Here is the second instalment of leftovers from the salad jars using both beans and the quinoa and trust me this beans and quinoa casserole is extremely tasty and serves two! (For a change as usually mine only serve one) Read more
Here is the first in the using up leftovers from making the salad jars. I love a good fried rice from the Chinese it’s one of the few meals I will have meat in but the quinoa version I don’t need any meat in at all. It’s always a great way to use up any veggies you have lying around in the fridge. This serves one but just increase it as necessary for more people. Read more
So keeping in line with my health kick (I write this after eating 3 ORANGE yes orange daim bars and 12 jaffa cakes – I binge eat when my mood is low) here is my vegan salad jar. Vegan until I put feta on it when I eat it later, sorry vegans! Read more
I personally love a good garden salad and recently have fallen in love with adding in cooled quinoa which makes it a bit more than just a salad! I say garden salad because nowadays there are so many varieties of salad and this is a bit more than just a few sad leaves on a plate.
I have been enjoying recently my version of a sausage egg mcmuffin the McGlory, which is interesting since that isn’t even something I would pick on the breakfast menu! But after a few tweaks I think it is pretty perfect! But I will let you ultimately decide. Read more
This is one of my favourite soups and it is really easy to make! My whole family loves it including Button and you will see his little soup covered mush at the end of the post. What I like about this root veg soup is once you have done your chopping its a case chuck it in and let it do it’s thing! Read more
Firstly I would like to apologise for this Meatless Monday post being on a Tuesday but I have been really poorly and struggling so I have tried to put myself first (and failed)! But at last here is my post about the food subscription box company Mindful Chef. Read more
Who doesn’t enjoy a tart of some description (ooh er!) but sometimes you just don’t have the energy or time to put in making one from scratch. Not that I know many people who make their own puff pastry! But in a pinch when I can’t be bothered to make my own shortcrust pastry like I do for quiche. I buy puff pastry, chuck some toppings on and stick it in the oven for 15 minutes or so and voila! Quick and easy tea with minimal effort but plenty of taste. Read more