Back To Basics – Creamy Chicken Curry

Today I am starting a brand new series here on Everything Mummy – Back to Basics, each week I will be sharing with you a new recipe for no fuss home cooked food. I first moved out when I was pregnant with my eldest daughter and didn’t know how to cook a thing, all the recipes I’ll be sharing are ones I have learnt and tweaked along the way. I like to feed us and the girls as healthy as possible but we are also on a budget each week so these recipes will be child and purse friendly!  I will also be looking…

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Angel Delight Moments

Angel delight is one of those puddings that instantly takes me back to childhood, we’d always have it as a special treat and shock horror I always had chocolate flavour – being a self confessed chocoholic since the age of around 5. But I’ve not had it in years! My children had never tried it, so I jumped at he chance to try out the new bubblegum flavour.  The packet instructions are for either a milkshake or the more traditional whip. Maisy was so excited when it arrived particularly as it was in a pink box that she’s still playing with a…

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Fruity Buns

Last week I made these really simple fruity buns, they were really quick to make and use simple ingredients your bound to have lurking in the cupboards so I thought I’d share the recipe. Ingredients (makes 12) 225g self raising flour 100g butter  100g caster sugar 1 egg 1 tablespoon milk  50g jam (any flavour) Method  Firstly you’ll need to grease and line a baking tray. Sieve the flour into a mixing bowl, cut the butter into small chunks and add to the flour. Using fingers, rub the butter into the flour until it looks like bread crumbs. Stir in the sugar. Separately whisk the egg…

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Disastrous scones

If you’ve stumbled upon this post looking for fantastic pictures of delicious looking scones with a fool proof recipe for them I’m affraid you’re going to be disappointed these scones went wrong big time but were still to my suprise very tasty. I got the baking bug yesterday but was due a food shop so had limited options after rumaging throught the cupboards and a children’s cook book me an the girls decided to try make some scones.  I think where I go wrong is I don’t follow the recipe I change bits to suit what is in the cupboards…

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banana and chia bites

Needed some yummy healthy snacks for us today to counter act the amount of ice cream that has been consumed by us all recently. so i made some Banana and chia seed bites, they are super easy to make and make a good snack to grab on the go and are a nice alternative to cereal bars. So all you need is: 2 bananas 1 1/2 cups of plain porridge oats handful of chia seeds So start by mashing the bananas really well, the riper the bananas the better. Add the chia seeds and oats and give it all a…

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