Crispy Tortilla Breakfast Bites

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These Crispy Tortilla Breakfast Bites make for a delicious family-friendly breakfast that’ll give you and the kids plenty of energy to tackle the day ahead. This recipe ticks the box of being a bit different to the usual cereal and toast combo that my boys generally roll their eyes at. Being a food blogger can […]

Griddled Peach and Feta Salad

Griddled Peach and Feta Salad by Katie Bryson on

Some of my earliest memories of summer food are the juicy peaches my parents would grow up the side of our house when we lived in sunny Buckinghamshire. That first bite of perfumed fruit would usually result in a lot of juice dribbling down my chin and very sticky hands – but boy were they […]

Quick and Easy Asparagus and Parmesan Tarts

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These ridiculously easy asparagus and parmesan tarts look ultra impressive, so are perfect for showing off without going to a lot of effort. Lazy? Me? Yep! Ideal for dinner party starters or family lunches when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare. Serve with a whole heap of salad leaves and you’ve got yourself a […]

Spinach, Honey and Thyme Roasted Parsnips with a Cheddar Walnut Crumble

Spinach, Honey and Thyme Roasted Parsnips with a Cheddar Walnut Crumble by Katie Bryson on

A side dish of honey and thyme roasted parsnips sitting on a bed of spinach with a cheddar and walnut crumble topping flashed under the grill.  It’d be lovely served with roast chicken for a delicious summer’s lunch. I’m using Barber’s 1833 Vintage Reserve Cheddar for this recipe, one of those cheeses that’s so full […]

Wholegrain Fish Fingers with Sweet Potato Wedges and Crushed Minted Peas

Wholegrain fishfingers, sweet potato wedges and crushed minted peas

I created this quick and tasty lunch to celebrate a twitter party that Britmums were throwing with Birds Eye to celebrate all things #MixUpYourMenu. As ever it’s all about trying to find those genius little ideas everyone has to mix up the way they cook with their favourite Birds Eye products. There were some fabulous […]

Zesty Courgette and Leek Soup

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A light and uplifting soup when you’re in a Spring-like mood but still need something warming. I made this soup in my new Optimum Froothie 9400 which is a power blender that i’ve been sent to test out. It’s so powerful that by friction alone it heats the ingredients into a warming soup. I whipped […]

Sausage, Roasted Pepper and Pea Frittata

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An easy one pan meal of sausages, potatoes, peas and roasted peppers nestled in a fluffy cheesy egg duvet. Is it a frittata, or a Spanish Omelette? Whatever it is, it’s an instant family favourite in the Feeding Boys house! The recipe is really versatile and great for kids. It’s prefect for a relaxed weekend […]

Uplifting Spinach, Mint and Lemon Soup

Spinach, mint and lemon soup

With a relocation 300 miles north underway and the start of the Birds Eye campaign, my life is more than a little hectic right now. Simple recipes are definitely how I’m rolling. Minimal ingredients and short cooking times but something that’s going to fill you up and feel nutritious. Soup is the food you turn to […]

Warm festive salad

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Roasted sprouts and sweet potatoes with pancetta tossed with salad leaves in a cranberry vinaigrette. A delicious side dish or tasty main course to feed a festive crowd –  simply leave out the pancetta if you’re catering for vegetarians. Lots of festive flavours on offer here, but a welcome chance to keep things a bit […]

Spicy Roasted Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

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A mug of nourishing roasted root vegetable soup with a spicy Thai kick to savour on a chilly day. Make a batch of this recipe at the weekend, and you’ll have some warming lunches to look forward to during the week. You don’t have to roast the sweet potato and carrots, but it does bring […]