There isn’t a strict recipe to follow when building a grazing board, but offering a variety of sweet and salty, smooth and crunchy is what makes a grazing board appealing to look at and delicious to eat.
These fun shaped take on cereal bars are gluten and refined sugar-free, using bananas, a selection of Keeling’s berries and a little honey or maple syrup for sweetness. They are lactose-free and suitable for vegans too. This is a great recipe to get the kids involved with helping. They will especially love stamping out the star shapes. Use any shaped cutters you like.
Makes 8 stars, plus trimmings
This healthier alternative to the usual fruit crumble will surprise and delight even the fussiest of morning eaters. It is simple to prepare and a great way to get kids involved in cooking, not to mention getting fruit into them. Even the berries marinated in the orange juice and vanilla would make a gorgeous topping on porridge or a delicious dessert with a dollop of crème fraiche. This is suitable for those with a gluten, or lactose intolerance, as well as for vegans, by selecting the appropriate ingredient options.