These sweet potato boats are vibrant and full of flavour and are a heathy option instead of using normal potatoes. It gives the boats extra sweetness and really balances out all the other ingredients.
These Chinese style sticky chicken wings live up to their name! They are so incredibly sticky and full of flavour that you’ll want to keep eating more of them and licking those fingers! They are so easy to make and are great as a starter or a side dish with lots of other yummy food.
This Chicken Chasseur is a very comforting, flavoursome dish that only takes 10 minutes to prepare and then slowly cooks away, filling your home with the most wonderful aromas! It is super easy to make and is a great recipe for busy families that want tasty dinners but with minimal effort. Give it a go!
This meatball goulash bread bowl is a real autumn treat and is very comforting when it comes to this time of year. It’s made extra special by being served in a bread bowl which is AMAZING FUN to get stuck in, mopping up the sauce as you go. The recipe is full of flavour, warmth and the colours of autumn!
Added to that it’s ridiculously easy to cook so you’ll want to keep making this goulash time and time again!
Fancy spicing up your lunchtimes? This spicy chicken and chickpea omelette wrap will do just that! It’s incredibly easy and quick to make, being ready in under 15 minutes, and is literally bursting with flavour.
This white chocolate, strawberry and prosecco cake is a real show stopper for any occasion and tastes absolutely divine! This cake is extremely fluffy and light whilst having a great texture with the crunch of the white chocolate fingers and tangy freshness of the strawberries. You will have to eat it with a fork though, unless you like getting messy!
I’ve always said how amazing it would be to go to Spain for a real paella and that wish came true this year when Dean got me a 4 day trip to Valencia (which is where paella originated) for my birthday. It was a real surprise and a lovely one too!
August is always a busy month for Dean and I, it’s our anniversary at the start of the month and my birthday towards the end. This year it was even more chaotic than normal with friends celebrating their birthdays or getting married. It has been a great month though so I thought I’d share some of the highlights (including lots of food!) with you.