Gorgeous photos meg. I love that you're putting fair trade out there on your blog.Those walnut cookies look AMAZING. Any chance you'll post the recipe?x
Click on the links below each photo Simone. I just added walnuts and used chunks of chocolate instead of chocolate chips.
wow, beautiful and inspiring...the whole post! it's something i often forget about or wonder if my little effort would make a difference, but thanks for sharing this. I'd like to make that effort xx
Yes I think it's a bit like using only free range eggs... it's the right thing to do. Once you know the true origins of your food it's hard to forget.
Those cookies look so delish! I try and buy fair trade if it's available where I'm doing my shopping, love Whittakers!
Me too! I love that their dark peppermint is dairy free too.
Ok seriously yum...I can feel my waistband tighten. We are back on a path to dairy free for the whole whanau and my husband is worried he may miss out on treats. I will show him this post x
Oh you can make anything dairy free (pretty much). If you get an ice cream machine I have good coconut cream recipes on my recipe page. They're so delicious that even my dairy loving husband gobbles them up.
Oh they look delish! thanks for sharing :)
Looks great. Can't wait to see the real thing. xx
We ate them all already Dad! Promise to do some baking for you when you're up though x
Love the baking pics, but love the hair flower even more ;-)
so lovely to hear from you xx