a wiz in the kitchen. She has been creating the most delicious breads that are a perfect snack option and take away the pan slice withdrawals! The mixture of textures alone with the natural sweetness from the dried fruit means […]

Coconut Raisin Bread
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Coconut Raisin Bread

I have made a few variations of this classic simple loaf bread, its a great alternative to regular bread if your seeking a low carb- high fat recipe. Its the perfect breakfast, toasted with some coconut oil, cacao butter, homemade raspberry chia jam, banana or nut butter! Feel free to replace the coconut oil for […]

A Simple Banana Bread
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A Simple Banana Bread

Banana bread its one recipe you can never stop exploring with! I made this just playing around in the kitchen, it has great texture, and rises very high naturally. After It was baked I left it sit aside until it had fully cooled, perfect for re-heating and I even had some reheated 3 days later […]

Sundried Tomato, Basil & Feta Loaf
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Sundried Tomato, Basil & Feta Loaf

Nothing is more satisfying than bread lets be honest, no mater what type of day or mood you are in bread is always a desirable option. Sometimes with healthy breads, they can be very dense with ground almonds and never produce that light fluffy texture of “real bread” or fake bread-what it actually is. This […]

Coconut & Raspberry Scones
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Coconut & Raspberry Scones

With how well the pear and almond scones went down, I figured I would have a go at some of my other favourite flavours! This dough is a little trickier to work with as it requires the cook to use their judgement with the dough, I made them twice and its important to get the […]

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