Monthly Archives: July 2012

Banana and Chocolate Chip Biscuits

These biscuits are great if you have some bananas to use and are sick of making the usual cakes, loafs and fritter recipes (haha!).  They have a slight crunch to the outside but softer on inside making them great for … Continue reading

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Chow Mein

Another recipe I picked up from school.  It is another one that freezes well too.  The original recipe has it so that the veges are still quite firm when served but we don’t like it like that so I partally … Continue reading

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Stirfry Rice

Another recipe my mum gave me when I got married.  This freezes extremely well so you can make heaps of it and take it out when you are having “one of those days” (Especially good for busy mums!)  It is … Continue reading

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Bacon Wrapped Pork with Apple

This was a recipe I learnt at school and it is a favorite with my hubby and I.  It is so easy to make, and can be cheap when the meat is on special.  Would be perfect for something different … Continue reading

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Easy Peasy Chocolate Cake

This cake is not only incredibly easy to make it is also so beautiful and moist and lasts for a few days.  It is a recipe that my mum gave me and I have made it so often I actually … Continue reading

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