So it’s been three weeks since I gave birth to my son Theo and this is my first thrown together recipe. During the last trimester of my pregnancy I found it difficult to post regularly, whilst managing my three year old son (and my own brain fog) and in these early days I am still finding my feet and figuring out this new little person who has entered our lives. This recipe was thrown together, like many of my dinners, with whatever we had lying in the bottom of the fridge. It is tasty and full of goodness for young people, old people and breast feeding mamas like myselfRead More
This recipe is definitely not fancy, but it’s easy and tasty and my son ate the whole thing without walking away to play with toys or attempting to bargain with us to have something else.
So I’m calling it a win as I was happy and he was happy.
As I said, this wasn’t the prettiest Risoni anyone’s ever seen and I photographed it in terrible lighting, as fast as I could before giving it to Iggy, but it’s still delicious I swear!
Look, I made this when I was pregnant, exhausted and desperately unwell with Bronchitis. My husband had just returned from 5 days away, it was late, we were all tired and hungry so I literally threw all these ingredients in a large saucepan, crossed my fingers and prayed it didn’t suck.Read More
We have our lovely nieces staying with us and they wanted me to show them some quick and easy plant based (vegan) recipes that they might be able to take home with them to the farm.I chose flat bread for this as a packet of flat bread contains enough for up to 5 pizzas, is relatively cost effective and is a quick and easy pizza base for kids to use rather than making or buying their own.Read More