Food waste is a real problem & together with my friends at Baker Street we’re passionate about doing something about it. With the cost-of-living crisis surging on, there’s no time like the present to take the steps to reduce waste, cut costs and help the environment!
Up your family’s sandwich game with these fun, tasty and nutritious open rye bread sandwiches. Rye bread is such a fantastic source of fibre and Baker Street’s Seeded Rye Bread is packed with sunflower seeds and linseeds for added goodness – and crunch! Give your leftover sausages from last night’s dinner a makeover in this easy toast idea from Baker Street. Post Views: 141
These chicken and veg hot dogs are perfect for a kid’s party, BBQ or family Friday film night! Plus, they are so quick and easy to prepare – simply pop all the ingredients in a food processor and you’re ready to roll! Post Views: 648
This savoury casserole baked with eggs, cheese, bacon and tomatoes is the most delicious way to use up any leftover bread. So, if you’ve got a few slices of leftover loaf hanging around please don’t chuck it. Here Annabel’s used Baker Street Sliced White Load and supercharged those slices into something truly special. For a similar recipe to help tackle food waste, try this exclusive Baker Street Leftover Ham & Vegetable Bake. Post Views: 294
Revamp vegetables which are slightly past their best by roasting them in the oven. Packed with loads of nutrients from the different veggies and a punch of taste from the caramelisation roasting brings, enjoy this winter warmer essential, suitable for the whole family! Post Views: 690
This recipe is the perfect energy boost, and a great way to use up those overripe bananas (the more brown spots the better!) Making this Banana & Carrot Bread is also a great after school activity for your keen little bakers. This is an exclusive recipe from Annabel’s Weaning Made Simple recipe book. Post Views: 2,291
These frittata muffins are so simple to make and very versatile, making them the ideal recipe for using up leftovers. Choose from Chicken, Tomato, Spinach and Spring Onion, or Tuna, Sweetcorn, Tomato and Broccoli, perhaps Potato, Pea, Tomato and Cheese is more to your little one’s taste, or you could pack in the Omega-3’s with the Salmon, Cheddar, Tomato and Basil version… or even better make up your own concoction! Post Views: 5,493
Wondering what to do with those few leftover broccoli florets? Looking for a quick and delicious meal for your baby? You’re in luck! Using one-pot, 4-ingredients, and made in less than 15 minutes, what’s not to love? Post Views: 10,873
You won’t want to fritter away any more time not making these delicious chicken, sweetcorn and tomato buttermilk fritters. This is the perfect quick and easy meal to use up that leftover roast chicken from the weekend! Post Views: 1,589
If you ever find yourself with leftover mashed potato, this Salmon & Veggie Bites recipe might just be your new go-to! Salmon contains many essential nutrients for babies and children including, omega-3 essential fatty acids so aim to feed your little ones two portions of fish per week to keep them swimming along nicely! Post Views: 1,922
The whole family will love this Herby Chicken Nuggets recipe. Enlisting the help of a sprializer will add some serious oomph to leftover veggies! Simply baking sweet potato curls in the oven with a little oil and salt and pepper or herbs turns them into the most delectable dish (and adds oodles of child appeal to everyday vegetables). If you don’t have a spiralizer you can grate ribbons with a vegetable peeler instead. For another delicious way to serve sweet potatoes, try these Parmesan Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges Post Views: 207
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