This is another recipe from the australian womans weekly, Mum said she used to make this and raves about it. mum served it on its own, but it says you can have it on its own, with fruit or with sponge fingers.
We were at a friends last night and my mum was saying how she longs for the recipe books we left in New Zealand. Our friend happened to have some and mum was speechless, this recipe is one mum used to make and i LOVE it to pieces. i am posting it so i have it for when we give the book back. it's from a Australian womans weekly. these recipes never fail
These are probably the best brownies I have ever eaten, I got it out of a recipe book when I made my ice cream sandwiches and had left over brownie. I started munching it and so did my brother. We were fighting over who got the last piece. LOL. You won't be disappointed.
At boarding school we have to make do with what we can buy down at the local supermarket, this has become a favourite of ours, I also made it last night for my brother and his friends who were up for his 21st and they all comented on it. all ingredients are approx
Last Christmas, my grandma put this dish on the table, only to receive a few odd looks, she said these were the ingredients she had left over and had to do something with them, surprisingly it works incredibly well.
Yesterday we were having a roast and made this as a side dish, normally for just plain cauliflower cheese you would use more cauliflower instead of broccoli, but this was very tasty and incredibly high in anti-cancer foods
My Mum makes a great tuna pasta bake, but since i found out of my intollerance to gluten i have had to find another recipe, i found this on wheat-free.org, havnt tried it yet but i intend to once i get back from spain
I go to boarding school and we have some odd combinations there, but one of my favourites is this sauce we mix on our plates and serve with hot chips, it does look really nasty however, but it tastes great