These little buns of hidden veggie goodness have been a life saver on more than one occasion. Savoury muffins came about after my eldest decided to have an aversion to pretty much all food groups except meat and cake. So I threw my hat of ingenuity on, did a little research, tweaked and practiced making these little munchables.
They are perfect for batch baking and freezing. Throw a couple of them in your child’s lunchbox straight out of the freezer and they will be perfectly defrosted by lunch time. They
My sons school are doing a bake sale today at lunch time in aid of Children in Need, which I very nearly forgot about! Thankfully I managed to throw together some ingredients together to whip something up. Thank goodness for the marvellous queen of cakes Mary Berry, and her Lemon Drizzle Tray Bake.
I am usually the organised one. I already have my 2019 diary filled in with school holidays, summer holiday, birthdays, anniversaries and the next dental appointments. How this slipped passed the radar is beyond me. Regardless I had
I had forgotten how much I love a simple recipe, especially one involving chocolate. Although since becoming dairy free I have, for unknown reasons, not tried many sweet recipes. Mainly because avocado chocolate mousse just doesn’t really float my boat! Anyway, it took a little trial and error to get the right set on it, but got there in the end, so here is my dairy free rocky road recipe with a twist.
Traditionally rocky road has glace cherries in, which I detest, so I swapped them out for dried cranberries
The next week is another busy one, with the end of term, Good Friday, a trip to Brixham and of course Easter Sunday! So meal planning has had to be as simple as possible this coming week. I have been scouring the t’internet for easy peasy recipes that are one pot or only take minimal effort. We have planned in a takeway for next Saturday so I don’t have to cook after we get back from Brixham, but I found a recipe I want to give a go at some
Cannot believe we are half way through March already. And just when I was getting used to it feeling like spring the threat of snow is back. Which I will be honest is quite a bit more than little crap! I am positive I have said it several times already, but I am ready for sunny, coat free days, sunnies, picnics and more flowers than you can shake a stick out. Anyway back to business and this weeks meal plan.
This last week have really enjoyed changing things up a bit
It is that time of the week again! Our meal plan was actually done last night as we are heading to Ikea tomorrow in the hope of finally organising the boys Lego collection! So the weekly shop was done solo today ready for next week’s dinners.
The next week is a busy one for us, with a bit of life coaching going on for me and Ells has piano. And to be honest I wanted a bit of a gentle week food wise, nothing too faffy or rich! So here is
This weekend was a bit of a bust as we had planned to head on over to Wales to see our yummiest of friends, however the snow and storm Emma put a stop to that! So we ended up bunkered in, and rearraged the living room instead. Obviously Phil loved doing that haha. And so to the coming weeks meal plan for you.
If you haven’t already noticed we try to keep things varied especially with the carbs. We have been guilty of getting in a bit of a rut as
When it is cold outside and I have a full schedule the slow cooker is pretty much my BFF because the last thing I am going to want to do is stand over a hot cokker all evening. One meal I know will fill my lot up and keep them warm is a good chilli con carne. It is cheap as chips, will go with jackets, rice, soft tacos, chips, pretty much anything! I don’t use a jar of sauce for this as I find making it from scratch pretty