In a previous post I talked about lessons that I have learned in the last 3 years about parenthood. Lesson #2 that I am about to talk about pretty much goes hand in hand with facilitating lesson #1.
There’s something about the immediate aftermath of illness that turns me into some kind of demi-God supermum type! Not the real kind of supermum that just comes completely naturally to some women, but the faux kind which sticks around for 2 or 3 days before slowly dissipating until you’re left with just a normal mum again.
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*
It’s been nearly 3 years since I became a parent for the first time (whaaaaat?!) Along the way, like most, I have learned some valuable lessons. One of them involves sausages, obviously (see above image).