Granola makes for a delicious start to the day. It’s a great way to pack in wholegrains, seeds and nuts for a healthy dose of fibre, protein and good fats. But store-bought granolas can be expensive. And they often pack a pretty hefty sugar and oil punch too. So making your own is a great way to adapt it to your tastes and make it just that little bit better for you.Continue reading
Pancakes are the ultimate family-friendly breakfast. They’re quick to make, everyone loves them, and you can make so many different variations, no-one will ever get sick of them!
So having a good pancake recipe up your sleeve is invaluable. This is mine.
Or “Breakfast Pies” or ” Fruit & Yoghurt Nests” – the kids haven’t quite decided what to call them yet, although they have decided that they absolutely love them!Continue reading
I’ve been using up what was delivered in the veggie box this week, and fritters came to mind. On Tuesday, we had pumpkin, zucchini and haloumi fritters with salad. I’ve made zucchini and haloumi fritters dozens of times before, but I had some leftover roasted pumpkin so I thought I’d add that in too.
The fritters were absolutely delicious! So much so that when I asked my husband what had happened to the leftovers, he sheepishly replied that there weren’t any. He had eaten the entire batch I had left out for him after touch footy!Continue reading