Cantaloupe melon sorbet (Sorbet tal-bettiegħ cantaloupe)

Melons are currently in full swing, so seize the opportunity to use it as much as you can. This sorbet is quick to do if you have a cantaloupe melon (orange on the inside)....

Low carb spaghetti and meatballs

So you ditched that package of high-carb pasta from your pantry, now learn to love nature’s healthy noodles: spaghetti squash. If you haven’t yet tried spaghetti squash then you’re in for a real treat. A...

Mini eggplant pizzas

Sneak a few extra veggies into lunchboxes with these simple-to-make, kid-friendly mini eggplant pizzas. INGREDIENTS 1 eggplant 1/2 cup (60g) shredded pizza cheese 100g mixed medley tomatoes, sliced METHOD ...

Easy vegan choc banana muffins

These easy better-for-you muffins use cacao nibs in place of chocolate chips and make a perfect lunchbox filler or afternoon tea treat. INGREDIENTS 2 cups self-raising flour 2/3 cup brown...

Traditional boiled apples with cloves (Tuffieħ mgħolli bl-imsiemer tal-qronfol)

Malta produces about 42,000kg apples a year. You can eat this fruit fresh, but boiled apples with cloves is a traditional Maltese recipe that has remained very popular today as a sweet and good dessert...

Imqaret: A traditional Maltese delight!

Imqaret, a traditional Maltese delicacy. It's basically a sweet made with pastry and a filling of dates diamond shaped – even though in many cases they are sold in a rectangular shape. I love them...

Bread with potatoes and herbs

Oh don't we all love that crunchy Maltese loaf? We found a recipe for our famous bread with a twist and we loved it... so we are here to share it with all of...

Did you know about the Maltese twisted version of scrambled eggs!?

Balbuljata (Maltese Scrambled eggs)... a Maltese traditional dish which is best served when hot and is normally accompanied by a piece of traditional Maltese bread. It can be a side dish or a quick...

Fancy some chickpea balls with yoghurt dip?

Oh baby! These balls are made for eating! They are made chickpeas (good source of protein and fiber) and so, great for vegetarians too! Their original recipe has them fried in oil, however you...

Let’s cook oven baked macaroni and Timpana (Malta’s answer to pasta pie)!

This dish is Malta’s answer to pasta pie. It is most likely Sicilian in origin, given the proximity of the two Mediterranean islands, however countless regional versions exist in Italy, where it is known...