Highlights from Foodies 100 bloggers: Snacks

Bacon and Cheddar Muffins

From This Little Home we have tasty bacon and cheddar muffins, a wholesome snack, ideal for picnics.


Baklava- Greek Pistachio, Walnut & Syrup Pastry

A gorgeous Baklava, Greek pistachio, walnut and syrup pastry from Yiayia’s Kouzina.


Italian Doughnuts with Potatoes

These doughnuts from My Little Italian Kitchen are vegan and lighter than usual, made without eggs, butter or sugar but instead with an unusual ingredient- potatoes. They look very tasty!


Creme Egg & Marshmallow Brioche Toastie

An indulgent toasted brioche sandwich filled with Cadbury creme eggs and mini marshmallows from the Penne For Your Thoughts kitchen.


Dairy and Egg Free Museli Muffins

Full of oats, fruits & seeds these little dairy & egg free museli muffins from The Peachicks’ Bakery are a great on-the go start to the day or mid-afternoon energy boost. Complete with grated dark chocolate and crunchy museli topping these make the perfect accompaniment to your morning coffee!


Cheesy Marmite Sausage Rolls

Cheesy Marmite Sausage Rolls. You’ll either love them or hate them! From the Penne For Your Thoughts kitchen.


Polenta, Cheese and Mushroom Nibbles

These gorgeous looking polenta nibbles with mushrooms, cheese and crunchy speck from My Little Italian Kitchen, are also gluten free.


Homemade Scotch Eggs

Have you ever made scotch eggs, they are easier than you think and you don’t need to deep fry these ones. A healthier version that is baked in the oven from Cherished By Me.


Pumpkin Cheese Balls

From My Little Italian Kitchen we have delicious soft pumpkin balls with a cheesy heart. They can make fantastic appetizers or snacks!


Apple Crumble Caramel Bars

From The Whole Ingredient kitchen…Why make just one apple crumble when you can make these apple crumble caramel bars full of cinnamon-spiced apples, home made caramel and crunchy oats?


Chocolate Banana Bread Muffins

This one-bowl recipe for vegan banana muffins from The Whole Ingredient,  is super simple, quick and delicious. With Autumn spices, chocolate and sour cherries, these are the perfect, healthy breakfast snack.


Fresh Strawberry Shake

Mmmm, ‘Bark Time’ has been whizzing up a fresh strawberry shake, with added grounded almonds and pinch of cinnamon.


Rooh Afza Syrup

A homemade rooh afza syrup of cooling herbs and spices, just mix in water for a refreshing drink, from the ‘Diary of a Home-Maker’ kitchen.


Spicy roasted chick peas

From the ‘Diary of a Homemaker’ kitchen we have some lovely spicy roasted chick peas which make a fibre and protein rich, healthy and very tasty snack.


Dirty Caper

Love a Dirty Martini? Mix things up and try The Beach Hut Cook’s Dirty Caper instead.


Rhubarb Curd

Foodie Quine has been making a delicious rhubarb curd, and rhubarb gin!


Date and Banana Flapjacks

From ‘Annie’s Dorset Kitchen’ we have date and banana no added sugar flapjacks, using only natural sugars from date and banana for sweetness.


Homemade Penguin Biscuit

From ‘Helen Redfern’s’ kitchen we have a homemade version of the Penguin biscuit. Two layers of chocolate biscuit sandwiched with buttercream and smothered in chocolate.


Bread Upma

Bread Upma from ‘Sandhya’s Kitchen’ is a delicious quick fix savoury bread dish.


Banana and Blueberry Granola Bars

These delicious vegan and gluten free Banana and Blueberry Granola Bars are from the ‘Rough Measures’ kitchen.


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