You see, Sunday, is all about Sunday lunch, and most importantly, Sunday pudding.
It’s the time where I put my creative head on and rustle up all sorts of marvels from some flour, sugar and eggs.
Oh, and cream and chocolate too.
Well this Sunday things were a bit different. I can’t remember what happened but I wasn’t my usual self and after lunch Little Miss Green was looking expectantly for her best part of the day.
The thing was, there wasn’t a pudding to be had.
I shuffled out to the secret stash of emergency ‘feel good’ food and found the remains of last week’s chocolate crunch:
Not exactly Michelin star quality is it?
And what’s more a sad, folorn cat looked at the dry chocolate crunch, then looked to me expectantly like this:
And that’s when I decided that I, Mrs Green, could recycle the Sunday pudding.
I added a generous layer of whipped cream:
Topped it with blueberry jam:
And grated some chocolate over the top:
Et Voila! Michelin Star quality pudding that might not be good for the arteries, but it’s good for the taste buds!
What about you – what food have you ‘recycled’ recently?
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