Watch the video. This is just like a bread and butter pudding but with Jaffa Cakes. It's amazing. This makes one.
So I was hungry. This happened. I used home made vanilla ice cream, but you could use bought stuff. Enjoy.
Pop everything in a blender and blend!
It's that easy.
Omelettes seem to frighten people. I don't really know why. This recipe works for me and you can basically add anything to it. Today I added ham and cheese. Trick (as I mention in the video) is to use strong cheese and nice ham (ideally). Also season well. Pepper is your friend.
So this is a new take on the classic barking baking cookies. It's lovely. I accidentally bought peanut M and Ms but actually it tastes fab anyway so well worth a go. Dig in.
I was busy watching some videos the other day and came across one by Gemma Stafford. She was doing something similar to this and it works brilliantly. Enjoy!
I think this is my new favourite one. It's super simple and delicious. Give it a go. Great for late night reading sessions!
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.
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.
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.
How gorgeous does this look!? Not going to lie it's more banana than blueberry. Very good. Do it.
It's almost too good to be true...but it isn't. It's healthy, fun, easy and actually tastes like ice cream. It's best when you make it and then eat it straight away otherwise it can go a bit brown. Enjoy!
This recipe is based on one from BBC Good Food and is a rather lovely little lunch. The recipe below does one fairly hungry person. It is fabulously healthy and very easy. Give it a go.
Rav made this the other day. It was superb! We had both never really had much contact with cauliflower but I can report it was fab! This recipe is from BBC Good Food, with the (inevitable) addition of some of Rav's chilli powder #SpiceGod.
Sophisticated and delicious. Niiicceeeee.
Key thing you will take from this is it's green!!! Woooaaaahhh. Euuuurrrgggghh. Never eat anything green.....WRONG. This is lovely. It is healthy and a bit different. Make sure you are generous when you season it.
Love a good pancake. This is super easy and works like a dream. Check out the video for a full walk through. Makes two. This is runnier than the other pancake recipe and so you can make more crepe-like pancakes. Not really sure what the difference between crepes and pancakes are; think crepes are basically a bit thinner. This is really easy and perfect for the end of term when you have no proper food left #student.
This is so easy it hardly deserves a recipe. However, glorious gems like this are easily forgotten and this makes for a lovely little supper/lunch. Plus Ravi and Chloe were happy with me because it is vegetarian! If you want to go a bit up-market (and meaty), there is a recipe for that too HERE.
Xiang and I have been saying for ages how we must cook something together but somehow it never quite happened! We finally got round to doing it on Saturday. Venus, Elena, Xiang and I all had a superb evening making this lot. Xiang brought some duck which, by chance, had a sauce that went splendidly with the spring rolls. It really was a fantastic evening.
I thought that we would be left very hungry but I was so wrong. We ate like kings! Venus also cooked a delicious cabbage thing which was basically cabbage fried in ginger and garlic with a little water. Very nice.
For pudding we had some "custard buns" - they are like sweet bread filled with custard. You can get them from the Chinese store opposite the bus station (in Durham); this is where we got the pastry from.
I was hungry and had no idea what to make. This is what happened. It was actually very nice. Vegetarian! Wooop! Easy.
Yah I know. How divine does this sound!? It's amazing! You don't need an ice cream maker so there is no excuse! This is creamy and has proper ice cream texture. Do it.
The chocolate stuff it is resting on is the chocolate ganache I made for my super easy chocolate tart. The two go great together.
There is nothing like a good baked potato on a cold day. It can really hit the spot in a way a sandwich just can't. Very easy to do, so give it a go!
This is one that can be done about 3 days in advance. If you are having a dinner party why not cut some toast into rounds using cookie cutters, pop a slab of goat's cheese on, grill it briefly and then lop the salad on top - this works very well as a smart little starter. Equally, you can have it for lunch.
This was originally by Claire Macdonald. Her recipes tend to be pretty fab so worth a go.
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