This really was very easy to make, and my 17 year old son loved it! So when you’re on a winner, it’s got to be illustrated. It wasn’t much to photograph though. So I didn’t. Best not to judge a book by it’s cover and all that.
Click the image to download your printable version!
The year is slipping away – I hope you’re enjoying these printable calendar pages I’m sharing.
Here’s April (click to download pdf):
And for the very organised, here’s May too (click to download pdf):
After the indulgences of Easter, here’s an idea for breakfast this week!
Personally, I’ve been eating for Australia lately. So that’s stopping NOW. Just (publically) sayin’.
Click on the image to download a PDF of my Banana Yoghurt Crunch recipe.
Oh, these are so good. And my ex-vegan, now vegetarian, son can make them for all of us.
He can even use fancy sweet potatoes if he likes.
Click here to download the PDF of my Spiced Sweet Potato Wedges recipe.
I see these in cafes often (actually, I don’t go to cafes often, but in all the times in my life I’ve been to cafe’s, it seems to me that Spinach and Ricotta Fillo Pies are often on the menu… it’s not a scientific study or anything).
So I thought I’d figure out how to make them.
Turns out it’s not that hard! And if you’ve got frozen spinach you’re already halfway there.
Click the image to download the PDF of my Spinach and Ricotta Fillo Pies recipe!
Easter’s coming… and my thoughts turned to the MOST DELICIOUS popcorn I made for colleagues the Christmas before last… I know… tenuous association.
Anyway, it is high time I illustrated this very simple, and very DELICIOUS recipe.
Perfect when you’re supposed to be taking a plate, or something special to a get together.
If you’ve got the block of chocolate and some peanut paste, it’ll be ready in 15 minutes.
Thank me later 😉
Click on image to download Choco-Nut Popcorn PDF.