Crunchy honeycomb and pistachios all wrapped in chocolate, with hits of sea salt. One thing I can’t resist is dark chocolate and sea salt… your taste buds are just getting into the sweetness and then a sea salt crystal pops in your mouth. It’s so simple to make: You make the things you can melt […]
The banana bread is easy to make and remember, you pretty much needs 120g of each ingredients and some bananas. It also works well as a packed lunch addition.. you can cut up and freeze the slices so they’re ready each morning.
A great alternative to shop bought snacks. Packed full of oats, sultanas and ginger and they only take 30 minutes to make.
Self-catering ski holidays are great and have loads of advantages. The main negative is you can end up chained to the stove all week. The three meals below take minimum effort and give maximum flavour, they are also just what you need after a day on the slopes. You could eat out all the time, […]
Bananas, oats and sultanas all crammed into one loaf, it’s so full of ingredients, you can almost convince yourself that it’s good for you. It’s perfect for a busy family life. The banana bread is soft, but firm enough, so that it doesn’t fall apart. An added bonus is that my kids love it and […]
Theses charred tender chicken morsels, marinaded in a multitude of spices, are one of the favourite meals in my house.
I love Monday leftover lunches and baked bean and potato pie is hard to beat. Homemade baked beans with mashed up baked potatoes.
It’s been a year since I started making my own bagels and they’ve become a staple in our house. Not just for weekend lunches, but also for packed lunches. They’re so soft you don’t always need to toast them. If you like a bit of a different texture and flavour to your bagel, but don’t […]
Honey and mustard chicken, roasted new potatoes with rosemary and sea salt, green salad and yogurt dressing. This is a simple midweek meal that ticks all the boxes. About 12 years ago (before kids) this was one of my go-to midweek summer dishes. We were living in London and particularly after a long day and […]
Simple tasty homemade cycle snacks – sweet, salty and simple to make. I’m always looking for something new to snack on while riding and my stomach seems to react to most shop bought bars unfortunately. This is a really simple cycling snack, and if you love salty and sweet they’re perfect for you. You just […]