Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Best Blogger Recipes: Ones to Try


In my 15 Things in 2015 post I mentioned that I wanted to start cooking more blogger recipes as I have loads in my Bloglovin' likes. I did a post about the ones I've tried and tested back in November, so go to that one to see the recipes which I know work!


First up is this Spinach & Lentil Curry by Amy Liz which seems to be stunningly simple, yet tasty and healthy. It'll freeze well, and fits into my unofficial plan of eating vegetarian one day a week in order to save money and hopefully be a bit healthy. 


I am a huge fan of substituting vegetables for carbs as a way of eating food which feels naughty, but is actually a lot healthier. This aubergine cannelloni recipe looks fantastic from Janey at Slice of Slim. She posts Weight Watchers recipes, so I know that this one will be low in fat and calories as well as being tasty. It's basically bolognese wrapped up with spinach and cream cheese in aubergine slices then covered in melted cheese. Yum.


Just look at that picture. Eggs, cheese and mushrooms in bread. I'm drooling! It's officially called Wild Mushroom & Gruyere Egg Baskets and it was created by The Londoner (of course). This needs to happen one weekend morning, and soon I hope.


This is a very savoury recipes to try post so far, so to give some sweetness is this White Chocolate & Strawberry Bread & Butter Pudding by Sammie at Little Blonde Life. My Dad really hates raisins, so whenever I normally make bread and butter pudding it means that just my Mum and I have to eat it all to ourselves, but this bread and butter pudding doesn't have any raisins in it whatsoever, so it's perfectly Dad friendly! The use of strawberries and white chocolate also means that it's a bit summery, so this will be one that I'll make when it gets a bit sunnier. Looks gorgeous though.


I am still completely obsessed with my slow cooker, so finding new recipes for it always makes me excited, and this Slow Cooker Beef Rendang from Nine Grand Student looks amazing. It's very different from my usual soups and stews that I make in the slow cooker, and I love that you make the thai paste from scratch in a very budget friendly way. This is another one which will freeze well.


So that's 5 of the recipes that I have liked on Bloglovin' which I can't wait to try out myself. Are there any others which I've missed and you think I need to try? Or does anyone have any slow cooker recipes which I can try? So obsessed...

Rachel x
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  1. The Rendang does freeze well, in fact its almost better the second time around! Thanks for including me lovely! x

    NINEGRANDSTUDENT: A Student Lifestyle Blog

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    1. That's good to know, love a recipe which is better the second time around! Going to make that next weekend I think, can't wait to try it! x

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  2. Thanks for sharing, these look so good! I love finding new food blogs :) x

    Jasmin Charlotte | UK Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Thanks for commenting! I love to find them too, which is why I like to share them x

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  3. Blogger recipes are some of my favourites to try! I hope you have lots of luck with these!

    ~ K

    www.crumbsinthebed.com

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    1. Mine too, mainly because they usually only include reasonably priced ingredients, unlike professional recipes! x

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  4. Oh my gosh all of these looks so amazing! I really wish that I could try this out but honestly I am a disaster in the kitchen

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    1. It's worth a go, you might not be as bad as you think. Or you could give them to someone who does cook ;-) x

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  5. Oh my goodness the white chocolate and strawberry bread and butter pudding looks like the most amazing thing! I need to try this :)
    Sass xxx

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    1. It really does doesn't it! I can't wait to give it a go! x

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