Are these lazy porridge pancakes the new way to eat your porridge? I’m not certain how new this concept is. I vividly remember the pot of porridge and water going on the (cold) hob overnight to soak before the next morning from my childhood. If you’re not a big fan of eating wet porridge in the mornings but still want to get some oats into you then this is another option. Continue reading
For food that kids can eat in their hands, that’s great for parties and dips and for simplicity you can’t beat homemade chicken nuggets. Continue reading
This tinned spaghetti recipe hasn’t actually seen the inside of a tin (well apart from the tinned tomatoes I used to make it). Instead it’s a fake version to hide the good stuff. Junk food this is not. Continue reading
This is the seventh blogpost of the Irish Parenting Bloggers’ #BlogMarch across 10 blogs over 10 days. The aim of the BlogMarch is to protest against the proposed Child Benefit cuts in Ireland. We all have varying opinions and beliefs as to what should happen but we are united in our belief that Child Benefit shouldn’t be radically cut.
There will be plenty of my family’s traditional food for Halloween over the next few weeks. This is a new, no-bake, and sure to be a firm favourite.
This confection is based around the theme of something savoury that’s sweet. Meat the meatballs and spaghetti cake.
Sometimes dinnertime with picky eaters is far easier when you’re having fun. This is a chicken pie disguised as savoury cupcakes.
I have much to be grateful for, and have had a very exciting week. It’s time to celebrate with some cookies that you can cut and will keep their shape in the oven when baking.
This cake looks like it was lifted straight from Willy Wonka’s factory, however it is incredibly easy to make. You don’t need to be an experienced baker, all you need is patience.