Every Sunday, we enjoy a ‘proper pud’
The children don’t have to listen to ‘have a yogurt’ or ‘get a piece of fruit’, we all enjoy something thoroughly enjoyable and decadent.
This has to be planned in with our meals as a weekly essential, and if I forget there’s much complaining ‘but it’s Sunday’. Meal planning used to take place on the back of an old letter or envelope, but I now have the pleasure of a real Meal Planner.
Make planning more pleasurable with our brand-new Meal Planner!
The Meal Planner lists the days of the week down the side and has a column for lunch and evening meal as well as an entry for notes at the bottom. There’s also a lined tear-off shopping list on the right. It even has a hole drilled at the top should you wish to hang it up to keep it off the kitchen surface.
This is an invaluable tool in helping to reduce food waste as you can plan what you’re going to eat and buy only what you need and will actually use; thus saving money too! Win, win.
Both available to buy now!
For this week’s dessert, I’ve chosen the original Bakewell Tart
It may be different from the one you recognise, but it’s the original (and I think, the best!)
It follows the traditional recipe from the Rutland Arms in Bakewell and uses puff pastry, raspberry jam and ground almonds.
This irresistible recipe is taken from our Around Britain cookbook (one of my all-time favourite cookbooks)
This beautiful book showcases recipes and images from around the British Isles and contains lots of fabulous cakes and puddings, some with quite comical names, such as Wet Nellie and Singin’ Hinnies.
Around Britain cookbook is a lovely Christmas present for someone who enjoys baking.
I post a blog every week featuring food, family and fun. There are lots of useful household tips, crafty ideas, giveaways and delicious recipes that I think you will find irresistible.