My fussy little critters LOVE pancakes. This version uses spelt flour instead of regular wheat flour to create an alternative that is higher in fibre and protein. This breakfast is a surefire hit in our humble little kitchen almost every weekend.
The classic sandwich filling of ham, cheese and tomato is the base for this simple pasta dish that is a winner with the whole family. Cooked in one pot and delicious served hot, warm or cold - it's a great way to use up all the bits you have lying around for the kids's school lunches.
I've had spaghetti aglio e olio countless times - usually in the wee hours of a Sunday morning after a big night out. Using smoked garlic was such a delicious twist - complex and savoury - it took this classic pantry meal to a whole new level. I will definitely make it again very soon!
In the event that I feel like treating myself to a fancy beverage - an Aperol Spritz really does come up trumps. For one thing, I always have a bottle of Aperol stored in the pantry and sparkling mineral water is a staple in our household.
This soup was so easy to make, using leftover ingredients and cooked in one pot. Super tasty, nutritious, full of veg and another added bonus.... My fussy little humans ate it AND enjoyed it.