I must admit I’m a sucker for comfort food at any time of the year. It’s just around winter when it gets dark earlier and you’ve got to cosy up it seems so much more fitting.
Simple Comfort Food is the best in my opinion. No perfect measurements and when you just wack it all together at the end is my idea of an ideal recipe!
I love visiting quaint little cafes for afternoon tea. Not that it’s a major past time for me but it’s definitely something I enjoy doing when I can.
Something I’d never actually tried to do myself before was recreate and afternoon tea setup at home.
Overnight Oats have become part of my weekly breakfast schedule. For so long we have eaten breakfast on and off but as my Mum always told me ‘it’s the most important meal of the day’. Since we’ve started eating better & doing more these are definitely an easy staple. They’re so quick to throw together, taking probably less than 5 minutes, and you can just grab and go when you need them in the morning. I’ve found this flavour by chance when experimenting with different additions to the oats and I love it now!
It’s January and whilst everyone is going to the gym and eating only salads I’m just trying to lose weight and eat more! Make sense?
Well apparently, scientifically if you don’t eat enough it can actually have the same effect on your body as eating too much! Who knew?!
I downloaded the My fitness pal app, like so many other people and I’m attempting to eat more healthily. Eating fruit and veg and actually cooking from scratch. My calorie target I’ve still not reached on any day even though I’ve been constantly full. Good thing? Bad thing?
I’m going to (hopefully) be doing a regular What I Ate This Week post, not only to keep me motivated but also as a way to “save” recipes. I am meal planning for the week, as in Monday to Friday, meaning I have a bit of lee way when it comes to still having a life (LOL) View Post
If you ever need to just have some me time or you want to do some simple baking these are the perfect solution!
Most of the ingredients are usually in any household and they can be made in under half an hour. I absolutely love making these
and eating them so give them a go and let me know what you think. Printable too!