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Christmas in July

Christmas in July: The ultimate guide to hosting a festive dinner party

Here in the Southern Hemisphere, we never get the chance to celebrate Christmas in December in true North Pole style, because it’s simply too warm. That’s why we celebrate Christmas in July! Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to throw a Christmas celebration with a classic winter twist by hosting a small dinner party at home with family or your friends. Here is our guide to hosting Christmas in July including decorating, recipe ideas and at-home entertaining tips. Decorations: Let’s get...

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Best Carrot Cake Ever

Recipe: The Best Ever Carrot Cake

Who doesn’t love a good carrot cake? Our easy-to-make carrot cake recipe is super delicious and flavoursome, and made with an irresistible cream cheese frosting! This homemade treat is perfect for any occasion and is guaranteed to impress your family and friends. The best thing about this carrot cake recipe is that you don’t have to be a pro to create this tantalising, heavenly dessert! This easy-to-follow recipe is suitable for everyone, whether you’re a beginner in the kitchen or...

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Matcha Green Tea

All things matcha: Why you should drink more matcha green tea

Matcha green tea: With an abundance of health benefits, delicious taste and colourful green tone, it is quickly becoming one of our favourite drinks. In this article, we will share the secrets of the green tea powder, along with our favourite recipe for you to try at home. What is matcha? So, how is matcha different from regular green tea? Like green tea, matcha comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. However, it’s grown differently and has a unique nutrient profile. Grown...

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Organised Fridge

Fridge Organisation 101: How to keep it tidy and organised


It’s time to step up your fridge organisation game: One of the most important parts of the kitchen is the fridge. However, it gets often neglected, left to become over-cluttered, messy and filled with ‘floppy’ vegetables. The truth is there are plenty of benefits of keeping a fridge organised. Food doesn’t spoil and leftovers get eaten. Since you can quickly glance and see what you need to top up, it makes it easy to write a shopping list too. We...

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ClickClack baking gadgets

Bake Like A Pro: Our Top Eight Baking Tips To Improve Your Skills

With World Baking Day on May 17, 2020, we thought it was the perfect time to share our top baking tips to help you avoid any more kitchen disasters. We have collated the most helpful tips and tricks to get you inspired and educated! Tip 1: Don’t interchange baking powder with baking soda If both are leavening agents, why are these two products not interchangeable? A question which is often asked by baking beginners. Here's the answer: Baking soda (or bicarb...

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Wonder Bliss Balls

Three reasons why bliss balls should be your go-to snack

Bliss balls, also known as protein balls, are great little energy suppliers. They are also easy to prepare and serve as a healthy snack option for on-the-go. Here are three reasons why bliss balls are great and actually good for you. We’ve also included a delicious recipe to provide you with the necessary energy to kick your daily goals. They are full of nutritional benefits. Bliss balls are usually created with a base of nuts and seeds, which contain a lot of...

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Pantry organisation

Pantry Organisation 101: Five steps to your dream pantry

Ever since Marie Kondo appeared on our screens, our social media feeds have been filled with ultra-tidy kitchen pantries, encouraging us to join the pantry organisation bandwagon. ClickClack has teamed up with none other than professional home organiser and Founder of The Organising Platform, Chelsea Smith, to demonstrate how you can achieve an Insta-worthy pantry in just a few simple steps. Chelsea shares her five top tips on getting started with your pantry organisation project. Step 1: Invest in airtight containers Airtight containers...

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Fridge storage solutions

Three positive effects of a clean and clutter-free lifestyle

You may find it hard to believe, but keeping your home clean and clutter-free has positive effects on your overall well-being, and science can prove it. We get it – moping the floor, cooking dinner, doing the laundry as well as full-time work can be overwhelming at times. That said, having a proper organisation plan for daily chores will free you up and make your life a little less stressful. Often, it’s a matter of motivation. Staying on top of all...

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coloured easter eggs

Egg decoration fun: Get your home ready for Easter!

These top tips for Easter egg decorating will brighten your home – and give you a fun afternoon with the family. One of the best arts and crafts activities at this time of year is Easter egg decorating. Once finished, the overall effect brightens any home with a beautiful, seasonal feel. Here are some fun ways to decorate your eggs – perhaps in ways you haven’t tried before! Tie-dye eggs Did you know that you can create a tie-dye effect on eggs...

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Storage Tips for Tiny Kitchens : Smarter, small space storage ideas

  Small apartment living is slowly becoming a social movement. Have you heard of tiny living? It’s a philosophy that people are embracing more and more, especially in inner-city areas - the decision to downsize the space they live in, and live with a lot less. The belief is that living smaller provides people with more time and freedom to… well…live life, and worry less about finances, maintenance, and environmental impact.   Does tiny living mean you’ll do less at home? Not necessarily....

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