The older Amelia gets, the more I have to remind myself that she is capable of more than I sometimes give her credit for. This was never more apparent than a couple of weeks ago when she asked to help me make chicken goujons for dinner. Continue reading “Amelia’s Crusty Chicken: Homemade Chicken Goujons”
I’m always after quick and easy recipes that the whole family will eat, and with me returning to work at the end of March I’ve been worrying quite a lot about keeping up with all of the fresh, home cooked meals we have been enjoying. So when Dolmio sent us the ingredients for a quick midweek spaghetti Bolognese I was intrigued to see if it would work for us, taking into account all of our likes, dislikes, and dietary needs. Continue reading “Going Back To Work: Easy Midweek Recipes”
With the financial carnage of December still impacting our bank balance, couple with the (*gasp*) veg shortage this month, I have been looking for ways to bulk out meals we usually eat. This is one of those concoctions, and I have to say it worked bloody well!
My 6-month old loves this, so if you want to make this for your weaning little see the notes next to some of the stages of prep.
This is perfect for freezing, and we have known to argue about whether this tastes better fresh from the pan or a few days later!
£3.82 for the whole meal
£0.95p per person*
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So named because this is sort of a Spanish omelette (it has potato in it so that totally counts) and it will feed an army if you need it to. Cook as one big omelette for a quick an easy meal, or spray a muffin tin to make individual omelette muffins which are ideal for lunches. Totally freeze-able, simply grab a portion out of the freezer and chuck in the fridge until defrosted, eat cold or warm through in the microwave.
This is my go-to meal for days when I can’t be arsed to cook properly or the fridge is bare!
£3.11 for the whole meal
78p per person*