Tag Archives: eat

Lemon delicious pudding

22 Jun

 

The Hungry Mum lemon delicious puddingIf you have been playing along at home you will know that we are the proud owners of many kilograms of lemons that The Hungry Dad picked from his mum’s lemon tree. I have been busy coming up with ways to work their citrusy goodness into all manner of baking. This is not a difficult task, as I am utterly in love with lemon cakes/tarts/biscuits/cookies… Continue reading

Easy tabouli salad

30 May

easy tabouli salad - perfect for a picnic. The Hungry Mum

Growing up, my mum used to make tabouli all the time for picnics and barbecues. The suburb where I grew up was all white bread and vegemite so this salad was an exotic addition. Continue reading

Apple cinnamon tea cake

27 May

 

apple cinnamon tea cake The Hungry Mum

My red KitchenAid is one of my very favourite possessions. The Hungry Dad bought it as a gift for me many years ago, when I was just getting into baking. Talk about full-blown addition – now if I don’t bake at least once a day I feel all jittery until I can get a hit of the baking good stuff. Continue reading

Warm slow cooker cheese baby spinach dip

15 May

cheesy spinach slow cooker dip - The Hungry Mum

I am that person who is more than happy with dip, cheese, crackers and wine for dinner on a Saturday night when I’m with friends. Last night was such a night – an impromptu invite to a friend’s house seemed like the perfect opportunity to make a dip from scratch. Continue reading

Pretzel chocolate brownies recipe

19 Oct

Pretzel chocolate brownie

For reasons yet to be fully understood I recently bought a huge packet of pretzels at the supermarket. I’m not a fan of pretzels at all so just chalk this purchase up to momentary madness. I don’t even think they were on sale. Every time I open the pantry they wink at me, taunt me, as if to say – now what?  Continue reading

Nigella Lawson rosemary loaf cake

17 Oct

 

Nigella Lawson  rosemary  loaf cake

Our rosemary bush is a beast of a thing – large, unwieldy but capable of producing the most fragrant and delicious tasting leaves. No matter how much we use or give away there is always more, more, more taking over our herb garden.

 

Looking for another way to use it I stumbled across the mistress of original cooking concepts, Nigella Lawson. My well-thumbed copy of ‘How To Be A Domestic Goddess’ provided the answer with this luscious cake. Continue reading