This raspberry surprise cake is straightforward to make and deliciously moist, light and berry-filled. It is a take on a blueberry ricotta cake and the surprise is you substitute the ricotta for cottage cheese, which makes it high in protein too. You can substitute the raspberries for blueberries or other seasonal berries, but my husband loves raspberries so they have our hearts here.
Allergy Friendly Baking – Cooking with Kids is a paid post with The Modern Milkman who provide fresh product delivery. I adore baking with children. It was one of the things I really loved doing with my boys when they were younger and it has really paid off as now they are teenagers and they do it off their own accord and I get to taste their delicious offerings.
We are always curious about baked goods, so learning facts about them is always interesting. Most of us love baked goods, but do we know where or how they are made? Baked goods are products of a complex process that includes combining ingredients, mixing, kneading, shaping, and baking. Every stage of the baking process is important and requires skill and knowledge to achieve the desired results. Various baked goods are perfect for satisfying our sweet tooth, including brownies, cakes, cookies, and blondies. Blondie cakes are one of the things that we are discussing today! Let’s check out how blondie cakes are made.
I like to think I am something of a pizza aficionado and my ultimate homemade pizza sauce recipe has been perfected for over 29 years and is family approved. Pizza was one of the first meals I made for my then-future husband when we were dating and since then I have made pizza from scratch pretty much every week.
These Christmas Reindeer Rice Krispie Treats are fun, festive, and so simple to make! Reindeer treats make a fun food gift or holiday project for kids and if you like these, then why not try out Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treats? You can make all of your reindeer Rudolph like we have with his red nose or you can have a herd and only one special red-nosed reindeer!
I am a big airfryer fan. We have had one since 2011 (make sure you check out our chips) and my mum had an actifry before that. It has really revolutionised the way we cook and we have recently upgraded our air fryer to a double one. Not only are they a more cost-effective way of cooking, but they are also speedy, use less fats and the boys love cooking with them. Maxi makes some sort of chicken in the air fryer for lunch when he is at home most days. So I wanted to share our favorite air fryer recipes. Also, it is if you want to prolong the life […]
If you’re looking to prepare something that’s healthy, delicious, yet fulfilling then you should definitely make oatmeal. This is for sure one of the simplest and most effective ways to start your day. Besides being very delicious and easy to make, oats are also loaded with plant-based protein and fibre and are going to keep you full throughout the day. Now, there are a lot of people who are not too fond of it, because to them they seem like they are too gooey.
This recipe is for simply chewy flapjacks, you know the type – all moist and yummy. Flapjacks have always been a big favourite here in The Mad House with all the family and we have been making different types for years. It might only have 5 ingredients and that includes the chocolate that tops them, the secret is all about how you handle them and I am willing to share that secret with you, so keep on reading!
Pulled Pork Leftover Recipes and Instant Pot Perfect Pulled Pork is a paid collaborative post with BritMums and Love Pork as part of their Perfect Pulled Pork campaign. Make sure you are signed up to the Love Pork mailing list for more recipe inspiration, competitions and cooking tips. Sign up now! https://bit.ly/3hdHhjv Pulled pork is a really versatile meal and one that always goes down well in my house with hungry boys. It is one of those meals that the leftovers can be better than the first meal as the flavour deepens. Of course the secret is to have delicious pulled pork to start with
How to get kids helping in the kitchen is a paid collaborative post with Very. Getting my children cooking and helping in the kitchen has always been a key priority for me as a parent. I want to give them the tools so they can eat well and also be proficient in the kitchen. Also, who doesn’t want their teens to cook them an evening meal?!
Once a week we sit down as a family and talk about what we loved about that week’s menu and what we want the following week. It has started to become a real family affair as both the boys are now preparing and cooking at least one meal a week. I am a sucker when it comes to stationery, so I have gathered together some fabulous free meal planning printables to share with you.
Do you like quinoa? Do you even know what it is? I am going to admit we are late to the quinoa party. It is a 50/50 split of love it and tolerate it here, but this delicious quinoa, apple and cinnamon cake is loved by the whole family and a great autumn recipe and a fab way of introducing quinoa to kids.
I look cooking with my boys. When they were small I was determined that I would provide them with life skills and cooking was one that was key. I grew up cooking by my Mum’s side and I wanted the same for the boys. This Rhubarb Brulee Cheesecake is a twist on a classic New York cheese cake is a real crowd pleaser.