19 October 2020

A peek at Mia Bella Passions Garden

Life has been so very busy,

and my next crafty DIY just has not been created.

So instead of a craft tutorial,

(I'll save that for the next post).

I'm just going to show you a snippet of my back of the house garden.

I adore this time of the year.

New growth over spring and now into early summer.

Lush greens.

New annuals heading up for display.

And the rhododendron in full bloom.

This back garden is my favourite place to be.

Enjoy your peek. 



9 October 2020

EASY YEAST FREE PIZZA!

Easy Pizza

 EASY YEAST FREE PIZZA

I'M SHOUTING THIS OUT IN 

SHOUTY CAPITALS.

BECAUSE IT IS DELISH AND SO VERY EASY TO MAKE.

I think you get the hint now.

LOL

This really is the best base if you can't be bothered to fluff around with yeast.

Or you don't like that yeasty flavour.

ALL YOU DO IS:

Easy Pizza

Mix in a bowl until dough forms:

1 1/2 cups plain flour

1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 cup fat-free milk (I used soy)

(or a little more if needed)

2 tablespoons olive oil

THEN:
on a floured benchtop knead for one minute.

Shape into a ball.

Put the dough back into the bowl. 

Cover with a clean tea towel and leave 10 minutes before using.

While the dough rests, prepare your toppings.

I used:

smoked chicken

Tomato

Mushroom

Pineapple

capsicum

Spring onion

Tasty cheese

Dollops of cream cheese

THEN:

Easy Pizza

Roll dough out to a round shape.

Place on a baking tray.

Bake in a 200-degree Celsius oven.

Bake 7 minutes.

Easy Pizza

Remove from oven

Spread base with cranberry jelly.

Easy Pizza

Top with the goodies.

Easy Pizza

Return to oven bake a further 15 to 20 minutes.

Printable Recipe HERE


#homemade #pizzabase #yeastfree


21 September 2020

Peachy Chocolate Balls

Snack Balls
Snack balls are my favourite thing.
Especially snack balls that are cacao based not date!

In these ones, I have used dried peaches.

But you could use other dried fruit like strawberries,

apricots or cranberries.

I retrained my sweet tooth away from cakes and biscuits 

to dried fruit, when I wanted a sweet snack.

A yummy choc fruit ball is the ultimate treat when you are trying to maintain healthier food choices.

Homemade Snacks

To make:

Place in a bowl:

            

4 finely diced dried peaches

(I used Tasti brand)

1 cup almond meal

3/4 cup coconut

Snack Balls

and 290 grams dark Chocolate Melts (melted)

Snack Balls

Mix well.

Refrigerate until firm.

Remove from refrigerator and roll into balls.

Homemade Snack Balls

Store in a sealed container in the cupboard.

Or refrigerator if in summer air temperature.

Snack Balls

Printable recipe HERE



#healthysnacks #snackballs 



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