With Lilly safely tucked up in bed, the iPod on shuffle, and nightcaps in our hands, we dribbled about politics, giggled at my Mum’s driving (sorry Mum), and nibbled on Olive & Fetta cake. It was a delightful way to end quite a lovely evening.
Lilly’s big sisters loved this veggie slice, and I must admit that it’s a favourite of mine too. It’s very easy to prepare, tastes really good, and makes you feel healthier with every bite.
This bread recipe has a bet both ways; it contains some wholemeal flour, but not enough to ensure that the kids will refuse it. It would be a nice way to ease them into a healthier slice of bread. The mixed seeds on top toast deliciously well, but could be readily altered or omitted.
This recipe for Stuffed Eggplant could be construed as being a little bit healthy. It certainly isn’t as unhealthy as a zinger burger. And it is certainly tasty.
They say that patience is a virtue, and that good things come to those who wait. They must have been eating my flaky, buttery breakfast rolls.
What are two teenagers to do when cheese and tomato Saos just won’t cut it for lunch anymore? You make pizzas of course.