Hi, my name is Annie!
As a busy working mum I'm always looking for ways to save time (and money) in the kitchen but still produce healthy home-cooked meals. Here you can read about my continuing attempts to make delicious quick - & cheap - meals in no time! (and a few other recipes too...).
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Well, Christmas is finally over, and I hope you had a good day? I love it when Christmas Day finally arrives. A day with the family is always fun, but there’s also the delicious realisation that there is no more … Continue reading
OK – I agree, this picture might not look very exciting at first glance – but I was VERY pleased to get it! You may wonder why a picture of a tray of flapjacks is something to get excited about. … Continue reading
This recipe has got me out of trouble on many an occasion. For instance – the time my parents turned up for tea and I realized as they walked in the door that the children had eaten the cake I’d … Continue reading
Eton mess – the story goes – was first eaten after a meringue pudding was crushed by a yellow labrador whilst on the way to a picnic at Eton sometime in the 19th century. The remains were salvaged and served … Continue reading
Salmon fillet is one of those foods that we all turn to for summer entertaining. Or – particularly when its on offer in the shops, as it is now – for quick suppers at home. This is a really quick, … Continue reading
This is possibly the Easiest Cheesecake in the World. It’s quick enough to make on a weekday night (it takes about 10 – 15 minutes) – and it’s low fat enough for you not to feel guilty about eating it … Continue reading
I hope you had a good Easter? I post this recipe not because its a really rich indulgent Easter treat, but because it’s a really good make-at-the-last-minute-when-there’s-nothing-in-the-house recipe – as I discovered on Easter Sunday. We were supposed to be … Continue reading
If you ever have evenings when you’re in a real hurry and need (or want?) to produce supper in minutes, then this recipe just may be the answer. I first made this meal a couple of weeks ago with smoked … Continue reading