If you stay at my house overnight, I’ll either serve you up a full English breakfast when you wake up, a seriously over-the-top pancake recipe or if I really like you, I’ll make you some overnight oats. No one has ever actually stayed at my house before – except My Official Treat Taster, but he sort of lives here, so I’m not sure if that counts – but if you were to stay here, I’d definitely make you overnight oats. Because you’re reading my blog and therefore I love you.
Today I’m taking a break from the usual easy recipes and useful cooking tips to tell you all about Debbie Adler and her new cookbook. Debbie is the chef and owner of Sweet Debbie’s Organic Cupcakes which serves delicious baked treats to celebrities, Hollywood studios, big food companies and those in search of delectable sweet desserts all across the USA.
Get ready – ’cause things are about to get messy. Forget all the other burger recipes you’ve ever come across and get ready to embrace the juiciest, cheesiest, crispiest, most delicious beef burger you’ve ever had in your entire life ever ever everrr! Summer might have come and gone, but between June and September I went absolutely burger crazy, so I’ve still got a handful of burger grill recipes which I need to share with you guys before the dark nights start drawing in.
Earlier this week I posted a recipe for homemade vanilla vodka, pushing the idea that you could use it as a handmade Christmas gift, so you guys probably expected me to be sharing a Valentine’s Day recipe today right? Thankfully, I’ve back-tracked a bit and have got a delicious fall-inspired scone recipe for you guys, instead. Or sweet biscuit recipe, depending on which side of the pond you’re on.
There’s no time quite like the present to get started on homemade Christmas gifts! Too early for Christmas jokes? Yeah, I thought so. Now please bear with me – I’m not going to start posting Christmas recipes in the second week of September unless it’s absolutely necessary. And since this recipe needs at least six weeks for the flavours to infuse, I figured now was a good time to post it, to give you guys plenty of time to get the ingredients and make up your own batches for Christmas cocktail recipes!
Today is Monday, which usually means a meatless meal in our house. And no matter how many sad faces My Official Treat Taster pulls, I’m sure for one night of the week he can go without a great big hunk of meat. Sometimes, I go half way and meet him in the middle by preparing a fish dish like these Mexican Tilapia Bowls. Bursting with flavour and loads of nutritious veggies, they taste so good that he doesn’t even miss the meat….I wish!
Looking for cocktail recipes that perfectly harmonise with the whole summer turning into fall/autumn thing that’s going on right now? Then you’ve come to the right place! Instead of red wine like a normal sangria, this one is made with rosé wine and a selection of fruits which are in their prime at this time of year…or so I think. I’m not really that clued up when it comes to seasonal produce.
I know. We’re into the first week of September and I’m publishing a homemade ice cream recipe. But you’ve got to understand, whilst the leaves are turning brown and you’re ready to take you’re little one to school, I’m currently suffering through the hottest month of the year when my desk fan becomes next to useless no matter how high I turn it up. Homemade ice cream recipes to the rescue!
Looking for a delicious and filling meal that you can have on the table in 30 minutes and doesn’t involve turning your house into a giant sauna by turning on the oven? Then you’ve come to the right place. This lasagne recipe might be a bit different from what you’re used to, but the results are just as (if not more!) fantastic making it this way as they are following a traditional recipe for lasagne.