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Banana & Cinnamon Muffins

If you have some bananas that are going brown, you can always use them up in banana muffins (basically banana bread but in a muffin case). I like to make these as they are easy to pack in lunchboxes and for people to just grab on the go. Ingredients: 2 ripe bananas 125g melted butterContinue reading “Banana & Cinnamon Muffins”

Simple Rhubarb Sauce (Perfect for Ice Cream)

Tis the season for plentiful rhubarb plants! If you are like me, you may have a huge supply of rhubarb. One way we like to eat ours is as a sauce over some ice cream. I find many children are put off by rhubarb’s stringy texture and sharp taste, but when blended into a sauceContinue reading “Simple Rhubarb Sauce (Perfect for Ice Cream)”

Simple Jammy Tarts

Whenever we need a sweet treat, I know I can find the ingredients for my simple jammy tarts in the cupboard. There is nothing fancy about these tarts, but they sure are scrummy. They ‘re incredibly easy for kids to make too. Note: Ready rolled shortcrust pastry will work just as well, but I likeContinue reading “Simple Jammy Tarts”

Simple Oaty Biscuits

These oaty biscuits require minimal effort and taste scrummy. I tend to make these when I have oats to use up. Most of these ingredients are in your pantry right now. A little goes a long way with these ingredients. *Note, these ingredients can be tweaked to suit your needs. For example, where I stateContinue reading “Simple Oaty Biscuits”

Frugal Flan for Any Occasion

I am all for a no bake treat that can work as a dessert for the family or a gift to take to a party or gathering. My tried and tested flan is so simple, and it is frugal because you can get approximately 8 slices out of one (depending how greedy you are). IngredientsContinue reading “Frugal Flan for Any Occasion”