It’s the 5 minute recipe you’ll use over and over and over. Fresh yummy salsa… or if you’re a bit posh – fresh Pico De Gallo! This Pico De Gallo …
Australia Day – it’s sunshine, beers, celebrations… not hours and hours in the kitchen. This is the ultimate show stopper Australia Day Recipe – the centrepiece of your table where …
Perfect for an Easter lunch this simple, slow cooked lamb shoulder is delicious and ever so easy… Moist and full of flavour, this roast practically cooks itself. It’s so easy …
I am one of those people who endures winter, waiting (impatiently) for the day the sun breaks through the dark, gloomy clouds and the garden begins to spring to life. Living by the ocean, we love spending time at the beach but getting our bodies sun kissed and sandy is no fun in the cold weather!
No matter if you are hosting a party or heading out to one, these tartlets are just the thing to wow a crowd. They look fantastic, are easy to make and don’t cost the earth. Fabulous first impressions never looked so good!
Perfect for parties, these little tarts are salty and sweet and just plain delicious! They’re also versatile. Make larger versions and serve with a fresh salad for a great dinner party entree.
These are an oh-so-healthy version of the regular fried spring rolls. Mix them up with whatever ingredients you like, but they are perfect for a light lunch or party spread!
Lovely and tasty options for afternoon tea are these Tuna Roulettes. Simple to put together and full of fresh flavours, I can guarantee they will be snapped up quickly!
These mini quiches have a flaky, yummy pastry that is butter free, and you can use whichever filling you like. They are great warm or cold, and can be frozen for later.
by Honey, You Baked!
This is my go-to lunch. Simple, tasty and healthy. All it takes is two ingredients and you have a quick, easy and light meal which is perfect served with a simple salad. Also great for kids as finger food (just be aware of the ingredients in your dukkah in case of allergies).
I have been looking for something different for lunch, after toasted sandwiches and wraps started to get a bit boring. I love recipes that just use one bowl and are quick to make, while the hungry hoards wait. These fit both criteria, made in about five minutes and were scoffed down very quickly.