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Gluten-free honey glazed french-inspired tarts. Figs are my favourite fruit and coincidentally fig season also starts around the same time as my birthday. Inspired by Donna Hay and Rick Stein and Jamie Oliver's fig frangipane tarts I knew just had to try my hand at it as well. The golden crust is crumbly with a hint of sweetness. A combination of buckwheat flour and gluten-free flour were used with xanthan gum to bind the flours to form the dough. If you don't prefer a gluten-free crust just use any other...

Soft, gooey, buttery, sugary, pull-apart raisin cinnamon rolls. Even though this recipe is refined sugar-free and dairy-free it is still all the buttery, sugary goodness we were craving and not healthy at all. I made these raisin cinnamon rolls for Easter this year and they were inhaled by my family in literal seconds. If you are vegan, try our Vegan Easter Hot Cross Cinnamon Rolls , or for something with a little less sugar try our Vegan, Cinnamon, Date and Orange Buns. These recipes are also great for easter...

The easter recipes you didn't know you needed until today. This year it definitely feels like easter weekend sneaked up on me with all the madness going on in the world with COVID-19. But it's in these times that we find solace in the quality time we get to spend with loved ones and "breaking bread" like Barbara Coloroso says. "There is something profoundly satisfying about sharing a meal. Eating together, breaking bread together, is one of the oldest and most fundamentally unifying of human experiences." - Barbara Coloroso I've...