My regular readers will know that we have an allotment. As such we have an excess of produce at particular times of the year. I’m really good at knowing how to freeze fresh herbs, making jams and making delicious goodies. However, there aren’t always enough hours in the day! This week I harvested 700g of blackberries – in just one visit to my allotment! Obviously, I am really pleased but I didn’t have time to use them up. This is how to freeze blackberries!
My wonderful husband and I are proud owners of an allotment. It can be a lot of work but it is really rewarding too. Each week we visit 2-3 times, which really isn’t enough. However, despite our limited time we manage to grow lots of things, and keep some alive year round. Such as herbs. Today I want to share with you how to freeze fresh herbs, and the methods that I use to do so.
This is a difference of just six weeks at our allotment! It is no wonder I need to know how to freeze fresh herbs!
My husband and I love a nice takeaway. It is a bit of a weakness really! We have resolved to have fewer takeaways this year. So far we have cut the amount considerably. This is great for money saving and it is great for our waistline too. We have managed to save money on takeaways that we do buy. Anyway, I love making homemade pizzas. They are SO cheap, compared to takeaways. Also, they are easy and best of all they are a bit fun too! I’m sharing with you today my recipe to make pizza dough in the breadmaker.
I have become more strict with food waste in the last year or two. After all, every item you throw in the food waste bin is money thrown away. I would NEVER throw money away so why should food waste be something that I find acceptable? No more! There are a wide variety of ways to cut down on food waste. Here are 9 of my favourite ways to cut down on food waste…
I’m someone who loves to save money. A pound saved is the same as a pound earned. Often I try to make use of my oven being on. I will bake treats such as midnight cookies, or even cheese straws, when I already have my oven on. By making the most of the space in my oven I am saving energy, have nice treats at home and save money too. Homemade croutons are super simple, take just two minutes to prepare and taste delicious too! Scroll near the end of this post for my printable homemade croutons recipe card.