This plum and port jam recipe makes a very versatile savoury and sweet jam. Equally at home on a cheese board as it is on a slice of bread. Pairing juicy plums with the rich, fruity flavours of Portugal’s famous alcoholic tipple, with subtle underlying spices.
If your a regular to my blog you will know that I love to make jam, and I often enter it into our local horticultural shows. This recipe hasn’t failed me yet, winning first place in every class I’ve entered it in. It really does make a lovely raspberry jam.
If you like peanut butter, then you will love these chocolate peanut butter balls! They taste amazing and are really simple to make. They are great to do with the kids on those rainy days of the holidays. Isla loves making these, and of course eating them afterwards!
I am always looking for ways to get my kids to eat less sugary snacks and more fruit and veg. These 3 awesome frozen fruit treats are a fab way of giving them one of their 5 a day, and are so refreshing on those hot summer days!
I love pesto, in all it’s various guises. However you really can’t beat the taste of homemade green pesto. What’s more this green pesto recipe is super easy, and if you haven’t got basil growing in your garden the ingredients are really easy to come by.
So why I am on my holibobs, I’ve opened up my blog to guest posts. These 2 delicious recipes are bought to you from Joe Hughes from the Village Bakery, enjoy!
I, like a lot of people, am trying to shed a few lbs for the summer. I’m also always looking for ways to get more fruit and veg in my diet. This green smoothie is a great start to the day. Quick to prepare, nutritious and delicious. What more can you ask for for breakfast!
I made these bunny cake pops for the kids for Easter weekend, but they can be a cute treat any time of the year. As an added bonus they were surprisingly easy to make.