It’s been a while since I last got the chance to blog- I have been back at work full time (it is a 3 hour round commute on top of working hours), getting to grips with a toddler at nursery, running the house as normal and lets not forget, I started growing another human!
I love the sweetness of butternut squash- this recipe is a bit more work than my normal slow cooker food but it makes up for it in taste- and lets be honest it still only takes ten minutes to prepare!
An easy no bake Malteser cheesecake- a crowd pleaser every time as long as you can resist depleting your Malteser supply in the process.
One of our favourite meals is Thai Green curry- it can be packed with veg, is warm and filling on a cold day and so easy to throw together. I’ll be honest this is totally a cheats recipe, I’m not about to stand for hours mixing spices after a long day in the office and down the farm but it tastes just as good!
I made these gooey sticky salted caramel brownies for a New Years eve party and they went down a treat- the girls sneaked a taste in the kitchen and didn’t want to put them out for everyone to eat! Safe to say, they are scrummy!
An easy cake loaf that is as sticky sweet and delicious in every slice! No fanciness just good old-fashioned golden soup sponge! Yummy for those cold winter days, of course accompanied by a brew.
I have given most the details on the big day including lots of detail on many of the things I made. This final post covers the finishing touches from the table plan and table decorations to the gifts.
One of the things I have been trying to do is cut down on meat. For no reason other than to get eating more veg and try out new recipes. This is a recipe I found and adapted so I could make it in the slow cooker! It can be made using just a few ingredients, many of which are often lying in your around in your cupboards and freezer so is great as something to throw together when the fridge is looking a bit bare!
Pampers recently launched a new premium protection nappy claiming to have the softest comfort and unbeatable skin protection- it’s even backed by the British Skin Foundation- so what’s all the fuss about?