Isn’t the weather utterly miserable?? It just cries fire and comfort food, so that’s what we had this evening. Rhubarb is excellent value at the moment, particularly in the supermarket where ‘every little helps’ this week, it’s 49c a bunch and it’s Irish….win win! I had been planning to make these lovely rhubarb cakes with it but… Continue reading Comforting Crumble
The supermarkets are awash with pumpkins as Halloween is fast approaching. Believe it or not, I have never cooked a pumpkin, we’ve carved many and had them sit upon our doorstep, but I’ve never cooked anything with one, so I have decided to rectify this. I couldn’t decided on something sweet or savoury to start… Continue reading The Pumpkin Virgin!
We try and provide the children with healthy snacks, with yoghurt being among the favoured choices. Not all yoghurts are as healthy as we would like to believe so check your labels and be aware of what you’re buying. One brand that has come to the market, that is a good healthy yoghurt, is The… Continue reading Suckies Yoghurt Pouches for Kids
It was a beautiful afternoon today so instead of tackling the basket of ironing that had been looking at me, instead I strapped Abbie & Harry into their buggy, gathered up Caoimhe & Jack and went blackberry picking. They all thoroughly enjoyed the hour out in the fresh air, Caoimhe & Jack of course competing to… Continue reading Blackberry Cupcakes
Following the success of my Lovely Little Lemon Cakes, I decided to experiment again and try another flavour. Here we have delicious Apple Cakes Ingredients – Makes 12 2 Apples, peeled & cut into bite size pieces 1 Tablespoon Brown Sugar 3 Cloves 2 Egg Whites, beaten until stiff 125g Softened Butter 125g Caster Sugar… Continue reading Apple Cakes