Feeding my hungry husband, one meal at a time.

Recipes

Sarah Graham’s Sugar & Gluten Free Banana Bread

Sarah Graham’s Sugar & Gluten Free Banana Bread

The month of October brought a lot of changes in the MHH household. I started the first month of P90X3 and hungrybae and I started eating a lot healthier. What do I mean by healthier? Well I started making salads every single day and paired […]

Hummingbird Slice

Hummingbird Slice

I really wanted to bake something with pineapple and carrot and so my hunt for a cake/loaf/bread began. It ended once I found this Hummingbird Slice from Food To Love. I used fresh pineapple instead of tinned but make sure you squeeze out the excess […]

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

I’ve been trying to eat healthier and curbing the bad snacks have been a huge part of that. No more chips, biscuits and chocolates! But everyone now and then I do want to have something sweet and these are just sweet enough to get over […]

How To: Entertaining 101

How To: Entertaining 101

Approximately two weekends ago I hosted a lunch for my Mother’s birthday. I ran a poll on instagram to see if you were interested in just the recipes only or wanted to know more about the process, how I plan my menu, control my budget […]

Choc Chip Cookies

Choc Chip Cookies

It has occurred to me that in all the time I have had my blog, I’ve never made choc chip cookies. I like to bake but mostly muffins, cupcakes, banana bread loaves etc. as I find cookies to be “too much effort”. I put those […]

Savoury Cheese & Spring Onion Scones

Savoury Cheese & Spring Onion Scones

I whipped these up on the morning of Eid for breakfast! These are such a nice change from sweet scones, serve them with caramelised onion or tomato jam and a variety of cheeses. You can find the original recipe here. INGREDIENTS: 225g self raising flour […]

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

I saw something similar to this on an episode of First We Feast (on YouTube) and wanted to replicate it. The maas/buttermilk helps to tenderise the chicken, its simple, quick and easy with much less fuss than trying to breadcrumb the chicken. I have another […]

Mini Bar One Cakes

Mini Bar One Cakes

This is my fourth recipe using Fair Cape Dairies Amasi, and it comes in time for Eid! I love how versatile this recipe is. These little chocolate clouds can be topped with bar one ganache, dark chocolate and candied orange, aero bubbly, caramel treat or […]

Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon Rolls

I’ve wanted to make these for so long but a few things always stopped me; I don’t have a stand mixer, I don’t want to wait 2 hours for dough to prove and I don’t want a super sweet cinnamon roll that is going to […]

Homemade Cream Cheese

Homemade Cream Cheese

By now you would know that I am on an Amasi cooking and baking journey! Fair Cape Dairies sent me some Amasi to try and I’ve used it to make the following recipes: Cinnamon Pancakes and this Khuri Kitchrie Thali. When I posted the first recipe […]