Coming up with fresh ideas for what to feed your toddler for dinner every single day can get exhausting. Luckily we have a good list of meals that the girls really enjoy eating and as they’ve been eating my food since they started weaning, they eat pretty much everything they are served without any fuss.
Pancakes are one of my daughters’ absolute meals. The great thing about them is that you can serve them for breakfast, lunch or dinner! I always have the ingredients in the cupboard, so I can cook them last-minute and they can be served with so many different things. My girls like their pancakes served with
Lamb is one of my absolute favourite meats, both for its flavour and the amazing health properties it boasts. When it comes to eating beef or lamb, I love a roast dinner, but red meat goes so beautifully with spice that I had to share an exotic dish for the #MeatMatters Challenge – sponsored by
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chicken-recipes/get-ahead-gravy/ Cooking up a Sunday roast dinner with all the trimmings can appear daunting due to all the timings involved. Roast dinner is without a doubt my favourite meal ever, and I have cooked dozens – including a few big Christmas Day dinners for all of my family. I’m not sure which is my favourite
My baby will turn one next month and I want to give her a “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” birthday party. Because she is the second child it can be tempting to do things a bit less grand than with your first when everything feels like such a huge milestone. My experience with my second has
If you’ve sworn off chocolate, it’s time to fall off of the wagon. These brownies are without a doubt the absolute best I’ve tasted, and I’ve eaten a lot of brownies. I have got a serious sweet tooth and when it comes to brownies, I don’t like them to be mucked around with. I don’t
Is there anything more reminiscent of your primary school years than the classic cornflake cake? These are so simple to make but they’re absolutely delicious! Here’s a very simple recipe that your child will love to help you to make. Makes 12-15 Ingredients 50 g butter 100 g dark chocolate, broken into small pieces 2.5
One of my fondest memories of growing up is how excited I got when my mum was baking. I can remember being excited to lick the spoon once she was done with the mixing bowl. My mum made all of my birthday cakes when I was growing up. She still does in fact. Every year.
I thought I would share a dinner we had last week as it was so out of this world amazing. On paper this should be a winter warmer reserved for the colder months. But something about it just works for summer days too. Maybe it’s the olives giving a little zing of sunshine or the