Like I said in my first Meat Free Feb post, I didn’t manage to document all of my meals as for some of the month I was away in Manchester – I am a Scentsy consultant and our World Tour conference was over a weekend in February. I’m sure that cheese sandwiches and Waitrose sweet potato parcels aren’t as exciting as proper meals so I didn’t document those!
Category: yummy things
Meat Free February – Week 2
Like I said in my previous Meat Free Feb post, I didn’t manage to capture everything I ate, but this is what I ate for my dinners in the second week of Meat Free February:
Bake: Chocolate Ganache Cake
I am known in my office for my cakes and it has become a habit for me to bake when there are birthdays, people leaving etc. Last week I baked a lemon drizzle bundt cake which went down incredibly well and as it is one of the guys in my department’s birthdays today (and a big one at that since he is just short of 6 months younger than me) I thought I’d bake something for him!
Meat Free February – Week 1
At the start of this month I decided to challenge myself to not eat meat for a month. I ignored the mockery from some people and thought that instead I would be strong and see if I could do it. I have less than a week left, so decided to share with you what I’ve been eating. I haven’t got pictures from every single day as I was away in Manchester last week and was out on Friday and Saturday this week and have excuses from other times, but don’t worry I’ve not slipped up once!
Anyway, I thought that I would share with you what I was eating for the first part of the month:
Make: Quick, Cheap and Easy Christmas Treat – Peppermint Bark
I’ve seen lots of different sweet gifts made over the years and this year, inspired by Pinterest (are you on there? Come follow my boards!) I thought I’d make some Peppermint Bark. It is a simple, cheap and quick thing to make and would be make a great gift in a cellophane bag tied with a bow.
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