It's no secret that we love fruit and healthy eating here at British Frozen Fruits, so that is why we have teamed up with the wonderful Nourish by Jane Clarke, to offer you a bundle of Frozen Fruit, 4 Nourish drinks, and a Nourish book worth £66.80 to help you on your way to a nutritious diet! To enter, simply fill in the form below.
Jane Clarke (BSc, SRD (Hon) DSc) is a dietitian and Cordon Bleu chef with more than 30 years of experience in the nutrition industry, and has been described as "an exceptional nutritionist" by Jamie Oliver. She developed Nourish to provide a solution to the problem of undernourishment and to provide empowerment and inspiration to those who are vulnerable or facing a health challenge. You can read more about Nourish by Jane Clarke below.
With autumn well and truly here, temperatures dropping and the wetter weather incoming, what better way to warm up your morning than with a bowl of tasty porridge for breakfast? Once you have mastered our simple, quick and easy recipe, you will be all set to create your own variety of delicious porridge bowls by adding an assortment of different frozen fruits and other tasty toppings - the options are endless!
Basic Porridge Recipe
- 80g rolled porridge oats
- 300ml semi skimmed milk, water or alternative milks such as oat milk, soya
Here at British Frozen Fruits we love fruit and want you to enjoy cooking and baking with it as much as possible, which is why we've teamed up with the lovely Pam the Jam and Love Jars to create a Jam Making bundle worth £238! It's perfect for you whether you're new to jam making or not and will help you to create jam so delicious you won't want to share it with anyone else.
One person will win:
This fruit tart is one of our favourites for dinner parties, or as a summer treat - your guests will always want to come back for more! By buying and using frozen fruit you aren't relying on seasonality in order to use your favourite British fruits, so you can bake with summer berries year round.
Blackcurrant Tart with French Flan Pastry
French Flan Pastry (For a 7inch diameter flan tin):
2oz butter (cold and cubed)
2-3 drops of vanilla essence (optional)
Pinch of salt
Enough blackcurrants to fill your pastry tin (you can switch this for any other fruit you may prefer)
2oz caster sugar
1 packet of flan gel
100ml double cream
Here at British Frozen Fruits, we have been supplying Yeo Valley with our Organic Blackcurrants for around 20 years! We are incredibly excited to introduce you to the Yeo Valley Organic RHS Limited Edition British Blackcurrant Yogurt. It is made with 100% British organic milk and our organic blackcurrants and you can find it nationwide in Waitrose and Sainsbury's stores.
Yeo Valley Organic is a family-owned organic dairy company and will highlight the importance of our soil in reversing climate change with their first-ever show garden at the 2021 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. The Yeo Valley Organic Garden at the Chelsea Flower
How to infuse your favourite spirit with soft fruit
Infusing your favourite spirit, we would recommend gin or vodka, is a great way to experiment with flavours or diversify your drinks trolley, plus they can make perfect gifts or wedding favours!
For some fruit inspiration, we'd recommend trying some of the below, but you can trial most fruits and see how it goes:
Jam is one of our favourite things to make on the weekend, so we have fresh jam all week made out of our favourite berries. However, we know that you don't always have the time to make your own so we are sharing a delicious alternative to homemade jam: Blackcurrant and Chia Seed Jam.
This jam takes 15-20 minutes, so it's easy to have on the go in the morning and will last up to 5 days in your fridge. Plus it's full of antioxidants and fiber thanks to the blackcurrants and chia seeds.
This recipe is also super adaptable, so switch out your blackcurrants for another of your favourite berries and enjoy!
Blackcurrant and Chia Seed Jam
500g of our Frozen Organic Blackcurrants
3 tbsp chia seeds
1tsp vanilla extract
2 tbsp of honey/maple syrup (optional)
The Chuckleberry is not a commonly known fruit and for that reason, often results in people not knowing much about it or how to even use it. We understand this struggle so we are here to help you learn about this incredible fruit, and hopefully inspire you to use it in your cooking or baking.
First things first - what is a Chuckleberry?
A chuckleberry is a hybrid between a redcurrant, gooseberry and jostaberry (a jostaberry already being a hybrid of a gooseberry and blackcurrant). This large mix of different flavour profiles has resulted in a dark red/purple fruit around the size of a blackcurrant, with a complex, yet delicious taste. It provides vibrancy and sharpness to cooking, whilst simultaneously being sweet - making it an incredibly exciting ingredient to use.
How to use it?
Jam is an obvious,
November 13, 2020
Buying your fruit frozen has numerous benefits, which is why we are so proud to be able to offer it to you, they include:
1. Less food Waste
This is because you only use what you need, when you need it, and don’t have to worry about your fruit going off quicker than you are ready to use it.
You can enjoy all the seasonal fruits you love throughout the year without having to compromise on quality and flavour.
3. Better Flavour
Freezing fruit from fresh means all the nutrition that was present at the time of picking is locked in and preserved - providing you with amazing, fresh-tasting f
November 27, 2019
For the cake:
For the icing:
- 225g butter
- 225g caster sugar
- 3 eggs
- zest of 1 lemon
- juice of 1/2 lemon
- 225g self raising flour
- 200g frozen blueberries (coated in flour)
- 70g icing sugar
- few drops of lemon juice
- water if needed
Total time required: 45 minutes
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 30-35 minutes
- Preheat the oven to 190C/170C fan/gas mark 5.
- Grease & line a loaf tin with baking parchment.
- Cream together the butter & caster sugar in a bowl until light & fluffy.
- Add the 3 eggs, zest & juice -