I love butter, it’s had a tough old time over the years, received an awful lot of bad press, all completely wrong of course, we now know it is super good for us, packed full of essential vitamins and nutrients. A little discussion regarding butter within the Irish Parenting Bloggers group yesterday prompted me to pen… Continue reading An Ode to Butter
These muffins are a very good, nourishing, filling start to the day and a perfect addition to my #betterbreakfasts menu. I’d love to tell you that all five of my children loved these, however, I’d be lying 🙁 They did eat them, but quite reluctantly I felt. They all said they were ok, yes they’d… Continue reading Breakfast Muffins
Last week lovely Emily over at The Nest made the biggest, most inviting Victoria Sponge. I’ve been hankering after one ever since. I showed it to Mr. Simply Homemade, he wants it too. It’s been so long since I made the classic sponge. My Mam used to make them all the time, if I remember… Continue reading Victoria Sponge for Easter…..or Anytime!!
As I mentioned previously the Irish Parenting Blog Awards are happening on the 25th April. One of my favourite brands, Glenisk are the headline sponsor of the awards. To celebrate their sponsorship of the awards they are running a great competition for bloggers. I did submit this entry already, which was a delicious treat I made… Continue reading Glenisk Chicken Curry
Ireland’s national day is fast approaching, St. Patrick’s Day. Parade’s will happen all over the country and traditional meals will be eaten…..probably! I’m not sure if it was just our house and my Nana’s, but when I was growing up, St. Patrick’s Day dinner was always Bacon & Cabbage, always. It’s not a dinner I’m… Continue reading Bacon & Cabbage……with a twist!