Hey Guys! I hope quarantine life isn’t treating you too harshly and you’ve found a routine to help you cope. Like many of you the internet & “more free time” has gotten me into more baking experiments. Even if i already spend most of my time in the kitchen it’s helped with keeping busy in the new normal routine. Whichever way you pronounce them scones will always be a great option for 4 o’clock tea.
Super easy to make and perfect for the cold season
Hey guys hope you’re keeping well this quarantine season!
This Butternut carrot & ginger soup is a smooth aromatic soup that just makes everything better. Loaded with vitamin A, K,C & E it’s a great number to keep that immunity up and convert any non soup lovers. Cooked with cumin, ginger, butternut squash, carrot, onion & garlic, it only takes 25 minutes to make.
Deliciously sweet, easy to make, moist chocolate chip banana bread recipe.
Monday is here and you’ve bought your weekly bunch of bananas for smoothies or general consumption. A few days later life happens and those bananas are no longer vibrant yellow but rather brown, spotty or black. Well guys you know what they say (The darker the berry….the sweeter the juice) So before you chuck them out this chocolate chip banana bread recipe is here to the rescue. Deliciously sweet, easy to make, moist and oozing with chocolate.
Butternut Squash Bread is the cake of choice this festive season.
Moist, perfectly spiced and perfect for 4 O’clock tea. It all starts with roasting a whole butternut Squash in the oven, which is then turned into pumpkin pie purée. Then it’s as simple as adding the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. Giving it a good mix and dunking it into the oven. Honestly the hardest part is waiting for the cake to cool down before glazing with icing.
A labour of love that’s truly worth it.
A good lasagna bolognese makes the soul, heart and family happy. A slow cooked rich meat sauce, creamy bechamel lots of cheese and freshly made pasta (even if you use store bought it’s practically still authentic). Great for feeding a family and freezes well for make ahead meals.
Vanilla Creme Brûlée is one of those desserts i’d rather not have to share.
One of the most elegant desserts of all time. Breaking through its sweet caramel sugar crust to the creamy custard centre is just pure bliss. The custard can be made three days in advance and you don’t need a fancy blow torch for the sugar crust.