Author Archives : Tillie

Herby Goats Cheese Omelette


Hi everyone. Tillie here. It’s been a little while. I’ve had a busy summer in the garden. But I’m back to share some recipes and today I want to share with you a recipe for my favourite lunch. Herby Goats Cheese Omelette. Wow, it’s delicious. Quick and easy to make. By the mummy. Not by me. Even quicker for me…

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Tillie's Pumpkin Pie Cookies

Pumpkin Pie Cookies


Trick or treat? Well, here’s a Halloween treat for you. Tillie’s spooktacularly delicious pumpkin pie cookies. Tillie is excited about Halloween. All those spooky bats and cats and witches and ghosts are quite rock really. Tom thinks halloween is a little bit scary. What a big jessie. So I’ve invented Tillie’s pumpkin pie cookies recipe to help get Tom in…

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Tillie in Loch Morlich

Tillie’s Adventures – Loch Morlich


Tillie loves Loch Morlich. It’s a beautiful place. Perfect for big adventures. Loch Morlich is in Glenmore Forest Park which is at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. Whether you like hills, glens, mountains, lochs, forests, fairies or sandy beaches, Loch Morlich has it all. Yes, it even has a sandy beach. And the water doesn’t taste salty. It’s…

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Bone Broth


Bone broth! What a wonderful thing. A broth. Made with bones. Oozing health and nutrition. Tastes delicious and fills the house with the most wonderful comforting smell when it’s simmering. Bone broths are nutrient-dense, easy to digest and rich in flavour. They are full of healing proteins, healthy fats and minerals. How good is that? Health benefits of bone broth Now…

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Tillie's Adventures - Anagach Woods, Grantown on Spey

Tillie’s Adventures – Anagach Woods, Grantown on Spey


This lovely autumn adventure took me to Anagach Woods, Grantown on Spey. I love Grantown on Spey in the Cairngorm National Park. It’s a pretty place and it has the most wonderful dog friendly walks and a fabulous range of shops to get all important picnic supplies. And a fancy piece from the bakers. Tillie likes a fancy piece. I…

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Tom foraging for raspberries

Foraged Fruit Cookies


Well, Tom likes to forage and he likes to eat foraged fruits straight from the bushes. I quite like that too. But Tillie’s posh. Proper posh. None of that plastic posh. So I like to wash the fly shit off the foraged fruits and make something posh and delicious. So I’ve invented Tillie’s Foraged Fruit Cookies recipe to make the…

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Tillie’s Adventures – Sunnyside Beach


So who looked at the photograph and thought that Tillie had been to the Caribbean for an adventure? Nice huh? That’s Sunnyside Beach. It’s not in the Caribbean, or the Mediterranean. It’s near Cullen which is a pretty coastal village on the Moray Firth in North East Scotland. Just over the hill from where I live. Cullen is the place that…

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Chicken lollies


It’s still hot, and Tillie fancied a savoury lolly. I love my fruity lollies but sometimes I just want something cool and savoury. So I’ve made some chicken lollies. Quick and easy to make. Deliciously chickeny and cool to eat. Perfect. What you need … Some chicken bone broth – we usually make some bone broth lollies when we make…

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Tillie's fruity lollies

Tillie’s fruity lollies


Tillie loves lollies. So I’ve been inventing lolly recipes. Lollies are the perfect treat on a hot summers day. When it’s hot I walk. Tillie doesn’t often walk. I usually trot around. But when it’s hot and I’ve been sunbathing I have to walk to a cool spot. Tillie’s lollies are the perfect way for Tillie to cool down when…

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Tillie’s Adventures – Lochan Uaine


Legend has it that the fairies of Glenmore wash their clothes in Lochan Uaine, which gives the water a green colour. Well they have to wash their clothes somewhere, don’t they? Otherwise they would get dirty. Wouldn’t they? And we don’t want dirty fairies. Do we? This is Tillie’s much anticipated sequel to my Loch Morlich adventure. A magical adventure to…

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