You probably can’t put slices of this loaf in school lunch boxes because of the nuts, but if you’re working from home you won’t have that restriction and of course it will mean more for the adults in the family……not an altogether bad thing!!!
The heading on this Kellogg’s Rice Bubble recipe is ‘back-to-school treat’ and it would definitely be great to add to a school lunch box, but I suspect a lot would be eaten before it made it that far.
Making a pot of soup used to be a fairly cheap thing to do, but with the cost of vegetables going crazy at the moment, finding a recipe that is economical to make, but still tasty is a bit harder. Carrots, onions and potatoes aren’t too expensive so maybe this carrot soup could be one to try.
Guacamole is a fairly common dip these days, but back in the mid 70s when I first tried it it was much more exotic. My sister-in-law and her partner loved to cook middle-eastern food and were much more adventurous with their eating than we were. Avocados were around, but they were pricey, so when they made this Mexican dip it was quite something for us to try. With the prices of avocados at an all time low at the moment I thought it was a good time to share this recipe which was published by the Woman’s Day in the 90s. It’s got a few more ingredients in it than the 70s version and I really like the suggestions for using it that they added.
Here’s another chocolate cake to add to your collection. The Women’s Weekly have added the label “Family Favourite”, I’m not sure that it deserves that distinction – isn’t every chocolate cake a Family Favourite!!!!
I don’t think this soup is a very appealing colour, but the flavour should be quite nice. I haven’t made it, but I think I’ll add some bacon when I do. Maybe some bacon pieces on top to decorate it would make it look a bit nicer too.
This is an old 1970s recipe that I used to make for dinner parties in my early years of married life. Inviting friends over for dinner was the way we mainly entertained. Eating out was expensive and none of us could afford that very often. There were a few cooking disasters as we learnt to cook, but they were disguised by the wine and good company. This was an easy and pretty foolproof starter.
It’s sunny, but cold outside today so my mind automatically turns to making a pot of hot soup for dinner tonight. Instead of a thick vegetable one maybe I’ll make a seafood laksa instead. This is a meal in itself full of prawns, white fish, calamari, bean curd and noodles……luscious and bound to warm us all up.
In the depths of winter pears are always a go to fruit. This pear flan takes a little bit of work, but you can simplify it by using shop bought pastry and if you leave out the rum it’s a dessert the whole family can enjoy.
I haven’t tried this rice lasagne, although I have made a chicken lasagne both with standard lasagne sheets and with Gluten Free ones. My original recipe uses plain flour like this recipe, but I simply substituted GF plain flour which worked fine. To be totally honest I’m not sure how close to lasagne this rice one would turn out, maybe it would be more a rice slice. I think you’d have to careful you didn’t overcook the rice or it could be quite soggy. Even so it’s probably worth a try.