Healthy, cheap and super simple. Recipe below 3 Chicken Breast, cut into chunks 1 tsp Ground Ginger 3 Garlic Cloves, crushed Half tsp Turmeric Half tsp Coriander Half tsp Chilli 1 Tbsp Olive oil 3 Carrots, peeled and cut up however you like 1 Can of Chickpeas 2 Cups of Chicken Stock 1 tbsp Cornflour… Continue reading Chicken & Chickpea Stew
Miss 8 and the bestie have been at me to make these scrolls. Sooooo finally I got around to them (toddler is being extremely clingy lately). These scrolls are delicious, cheap, freeze well and are guaranteed to go like hot cakes….well as long as you like vegemite that is. Ingredients 2 cups plain flour 1tbsp… Continue reading Cheesymite Scrolls
Pancakes are a great budget meal. Add in we have friends with a Lemon tree and we own chooks basically all we’ve paid for are the base ingredients, which are always in the cupboard. This recipe is a twist on the basic pancake and there are no complaints here that’s for sure 🙂 Ingredients 1… Continue reading Lemon Pancakes
8pm and finally I get to sit down…well not 100%, I still need to wash the dishes and fold another mountain of laundry but the kids are in bed so I can share my latest creation with you now. This cake is delicious, it’s soft in the centre and slightly crunchy on the outside with… Continue reading Carrot Cake with Tangy Icing
How good do these bad boys look ! I tell you what they smell amazing too. Miss 8 tells me they’re soooooo good. I nibbled the edge of one, afraid if I have one I’ll devour the lot. I’m not yet strong enough to stop at one. This recipe is quick and easy plus budget… Continue reading Jam Drops
So this post is as boring as bat shit but it’s a staple and I had to share.
Black beans go with so many dishes, I add them to burritos, tacos, chilli, wraps, nachos…you get the idea. We pick up a bag from the Central Markets here in Adelaide and they cost next to nothing.
First thing to do is soak your beans overnight, simply place in a large bowl fill with water and leave.
In the morning drain the beans and add with a few bits and pieces to your slow cooker.
- 6 garlic cloves
- 1 onion chopped
- 1 capsicum chopped
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp oregano
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 tsp chilli (optional)
- Salt and pepper
- 1 pound black beans
- First saute onion, capsicum and garlic
- Add everything to the slow cooker
- Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 8. *Note, check after 4 and if any crunch to beans cook longer
- When cooked and cooled divide up into portions and freeze. **if using on the day add a some lime jucie and coriander for a kick then add to your dish
Simple boring recipe and probably easier to buy canned but I still get icky using canned goods so prefer this method.
Sunday funday .. well not so much with a grumpy toddler in the house but still Sunday, day off, day of the weekly prep. I’m prepping the lunchboxes ready for school and work tomorrow and decided to bake something I won’t eat cause I’m on a diet … well “Lifestyle change” if you will. (Lost… Continue reading Milo Coconut Biscuits