Brownie Recipe Makes Approx 9 – 15 blocks
Brownies are the best! And personally, my favourite type of brownie would definitely have to be fudgy! This is a really easy Brownie recipe and once baked, can be eaten hot while they’re still gooey inside or eaten cooled down at room temperature/ set in the fridge for a fudgy rich texture!
Throughout my childhood, my mum would love making french toast for our family breakfast on the weekends to use up some of our free range eggs collected right from our backyard. We always just ate our french toast simple, just a sprinkling of sugar. It wasn’t until I was in my mid-teens that I started experimenting with food a bit more adventurously and discovered bacon and french toast are a match made in heaven!
Makes approximately 600g of pasta dough.
Pasta is always a great, easy dinner. Sure you can buy some great “fresh” pasta from your supermarket. But why, when it’s so easy and cheap to make pasta dough yourself in a standard food mixer? It’s even easier if you have a Kitchen Aid with a pasta attachment!
Fresh is always best!
Crustless Quiche Serves Approx 6
For as long as I can remember my mum has made this crustless quiche for our family. She’d sometimes have to make 2 so we’d have lunches for the next day but usually, they both wouldn’t see the night out. This recipe is just the basis to a great crustless quiche. Mum has added all sorts of stuff to it before to use up ingredients we had on hand, like tomato, mushrooms and chorizo, so feel free to add what ever you like! Serve with salad for a light, healthy meal or with a side of delicious crispy smashed potatoes or even garlic bread!
Homemade Gnocchi Serves:4
I love making homemade gnocchi. I find it very therapeutic. These are like soft pillows of heaven and they pair beautifully with any kind of pasta sauce. I personally prefer to serve these with pesto and cream, or with burnt butter and sage sauce.
Like this? Check out our regular pasta dough recipe!
Makes 6 Crumb Cakes
Don’t let the name fool you. These “crumb cakes” are delicious, savory pancakes. This recipe was created by my mother when I was very young and has ever since been a go-to side when we have leftover egg mixture and bread crumbs when making things like juicy chicken schnitzels, chicken kievs or eggplant parmesan. Basically, any recipe that results in leftover bread crumbs and egg equals crumb cake time! I mean, why waste those perfectly good seasoned bread crumbs? I personally like mine still a little bit gooey in the middle.