The sun is shining, the mood is good. Here at Mums In Real Life, we’re preparing to get saucy for the weeks ahead. The aim will be to complement our healthy lifestyle with additional deliciousness. We’re talking sauces, dips and dressings and we can’t wait to get started!
We are therefore kicking off with this ever so simple, yet scrummy salad dressing. Things don’t get easier than this.
Pour 150ml Olive Oil into a jar/bowl. Add 2tbsp of Dijon Mustard along with 2 tsp of mixed herbs. Season well and stir.
Here at Mums In Real Life, we love a gimmick and nothing quite beats a good ‘ spiralling’ session!! Not only is it fun (the kids LOVE watching!), but it gets the kids eating their superfoods too and…they just look so so pretty!!
We have the Hemsley & Hemsley model, although there are plenty of others about!!
If you’re not sick of Pancakes by now, I recommend giving this recipe a go if you fancy trying something a bit different!
Now with this one, you can have the filling of your choice. I opted for mince and spinach as this is what I had to hand. I browned off the mince (no oil) and added some chopped up cherry tomatoes and garlic. Next I added a big blob of tomato purée, a generous dash of water and a good twist of pepper. I left to simmer for 15 minutes. At the end of cooking I added a large layer of spinach on top and put a lid on it.
Using left over pancake mix, I made up 4 large pancakes. Once cooked, I placed one onto a baking tray and put the mince filling in the middle (just like how you’d make a wrap). I repeated this for all of the pancakes.
Next, I added a couple of tablespoons of Sour Cream onto each wrapped pancake, grating mature Cheddar on afterwards.
They then went into a preheated oven (180•C) for 20 minutes.
I simply plated up onto a large lettuce leaf, with a big dose of extra hot chilli sauce on the side!!