1. Homemade Gingerbread Latte
I'm not a coffee drinker but I am bit partial to some of the autumn/winter drinks that weave their way into our coffee shops every day. However, they're expensive and packed full of empty calories, sugar and saturated fat so this year I want to learn to make my own version of my favourites, starting with a gingerbread latte.
Lunch is the meal I most struggle with, as I'm busy working so don't have a long time to set aside to cook, though I still want something yummy and homemade. I've been looking for some nice lunch time ideas and I'm excited to make Rachael Ray's smoked salmon hash.
(Update: I actually made this for lunch today and it was lovely)
I loooove banana bread and my best friends makes an amazing loaf, though I've never tried it myself! I think it's about time to give it a go and see what I can rustle up.
Believe it or not, as they're currently a hot topic in cooking, I've never made a galette! I wanted to try one out and this recipe, featuring prosciutto, onion, walnuts and blue cheese sounds amazing.
Another classic recipe I've never tried, I'm dying to cook this in my slow cooker an serve it with some lovely, fluffy rice.
So there you go, five recipes I'm planning on cooking over the next couple of weeks! I'll be back soon with another five recipes that are perfect to cook during autumn, but until then let me know, do you fancy cooking any of these?