Bramley Apple and Rhubarb Crumble recipe with oats

Making this Bramley apple and rhubarb crumble recipe couldn’t be easier. It’s perfect for the Bramley variety — a crisp, tart very British apple that’s great for baking. The fruit stands up to the baking process, still has body and is deliciously flavourful. We also love that Bramley apples are sourced from British farmers. They…

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Bramley Apple and Pear Crumble recipe

Our Bramley Apple and Pear Crumble recipe combines these two classic British fruits into a tasty dessert. We think it’s particularly great to cook with Bramley apples — they’re a tart, crisp, very British baking apple that stands up well to the cooking process. This crumble recipe has a touch of vanilla and cinnamon with…

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Bramley Apple and Raspberry Crumble Recipe

We love how the raspberries are bright flashes of colour in this tasty Bramley Apple and Raspberry Crumble recipe, topped with oats.  Crumble is one of the best things to make with Bramley apples. It’s a British variety that can grow all around the country and is perfect for baking. The crisp and tart Bramley…

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Why I stopped sharing photos of my daughter on social media

  As a parent, should you be sharing photos of your child online? Vicky Smith featured her children frequently on her blog and social media. Now, as her eldest daughter has matured, she’s reconsidered. Is your online presence getting too big to feature your children on your blog and social media? One mother and influencer…

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50 phrases that fill a parent with horror

Parenting. A wonderful, effortless joy. A rewarding gift. One of life’s most important roles. One that most of us feel honoured and privileged to do. We can’t imagine life without our children. Hmm. Yet the parenting experience can be filled with moments of utter horror — those FFS moments we can all relate to. Little…

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