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Ok so these nachos aren’t exclusive to Friday nights but in our household, they do tend to be our go-to dish after a long week. They also work well for movie nights, parties or if you simply have no inclination to be tied to the oven all evening.
I‘ve always preferred sweet food over savoury. Whilst traditional British food can often leave a lot to be desired, our puddings have always managed to shine. From Victoria Sponges and Lemon Drizzle Cake to Jam Roly Poly and Queens Pudding, they are the perfect Autumnal comfort food for a sweet tooth like me (I have no idea if these particular dishes are actually native to Britain so don’t @ me – just relax and enjoy the recipe).
One of my favourite things about Easter is the confectionary. Of course, I do appreciate that it also has very important, deeper meaning but my sweet tooth is grateful that modern tradition dictates that the supermarket shelves are bursting with a wonderful array of chocolatey goods.
This brownie recipe is my all-time favourite bake and originally uses mint chocolate chips but I thought I’d be adventurous and adapt it to the Easter season by swapping them for Cadburys Creme Eggs and Mini Eggs. The end result was a pleasant, gooey surprise and these brownies are super easy to make; why not give them a go yourself this weekend?