Airfryer Garlic Butter Fries
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by Ciara Attwell
6d ago
Airfried french fries coated in a delicious garlic butter A few months ago I had some garlic butter fries in a restaurant in London and I’ve been pretty much thinking about them every since! This weekend I decided it was time to finally make them myself at home and wow they were incredible! These are the french fries I used. They are definitely my favourite brand as they get so crispy but feel free to use any frozen french fries that you like. The first step is to add the french fries to the airfryer and cook at 200c for 12 minutes. I usually stop the airfryer a couple of times and give th ..read more
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Airfryer Sausage & Cheese Soldiers
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by Ciara Attwell
2w ago
Looking for a quick and easy hot breakfast idea for the kids? Try these Sausage & Cheese Soldiers with a dippy egg, all cooked in the airfryer in six minutes! In the winter it can be nice to sometimes give the kids a hot breakfast and also something that’s high in protein that will keep them full all morning. I recently started making these Sausage & Cheese Soldiers and my kids absolutely love them. They’re cooked in the airfryer, along with the egg, making it a super quick and easy breakfast ready in under 10 minutes. The first step is to take a sausage and remove the skin. I’m usi ..read more
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Bone Broth Pasta
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by Ciara Attwell
2w ago
If your child likes to eat plain pasta then try this simple hack of cooking it in bone broth. It adds protein, collagen and amino acids to make their favourite food a little healthier. If you’ve got a child with a very simple diet it can sometimes be a worry if they are getting enough of the right nutrients. I love finding little hacks to boost the nutritional content of their favourite foods without altering those foods so as to cause a meal time meltdown. This Bone Broth Pasta is a great trick to use for kids who like to eat their pasta plain. You just need two ingredients; pasta and bone ..read more
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Cauliflower Cheese Fritters
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by Ciara Attwell
3w ago
Delicious savoury fritters made with cheddar cheese and frozen diced cauliflower. These are a great way to get some cauliflower into your fussy eaters. Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that we know is so healthy for us but it isn’t the easiest of vegetables to get kids to eat. It’s packed with antioxidants, is high in fibre and low in calories. A couple of years ago I discovered that Tesco sell these bags of frozen diced cauliflower and it was a game-changer for me. Fresh v Frozen Cauliflower I know these kinds of products come with criticism because of the plastic packaging so you can ..read more
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10 Easy Christmas Leftovers Recipes
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by Bianca Carey Spencer
1M ago
Reduce your food waste and save some money this Christmas with our 10 best recipes for using up your leftover Christmas dinner leftovers! As an adult one of our favourite things about Christmas has to to be the food! Of course it’s a wonderful time for family gatherings but again this seems to also be synonymous with cooking up a great big Christmas feast to be enjoyed by the whole family. And I think we’ve all been guilty of using the festive period as an excuse to tuck into our favourite treats! Be it the Christmas chocolates, crisps and nuts or basically anything that’s wrapped in puff pa ..read more
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Christmas Leftovers Toasted Wrap
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Remember the toasted TikTok wrap from last year? Well let’s make it again but with Christmas Leftovers! Remember the viral TikTok wrap that everyone was making last year? Well I thought this time of year would be perfect to revive it with all the Christmas leftovers. Start off with a large tortilla wrap and make a cut half way down the centre of the wrap. Add any fillings you like, one to each quarter of the wrap. I added chilli chutney, turkey, brie and ham. Fold the wrap up, starting with the bottom left quarter. Fold it onto the top left corner. Fold that over the top right corner and t ..read more
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Airfryer Christmas Leftovers Toastie
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Make this epic Christmas Leftovers Toasted Sandwich in the airfryer, loaded with turkey, brie, stuffing and cranberry sauce Controversial opinion maybe but I think I actually prefer Christmas leftovers to the big meal on the day itself. Anyone else? Maybe it’s because all the hard work is already done and you can just get stuck in creating something delicious with all the leftover food. This year I made a Christmas Leftovers Toasted Sandwich in the airfryer for the first time and wow it was incredible! There’s no hard and fast rules when it comes to toasties but I started with cranberry sauc ..read more
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Christmas Leftovers Idea
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
These muffin tins are a great way to pack up Christmas leftovers for your guests or to bring a portion of food round to friends or family who can’t be there on Christmas Day. I don’t think I’ve ever had a Christmas Day without tonnes of leftovers. I always over cater out of fear of running out of food but the good thing is I send everyone home with lots of leftovers. I saw these aluminium muffin trays and thought it would be a great way to package up food for guests or even to take a portion of Christmas dinner round to friends or family members who might be ill or elderly and unable to leav ..read more
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Elf Spaghetti Pancakes
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Buddy The Elf Breakfast Spaghetti but let’s make it actually edible! The kids will love this twist for a fun Christmas breakfast. If you’ve seen the movie Elf you’ll know that infamous scene where Buddy eats a plate of spaghetti for breakfast topped with lots of sweets, marshmallows, sprinkles and syrup. Kids might love the idea of it but let’s face it, it’s not exactly edible! So I tried to make my own version. Instead of pasta I made spaghetti pancakes, topped with greek yogurt and berries. A lot more appropriate for breakfast! Start with a basic pancake mixture of milk, egg and flour. Mi ..read more
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Christmas Tree Sandwiches
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Make these deconstructed Christmas Tree Sandwiches, perfect for a festive inspired lunch or even as starters for the kids on Christmas Day! If you are looking for some fun Christmas food to make for kids then try these Christmas Tree Sandwiches. They look quite special but it’s basically just a deconstructed cheese and ham sandwich! Start with a small star cookie cutter and cut out the middle of a thick slice of cucumber. Then cut a cherry tomato in half. Add a cocktail stick to the cherry tomato. Next, add a small piece of rolled up lettuce to the cocktail stick on top of the tomato. Use ..read more
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