Homemade Strawberry Pop-tarts
~ Strawberries - 1 punnet (or any filling of your choice really… I may have also made a sneaky nutella pop-tart with some left over pastry.. shhhh)
I halved the original recipe which was supposed to make 30 cupcakes, but I found even the halved recipe made about 28 cupcakes in the end, so I guess it depends how deep you fill the paper liners etc.Mine definitely aren’t as pretty as the ones in the original recipe, but they tasted delicious, even a little bit addictive. I’m not a huge cheesecake fan normally. I don’t mind cheesecake in small doses but find it a bit sickly. Because these cakes are so small they are the perfect size!
Thank you Secret Santa, whoever you are! I love my present so much! I’m going to cook every recipe in the book and get big and fat :) It will be awesome.
So, scrambled eggs are not a very exciting recipe, and I’m fairly sure most people know how to make them. But on a lazy Saturday morning, when I don’t feel like cooking a big meal I have recently started done since I was a kid.
During school holidays, my mum would go to work a leave me at home to fend for myself. One of the main things I would make for myself was microwaved scrambled eggs as I was to young to use the stove alone. Now that I’m all grown up, I still use this little trick when I’m feeling particularly lazy, however now (you know, because I’m a grown up) I have added a couple of extra ingredients.
Microwaved Scrambled Eggs
You are looking at 8 Maxibons and 4 layers of creamy goodness! I used cookies & cream ice cream as the ‘frosting’ and as cement to hold the whole thing together. It was gloriously disgusting. I’m a little ashamed of how delicious it was. I think my fingers are still frozen from handling so much ice cream, and I still feel quite ill, but it was totally worth it.