These are one of my all time favourites. Rich melt in your mouth chocolate and gooey caramel – I have to try very hard to share!
It was the craze that took over lockdown, simple yet delicious. Baked salty feta, blistered tomatoes, rich olive oil……and pasta – say no more
My children love these mini bundt cakes – I always give them a pot of extra chocolate sauce on the side too, because you can never have too much chocolate!
Using the cauliflower to make the mash is a great way to lighten the meal and get additional vegetables into your diet. Topped with the crispy cod fillets makes this a winner winner fish dinner!
Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside – these oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are simply sweet deliciousness.
The refreshing citrus in this cheesecake makes it a light summer dessert that will be loved by all – and no baking required!
Pasta might not always be viewed as a summer food but the lemon and goat’s cheese in this dish definitely make it a meal to serve when the sun is shining!
Living close to the sea means that there is always an abundance of fresh fish and seafood available so i thought i would capitalise on that in this recipe. Smokey, creamy, herby – it really is everything. Serve with a platter of raw vegetables, chips and breads and lunch is served.
When i taste tested this recipe on my family they asked for seconds and my husband wanted the buttercream bowl to lick (no joke). Moist cake and luscious caramel buttercream – yum yum!
We eat tonnes of avocados in our house, I put them in my smoothies, Phil loves them chopped on his salad bowls, Isabella loves avocado on toast and Harvey likes the avocado chocolate mousse (he doesn’t actually know there is avocado in there) but this new recipe will be popular in the Neville house for sure.