Monday, March 3, 2014

Whats in my... kitchen, March 2014

I am linking this post in with the lovely Fig Jam and Lime Cordial's monthly In My Kitchen event.

In my kitchen is...

A collection of ice block moulds, Decor and Ikea brands. Technically for Ellie, but Mr Fork has been known to steal them on occasion. It seems she has been teething forever, and cold food helps her so I simply blend up whatever fruits I have handy, add a little water if required and stick them in the freezer. Delicious, healthy, frozen treats, perfect for sore little gums. She loves them!
Ice block moulds
In my kitchen is...

Apple crumble, to take advantage of the change in season. I love the colder months - food wise it means warm desserts and rich, comforting foods. This is taken pre-baking and it was served with a side of ice-cream. Yummy! Quite frankly it's a hit with people big and small.
Crumbly goodness.
In my kitchen is...

Comfort food. Lasagne, ready to be baked and then served. This is a vegetable lasagne, chock full of silver beet, carrots, red lentils, mushrooms and other vegetables that looked a little sad. This dish will keep Ellie in dinners for ages. It freezes well and is a hit. I'm happy because it's pretty healthy, stores well and she just gobbles it down when it's served.
Lasagne
In my kitchen is...

A secret stash of mini MaltEaster bunnies which I have hidden away from the toddler and the husband for my own personal consumption. This was a surprise present from an awesome person who knows just what I love!
MaltEaster bunnies - too addictive for words
In my kitchen is...

T2 relax tea, which is enjoyable to drink as the weather turns colder. Full of chamomile and other delicious things, this is one of my favourite ways to wind down in the evenings. Sounds a bit nana-like doesn't it?!
Relax!

What is in your kitchen?

8 comments:

  1. Love those popsicle molds- I used to make them for my boys- they were also very good for when they played baseball and got hit in the mouth with a ball- which happened far more often than you would think.

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    1. Thank you! I love bright coloured things. Knowing my level of coordination, it's a good tip to put away for future reference too!

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  2. Malteser Easter bunnies! :) That made me smile! And your crumble and lasagne look delicious - perfect for Autumn, although I can't imagine it's cool in Brissie yet? Love T2 teas, but then again, I am a bit of an old nanna.. ;-) Lovely to have you joining in!

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    1. Thank you for having me! Oh seriously if you haven't tried those bunnies, you should... they are addictive though! Well... it's cooler than it was in Summer, which is a nice excuse for crumbles and comfort food in my book :-)

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  3. How did the lasagna end up going? Also I can confirm that the crumble was delicious!

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    1. It was pretty tasty! Gooey, cheesy and pretty good looking if I do say so myself! :-)

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  4. G'day Love your ice blog and yum re lasagna too!
    Those choc bunnies make me smile every time I see time, true!
    Thank you for this month's kitchen view!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  5. Ah, lasagne and apple crumble. Two of my favourite comfort foods. Even better if served on the same day :)

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