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Davina’s sugar free brownies

Davina’s sugar free brownies

Since Davina appeared on This Morning a few days ago and unveiled her sugar free brownies recipe there has been quite the storm on social media with members of the public up in arms over her use of the words “sugar free”. Now here’s the thing: Davina isn’t stupid and neither are you or I. A quick glance at the ingredients (honey, maple syrup, chocolate) and it soon becomes apparent that this recipe does indeed contain sugar. BUT it’s the kind of sugar that is in question here – naturally occurring versus refined. So what I’m saying and, I’m sure Davina would agree, is that these brownies are meant to be enjoyed as an OCCASIONAL treat when your sweet tooth is getting the better of you but you’re still determined to avoid ingesting a whole bunch of refined sugars. Got it? Share the...
Naughty, naughty little Ginger Warrior!!

Naughty, naughty little Ginger Warrior!!

Look at this picture of me when I was 10 and say the first word that comes into your head! What was it? Was it angelic? Sweet? Innocent? Adorable? I’m going to take a wild stab in the dark and guess that none of those adjectives first sprung to mind upon viewing my freckly and very round face and you’d be right, my Warriors of the World, for I was none of those adjectives. If you opted for naughty, mischievous, wayward or wilful then you were much closer to the mark! Share the...
An inspirational story of weight loss!

An inspirational story of weight loss!

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions?Chances are, if you did, that at least one will include an improvement in your physical well-being such as becoming more active or shedding a few unwanted pounds. Now I’m not suggesting that you should lose weight or need to lose weight but if weight loss is part of your 2015 Action Plan then here is a story that is sure to encourage and inspire. Su Kinton literally transformed her body and this is how she did it. Share the...
The Great Arbroath DOOK!

The Great Arbroath DOOK!

Everyone has their own way of seeing in the New Year. In Spain they eat 12 grapes as the clock strikes midnight. Ecuadorians prefer to burn a scarecrow believing that it cleanses all the negativity of the previous year. South Africans chuck old furniture out of the window. And in Brazil they offer white flowers to the Goddess of the Living Ocean in the hope that she will bring them energy and strength for the new year ahead. Here in Arbroath the inhabitants prefer to get completely and utterly trollied (click if you’re unsure of definition) on New Year’s Eve and then, the following day, head down to the harbour and jump into the icy North Sea of their own volition. That, Warriors of the World, is know as the great Arbroath DOOK.    Share the...