Calling All Peanut Butter Cup Addicts: This Peanut Butter Explosion, No-Churn Ice Cream Recipe Is THE Answer To Your Dessert Dreams...
I'm Taking The Week Off For A Lil' Staycation In Seattle. So Why Not Join Me In Some Relaxing Therapy? ...Retail Therapy!
Get ready for summer with this healthy, 5 ingredient, no added sugar Strawberry & Coconut Ice Pop recipe!
Serve Game Day drinks and cocktails with a kick this Super Bowl Sunday!
Don't get your tinsel in a tangle - relax with these great Christmas gift recipes and ideas!
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A decadent recipe for chocolate biscotti with hits of gooey, Snickers chunks topped with caramel icing and a chocolate drizzle.
Sun, sea, sand and… Palm Springs! I’ve just returned from a fun-filled family girlie trip to Palm Springs. OK, so there isn’t any sea in the desert, but there was definitely a bountiful of sun, sand, silly behaviour and screwdrivers (cousin Amy’s signature cocktail)! It was the perfect break with the perfect people – mom, sissy, Aunt […]
This Cornbread Topped Texan Cowboy Pie offers a tasty twist on traditional Shepherd's Pie...
This no churn ice cream recipe is perfect for celebrating St. Patrick's Day, especially if you have an infinity with Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookies!
Fancy a Poke? I'm not trying to get fresh with you - honestly! This week I made three, yes three, new foodie finds that have shot my tastebuds heavenward. The first two discoveries were found by pure chance during a frantic hangry shop to transform left-over pork roast and eggs (that had been festering at the back of … Continue reading Raspberry Jello Poke Cake
Make the most of Fat Tuesday... ...with awesomely phat Cinnamon Roll Pancakes! "What is Fat Tuesday?" I can hear you all ask. Fat Tuesday, or officially Shrove Tuesday, was traditionally a day for feasting and gorging on luxuriously rich and fatty foods before the fasting period of Lent began. In a bid to use up butter, milk and eggs, which should not to be eaten … Continue reading Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
A change is as good as a rest, at least that is what they say isn’t it?! And with the start of a new year I have decided it’s time for change. So my New Year’s resolution is not only to make this food blog as awesome as is awesomely possible, but to also cook one new food […]
All you need is love... ...chocolate, coffee, hamburgers, cupcakes, peanut butter and did I mention chocolate?! Valentines Day is nearly upon us - a day of love, passion and romance. I have never really understood why it is more important to share your love on one specified day of the year. On February 14th, just 1 day out of … Continue reading Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie
Nothing's more American than apple pie… ...at least that's what they (and my husband) say. In fact, the first recorded recipe for apple pie was written way back in 1381 back home in England - sorry husband, you are WRONG and I am oh so right (for once)! To me there is nothing more American than Blueberry Pie. I … Continue reading Blueberry Pie with Coconut Crust
I can't help falling in love... ...with this moist, delicious Chocolate Chip Banana Bread with Peanut Butter Frosting recipe - and neither will you, I promise! Last Sunday was the late Elvis Presley's birthday and although I am no fan of the King of Rock's music, I sure am a fan of his favourite sandwich filling … Continue reading Chocolate Chip Banana Bread with Peanut Butter Frosting
"I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas"... ...and it seems that dream is all I can do. Typically, the moment we arrive in the UK Facebook is run amok with photos of snowy white landscapes from back home in Seattle - yes, it snowed! The snow looks so Christmassy and romantic, especially compared to the cold, wet, rainy days we are enduring … Continue reading White Christmas Candy Cane Milkshake
It's beginning to smell a lot like Christmas! Our condo is filled with the holly jolly aromas of Christmas because this morning, having woken with a void in my heart where Thanksgiving once lived, I decided to get my festive freak on and fill it with the joys of Christmas. So donning my Santa hat and … Continue reading Christmas Gingerbread Cookies
"Feed a Fever, Starve a Cold" - at least, that's what the old wives say. I rarely suffer from winter colds but when I do I am totally unbearable - just ask my husband! I am also someone who gets really "hangry", so to keep my misery (and his) to a minimum, the hubby decided to feed my cold with a never-ending … Continue reading Chicken Frankie Naan
Thanksgiving is an opportune holiday for us foodies, but it can equally become a day filled with stressful marathon cooking sessions and fears of satisfying the expectations of your dinner guests. So let me be your holiday heroine with my guide to the Best Thanksgiving Recipes Ever - these recipes not only taste great, but are also so easy to make that even … Continue reading Best Thanksgiving Recipes Ever!
This week I am back in the UK - my god, how cold is it here?!!! I've been as busy as a bee catching up with family and friends. I was also fortunate to celebrate my dear friend Tracey's 40th birthday at The Crazy Bear restaurant in Beaconsfield. If you haven't been to this decadent restaurant before, you … Continue reading Oreo Cookie Brownies