While these are the grocery shopping tips for the week beginning Monday 30 March, don’t forget that I also have an Easter Egg roundup from last week. I’ve picked out the best of the deals on offer in shops nationwide. I’m not long back from Tesco and the eggs were selling fast. If you’re interested to see what’s on offer, just click on the image below to be brought to my selection:
My shopping tips this week are: Continue reading Shopping Tips – 30 March 2015
I’ve done the research on this recipe and have a Slimming World, Weight Watchers, and calorie count so that if you decide to make this vegetarian bean chilli with rice you’ll know exactly what you’re dealing with.
You will want to allow 100g of cooked white rice per person to add to the meal; this is included in the meal value calculations. The chilli will keep in a sealed box in the fridge for about 3 days, or freezes for up to 3 months if well insulated. Calories Per Serving: 132
Weight Watchers Pro Points Per Serving: 4
Slimming World Information: Syn-Free
Continue reading Vegetarian Bean Chilli With Rice – Recipe
With the school holidays starting tomorrow I suppose I’d better face up to the fact that Easter is about 10 days away or so. I won’t be buying loads of chocolate eggs, but there are a few to be picked up. The last thing I want to do is spend a fortune on a lovely box of cardboard with some chocolate inside. Here is my pick of the good value, and good tasting chocolate eggs in Irish supermarkets (in alphabetical order):
Continue reading Shopping Tips – Easter Egg Special
I know I mentioned last week that I’d do an Easter egg roundup. I’m going to pop it on the blog tomorrow as otherwise it’d make the shopping tips this week far too long, so keep an eye out for it.
In the meantime, here are the shopping tips for the Irish supermarkets for this week! Continue reading Shopping Tips – 23 March 2015
What is curd? Sweet curd is made with 4 main ingredients. 3 of which are always butter, sugar, and eggs. The 4th ingredient is normally a tart or citrus flavour. Once made properly it sets to a dropping consistency. This is because both the butter and the egg yolks play a part in the setting process.
You’ve probably heard of lemon curd. It is extremely easy to make – in fact, if you want to see me make it, plus get the recipe you can head on over to my lemon curd recipe by clicking the image below. Continue reading Raspberry Curd