Quick and easy sausage casserole for cold nights, make sure you make extra for warm lunchtime flask filler.
My brain is thoroughly stretched at the beginning of term by form filling and the new extra curricular timetable. Never mind thinking of an interesting, variable and healthy selection for the lunch box. Then he tells me he needs a snack as well. And the snack should be nut free. And healthy. Ok. I…
These very lazy sugar free snacks are great for children’s lunchboxes and after school snacks too.
Try this easy chicken dhansak this National Curry Week, thrifty, comforting and straightforward what more could you want for a late autumn evening.
These oaty bites keep me going at 3pm as well as the kids and are a handy lunchbox addition too.
I have an unhealthy cookery book obsession and my latest discovery is The Extra Virgin Kitchen by Susan-Jane White. I must have clocked the title of these cookies on my initial flick through and when last Friday, actually at 6am, I realised I was not as organised as I had envisaged, I had a light…
This new series will explore simple recipes that can be developed as the base for a number of tasty meals. They easily be put together in a basic kitchen. Ingredients are cheap and readily available in all supermarkets.
So get your teens and tweens cooking and help pass on the food legacy.
Part 2 – Goats Cheese Arancini Balls & Beetroot Purée. It’s nearly the end if the week and I need a bit of comforting luxury. Crunch and ooze. Arancini balls have it all.
Part 1 – The Brownie
Fall back in love with the versatile and healthy potato. Yes! Healthy!
How I have tried to develop a workable meal plan that averts PMT symptoms and for the most part feeds the family as well.
Beat the Monday blues with a quick cous cous tabblouleh and leftover salmon. Heathy meal for the whole family.