We all love something sweet when it comes to getting through the cold month of January and these chocolate oatmeal chewies will do just the trick. They are very simple to make and will have you reaping all the rewards when you tuck into them.
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 cup butter or margarine — softened
1/4 cup milk… Read the rest
At Christmas time we waste more money on wasted food than any other time of the year. Therefore I have put together two wonderful meals using leftover meat from Christmas. These two meals are catered towards Chicken and Lamb though you can adapt it to suit your meat.
Fruity chicken breasts
2 apples, cored and cut … Read the rest
Now to round off the week nicely with my traditional Christmas dinner I am finishing the week with details of two great recipes that you make from your Christmas leftovers. This is a great way of saving money at this time of year when money can often be tight after all the money you have spent.
TURKEY … Read the rest
Now for the best part ofmy traditional Christmas dinner especially if you have your inlaws enforced on you – ALCOHOL. Your Christmas just wouldn’t be the same with a lovely Christmas punch and here is my personal favourite.
1 – 6 oz. can of frozen orange juice
2 – 6 oz. cans of frozen limeade… Read the rest
Now for the third part of my traditional Christmas dinner is the part that the children love the most. Or anyone else in the family that has a sweet tooth. For this recipe I have gone with a traditional Chocolate trifle as everyone loves a trifle and they are very easy to make even for those that aren’t the best … Read the rest