My husband and I are lovers of eating out, however, as our daughter Daisy has FPIES, and a large array of allergies, we don’t get out as much as we would like to. Recently, while in the Harvey Centre Harlow we decided to pop into the Burger Priest Harlow on a bit of a whim.
We started off our trip to Burger Priest Harlow with these delicious milkshakes. They were made with real ice cream and there were lots of lovely flavours to choose from. Thomas went for a strawberry one and I had chocolate. Mine had lots of lovely chocolate pieces inside and was delicious! I’m not really a fan of strawberry but I had a little sips of Thomas’ and it tasted fresh and not artificial at all.
We were gifted these pouches in exchange for coverage. I am a BIG fan of saving money. If you’re a regular on my blog you’ll already know this. I love to do a number of things to save my family money as £1 saved is the same as £1 earned for me. Money is money after all. Today I want to share with you how I’ve been saving money on baby food – by making my own! We’ve been using Hello Little Monsters reusable baby food pouches, which are reusable!
This honeycomb recipe was incredibly simple and it took me 10 minutes from start to finish to get it into the baking tray and setting. Today I am going to share with you just how easy this recipe is so you can make your own delicious honeycomb in next to no time!
This is my take on Mary Berry’s chocolate ripple cheesecake (Taken from the BBC Food website). I’ve thoroughly enjoyed baking this recipe and it is one that I return back to time and time again. This is a real hit with my family and it looks impressive – for really minimal effort. Scroll down now for my chocolate ripple cheesecake recipe.
This weekend I decided to make a millionaires shortbread, as I have a few relatives visiting in the coming days. This was SUPER simple, but it was my first attempt, so it doesn’t look quite as perfect as I would like, still, lots of compliments were received so I must have done something right! Here is my recipe and the methods I used to make my millionaires shortbread.