Cheese & Onion Bread

So, we baked bread. But it wasn’t the banana kind (swimming against the flow ya know). This bread I’ve eaten throughout my childhood and now I bake it for my very own family! It’s super simple, requires no rising or kneading and it goes down an absolute treat slathered with butter and served alongside a…

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Father’s Day M&M’s Fudge!

If you haven’t already seen it, here’s the Father’s Day Gift Guide I put out last week, but if you’d rather make something homemade with the kids, I have just the thing for you. The simplest microwave fudge pimped out with half a cup of my husband’s favourite candy – M&M’s. Cut into squares and…

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Baking with Soph – Pillsbury Rainbow Birthday Cupcakes

Last month we got to celebrate our little baker’s birthday! We decided to make some colourful Rainbow Cupcakes from a Pillsbury Moist French Vanilla Cake Mix by simply adding in some colour-popping gel for her school birthday ring! Naturally, given the choice, Sophie chose pink, purple and turquoise to form the three coloured cake batters,…

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Baking with Soph – Pillsbury Celebration Cake

If you’ve yet to catch up on our first two bakes with Pillsbury – we’ve made Frosted Brownie Slices and a Banana & Walnut Bundt Cake – go check them out and then add this fabulous Celebration Cake to your repertoire! My wonderful husband had a birthday recently, so we leapt at the opportunity to…

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It’s Soup Season!

It’s true what they say – Chicken Soup really is good for the Soul! I have one supremely fussy eater, especially where vegetables are concerned, and even he gobbles these soups up! I’ve made a variety of soups this Winter so far, but these two have been the kids’ favourites. Soups are such an easy…

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{Easter} Bunny Bark

I can’t quite believe it’s Easter time already, but, it is! That means decadent treats and a little indulgence. Scrolling through Instagram one night I came across these amazing shards of heavenly chocolatey goodness. It’s so simple they barely require a ‘recipe’ – I feel I bit silly even typing it up, but here it…

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