Festive comfort pudding (or breakfast!) Apple and mincemeat compote

I love a hot, comforting pudding on a cold night and one of my favourites is apple compote with nuts and yoghurt. I’m also a massive mincemeat fan soI thought I’d combine the two!

The apple compote is so simple to make it’s embarrassing! Just peel and core some bramley apples (as many as you want to eat!), chop small and put in a saucepan with a tablespoon of water. Gently bring to the boil and simmer on a low heat until the apple is all mushy! I like it just like this, but if you want it sweeter then add some raw sugar while you cook them. Once cooled transfer to a jar and store in the fridge for up to a week (in fact mine never lasts that long!). You can also freeze it in batches too 🙂


For the mincemeat I use my favourite home made mincemeat recipe which I use for my mincepies. It was originally featured on the Pure form fitness kitchen – here.

Once done simply combine the two! I heat mine in the microwave for a few mins then serve with some delicious Co Yo yoghurt and toasted almonds – yummo! 🙂



Very Exciting! First Christmas Fayre – Come join me at Hurst Park Primary School, Saturday 8th Dec

Well this is exciting.. I’m selling some of my festive bakes (gift packs of mincepies and biscuits) at the Hurst Park Primary School Christmare Fayre, in West Molesey tomorrow!

Come down, have a taste and say hello if you’re in the area 🙂