I decided to have a go at modifying the basic ice cream recipe to make is kinder on the hips and it turned out lovely! 3 egg yolks 1⁄2 cup castor sugar 200ml Extra light cream 350ml Skim milk pinch salt 100g chocolate bits Green food colouring Peppermint essence to taste ( I used about 2 small capfuls) Beat the egg yolk and sugar together until fluffy. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Pour into the freezer canister and allow to … Read More
Fancy up your roast veges tonight and really lightly coat them in some extra virgin olive oil, handful of brown sugar and some dried herbs ♥ I’m serving this with some marinated chicken lovely legs mmmm… smells delicious and we are all getting hungry with the smells coming from the kitchen..
After cutting my finger last night on my new ceramic knife I decided to put something quick and easy together for dinner and made this Chicken & Bacon Meatloaf. Line a loaf pan with rashers of bacon so that you can overlap them over the chicken mince filling. The bacon flavours the chicken beautifully so I don’t add any other flavours to the mince besides some chopped spring onions, cracked pepper and sea salt and an egg to bind together. … Read More
Delicious and creamy home made ice-cream ♥ Chocolate chip ice-cream… 3 egg yolks1⁄2 cup castor sugar200ml cream350ml milkpinch salt100g chocolate bits (I used Mini Specked Easter Eggs) Beat the egg yolk and sugar together until fluffy. Stirin the remaining ingredients. Pour into the freezer canister and allow to churn and freeze. Note: Any variation of chocolate bar finelychopped can be used i.e. Cherry Ripe, MarsBar, Violet Crumble or Peppermint Crisp. If you don’t have an icecream maker…. Take your ice … Read More
Chloe made me the most delicious Easter Sunday Breakfast this morning!! Yummy!! Grease an oven proof dish with some cooking spray. Add some cooked diced bacon, mushrooms and sliced onions. Sprinkle with some grated cheese and then crack 2 eggs over the top. Top with some more grated cheese and pop into a preheated 180 degree oven until the eggs are set. Season with sea salt and pepper and serve with toast…. DIG IN! This was just delicious!
My daughter has been helping me with cake decorating for years, this week she went to her very first Cake Decorating Class and these are the cupcakes she decorated!
I haven’t made this cheesecake in a long time and as usual I have guestimated the exact measurements but should be pretty close. It’s basically a mix of Caramel and Chocolate sauce swirled through your cheesecake mix with chopped Mars Bars…. Make the Base Throw 250g plain Chocolate Biscuits into the food processor and process until fine. Add 125g melted Butter and combine. Press the biscuit mix into a 20cm springform tin lined with baking paper. Pop into the fridge … Read More
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