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BANANA LOAF

INGREDIENTS400g bread flour2 bananas40g sugar1tsp cinnamon30g oats7g fast action yeast100ml warm waterMETHOD1. Preheat the oven to 180oc2. In a bowl, mash the bananas with the cinnamon, sugar, oats and sugar then ad the flour.3. Make a well in the flour then add the water and bring together (depending on the size and ripeness of your bananasContinue reading “BANANA LOAF”

OH MY TASTEBUDS

Our Month Cooking Vegetarian Fun fact; did you know it’s called a Buddha bowl because of the shape of the serving bowl? It’s usually served in a big round bowl like a belly… you’re welcome.Remember January? The month that felt like it was super long and you had to make the £££ stretch for theContinue reading “OH MY TASTEBUDS”

SOME LIKE IT HOT

Chilli sauce I absolutely love food with a bit of heat, have done since I can remember. I’m not your standard McDonald’s breakfast kind of girl, I tend to crave a spicy curry when I’m hungover!  When we first got together JB ate zero spice… by process of gentle coaxing and downright forcing the issueContinue reading “SOME LIKE IT HOT”

PERFECT YOUR SQUASH

Roasted butternut squash I got asked by a few of you lovely lot how to roast the perfect squash so decided to share my methods 🙂 This is the way I always do mine to get a little crispy edge but soft squash every time!All you need is:SquashKnifeRoasting dishSpray oil1. Preheat your oven to 180oc.Continue reading “PERFECT YOUR SQUASH”

TASTY & SPEEDY

Teriyaki Style Marinade Sometimes all you really need to tszuj (jujj – had to google that one) up one of your go to classic dishes is a new marinade. I love a teriyaki sauce but am not really a fan of those that are too sweet. It’s got to be about balance right? It can beContinue reading “TASTY & SPEEDY”

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One of my favourite things about becoming a mother is getting to introduce Gabriella to flavours and textures. I have always fully believed that it’s best to introduce children to a wide variety of flavours as early as possible and for me this definitely includes spice. Gabriella’s first meal was a spiced lentil, chickpea and potato dahl, at 18 months old it is still a firm family favourite. I like to throw on some chickpeas, tomato and red onion to add texture.

ABOUT ME

Hello, I’m Bea. I started blogging in 2016 to share my love of food and travel with you guys. I’ve picked up a husband and little girl along the way.

When I’m not teaching I spend most of my time with my family and friends but this blog is for my love of food and sharing my favorites with you!

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Meal Prep Ideas

I am a serial grazer, the only way I’ve found to stop that is by prepping. Swipe across for more ideas or check out some of the past posts.

Seasonal Eats

My habits change with the seasons…

Or should I say weather being that I live in England and have already seen three of the four seasons this morning alone.

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I CONFESS…

Cheat’s Puttanesca Sometimes, cheating isn’t so bad. This sauce is the perfect example of that. I first tried spaghetti puttanesca when I was around 14 in a local family run Italian restaurant and absolutely hated it! I didn’t like the olives, the bittiness (is that even a real word?) and the lack of sloppy sauciness…Continue reading “I CONFESS…”

FILL HER UP

5 Ingredient Pancakes Is it acceptable to have pancakes for breakfast 3 days running… Hell Yeah! Guys, I am OBSESSED with this current recipe. I love pancakes anyway but these super fluffy American style ones have legitimately changed the breakfast food game in our house. I’ve been reading a lot about fibre and how we aren’tContinue reading “FILL HER UP”