Well the winter surely hit in the last few days, so cold in Ireland isn't it? I usually have mulled wine, cider or apple juice nearer to Christmas but caved in over the weekend. Whether it does or not I convinced myself that it warms me up. mugful but it is certainly not like the sweeter versions that are my norm. Hope you like it.
During the Holiday season: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas we're all going to be very busy buying presents, goodies and what not. It's easy to forget about, or only see a guest or family member on a restrictive diet as a nuisance or a weight bearing down heavily on you to sort out. Here's a quick and easy one to have at the ready which is easy to adjust depending on dietary needs.
Do you prefer making a soup out of broccoli than having it as a side vegetable, or is it just me? I do as you can add so many wonderful vegetables and nuts to it for a more interesting flavour.
Having it as a side vegetable, unless smothered in a 'creamy' sauce, just doesn't really light my fire. Since I know it's so healthy for me I try to eat it regularly so when I'm in a hurry I tend to just make up this easy soup below. Also as a snack afterwards I chew on a roasted walnuts with the cuppa of herbal tea.
We've been so busy the last while it's been hard to get to everything. Our new site is beginning to take shape and now it's time to get all our recipes into a fit state. So here's to lots of deliciousness coming your way. First off an autumnal and warming soup, very welcoming coming in home leaving the biting chill behind.
So for that little indulgence when the chocolate longing comes knocking at the door, give them a try and it won't be long before they are one of your Panty-Go-To snacks, forever. OK if you don't like peanut butter or chocolate then you're not going to do that, but you know what I mean.
I fell in love with these beauties from the first day I made them. Partly because they are:-