Easy overnight breakfast oats using gluten-free oats

Breakfast is a really important meal for kids, and sending them to school or out for the day fueled up by this overnight breakgast oats recipe means I know they have full tummies and they have had soemthing that will help them start the day well. It’s an easy recipe. No cooking, heating, baking or […]

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Shaken Udder Black Forest Freakshake

We are big fans of Shaken Udder and this Shaken Udder Black Forest Freakshake by Matilda Bourne is a rather delicious and spectacular way to enjoy them. It’s a great way to enjoy a treat or as a dessert and you won’t want to share it with anyone… Serves: 2 Time: 30 minutes Ingredients: – […]

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Meal Plan Monday – back to lunch boxes we go

Meal Plan Monday is a bit different this week because it’s back to lunch boxes we go, for school. Something I thought we would never have to do again. Homeschooling one child means we usually eat lunch at home, and the occasional lunch out or take lunch with us, but I don’t have to plan […]

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Crispy feta with chilli marmalade recipe

This crispy feta with chilli marmalade recipe might be ideal if you are looking for something easy but different for a snack or a meal. It’s a delicious combination of sharp, salty, and creamy feta with sweet, tangy, spicy chili marmalade. I serve this with oatcakes and it takes about 15 minutes to prep and […]

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Easy & delicious Gluten-free cinnamon chips

This recipe for Gluten-free cinnamon chips is easy, and they are really delicious and moreish. They are great for lunchboxes, as a snack when you want something sweet and if you love Cinnamon Grahams then you will like these too. I am a fan of a certain American brand of cinnamon flavoured breakfast cereal, but […]

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Fuss Free, delicious curry from Spice Pots

*This is a review post, with Spice Pots who kindly sent us some of their products to try* Curry is one of our favourite meal “types” in our home. The children love a milder but tastier curry, I love any kind that resonates taste and spice and the husband loves something with a little heat […]

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Easy homemade Homemade borscht recipe

Borscht, just the word sounds good to me, and the classic soup made of beetroot is world-famous. There are many ways to make it and it traditionally an Eastern European soup, and there are lots of different recipes out there. I happen to have children who whilst they are not keen on beetroot in it’s […]

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Meal Plan Monday – eating well, and losing some weight

Meal Plan Monday. Looking at my week, and making sure the cries of “I’m hungry” don’t happen too often, but we all know that children are always hungry aren’t they? Feeding my food allergy and food choices family with a mix of cooking from scratch and sometimes throwing a ready-made meal their way. We shop […]

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Italian coffee saves the day – easy Affogato recipe

 *this is a sponsored post about Italian Coffee. All opinions are my own* It’s no secret that I am a bit of a coffee lover, and a bit of a coffee snob. I will refuse to drink most instant granulated coffees unless there really is no other option, or I am desperate, and LSH lovingly […]

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Meal Plan Monday – Eating out or eating in?

Eating out used to be something we took for granted and enjoyed. Popping to a cafe or the pop-up food market near me at work, going for lunch with friends, dinner with the husband, meals out at the weekend, Sunday lunch in a pub. All things we enjoyed and didn’t really imagine not being able […]

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