If you are tired of reading, working or just plain sitting, why not take a break and make this truly epic cake in a cup. It's fab. Make sure you use a large cup (sports direct mugs are perfect).
There are so many great words in the title to this post. It's so easy to do and tastes fab. You absolutely must try it. Watch the video below.
This is actually a Nigella recipe and really fab. It's great if you need a quick hit of energy. Give it a go. Make sure you use the vanilla, it's what makes it so good.
Crack the egg into a mug and whisk up. Pour this egg into a tin/bowl big enough for one piece of bread to lie flat in. Now add in the vanilla extract and stir about.
Cut the bread into triangles and lay it flat in the tin.
After a few minutes, when it has soaked up some of the egg, flip the bread and sprinkle sugar over it (about 1 pudding spoon). Whilst you are waiting, pop a frying pan on the heat with a large knob of butter. Gently melt it.
After you have soaked both sides of the bread. Pop the bread in, sugar side up, and let it fry gently.
After a few minutes the bread will begin to brown nicely; turn it over. You'll probably need a spatular and a fork/knife for this. Let it fry. It shouldn't take long.
Whilst it is frying, sprinkle out some sugar on a plate. When the bread is done, take it out (carefully, it'll be hot) and turn it about in the sugar so it's lovely and coated. Do this for both and pop on a plate.
Chuck a hunk of strawberry jam on top and then enjoy
This is a lovely little meal. You don't have to put it with pasta; there are many different ways of serving it. The key thing to learn here is how to cook the salmon a healthy, delicious way. We don't add butter because we're feeling healthy. Check out the video.
I was walking back from rowing this afternoon with Sophie and we got talking about food and cooking. I admitted I had a courgette left over from my escapades with a ratatouille. I didn't know what to do with it. Sophie suggested, among other things, a courgette frittata. It's superb. And I feel sooo healthy.
OK so this is the easiest recipe in the world. We all love brownies but they are a bit of a faff to make. These are absolutely amazing. And they're just flour, chocolate spread and eggs. Do it. If you have more time, you can try our original Oreo Chocolate Brownie recipe here.
When life gives you lemons, make lemon drizzle cake! Kathy and James made one the other day and I thought it was fab so I had a go at my own version. This recipe is based on one from the BBC site but I didn't use 4 eggs as I couldn't see the point. I used two eggs. Check out the video and subscribe to our channel!
I had to do some packing the other day and in a bit to procrastibake I made this... Like a kind of pancake panini cookie thing. Enjoy!
I have absolutely no idea why my face is upside down.
If you want something healthy and delicious this is for you. Peaches are just the most amazing things and probably my favourite fruit. Use a small banana for this (or half a large one) as we don't want to overpower the taste.
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Cut the peach, apple and banana into slices then put onto a plate with some baking paper (this helps stop it sticking to the plate).
Blend in a blender when it's frozen solid. It's quite stubborn so you'll need to keep scraping it down with a fork.
Enjoy. Makes about 2.5 ramekins of ice cream.
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