Tea Time Treats is a collection of some of the best and tastiest recipes to be found on food blogs around the internet. September’s theme was one pot cooking meals, and here’s what my bloggy friends came up with!
I’ve been a bit frantic of late what with shooting a Looe Music Festival, trying to pick and process everything from the garden & poly-tunnel in good time and then running off to Dorset to visit River Cottage for a bloggers event last week (more to come on that one soon!). However the diary looks deliciously quiet for October so I’m hoping to have lots of time available to catch up with things here on the blog and around the house!
Big thanks to everyone that entered this months Tea Time Treats Linky Party. September is always a quiet month for Tea Time Treats, but I like to think that we’ve gone for quality over quantity :) Do be sure to pop over to Karen at Lavender & Lovage tomorrow to discover her theme for August.
See ya soon!
First up are these Slow Cooker Chipotle Chilli Beans which I swear my imagination could actually smell! This recipe comes from Tales from the Kitchen Shed and is definitely one to bookmark as the year gets colder.
Secondly we have a Traditional Swedish Sausage Dish all the way from Kitchen of Kiki. Comfort food right there :)
Janet from The Taste Space had entered this Roasted Ratatouille with Basil Pistou. This is a perfectly seasonal dish making use of all the freshest produce of the moment which means it’s a budget buster to boot.
Teri from Gone Walkabout has teased me with this Bacon Quiche that has a unique spin on regular pastry. Be sure to check it out to learn her secret ;)
More comfort food, this time from Casa Costello, with her Bacon, Balsamic and Black Pudding Risotto. I want this for tea, and I’d happily scoff any leftover for breakfast too ;) The Peachicks Bakery are offering this rather tempting Slow Cooker Rosemary & Garlic Lamb Breast. Can you imagine how good your kitchen would smell coming home after a long day at work to this bubbling away in the slow cooker? Deelish!The lovely Claire from Foodie Quine (who I met for the first time last week at River Cottage) has shared her Orange and Lemon Chicken Bake. There’s amazing flavours going on in this one pot wonder, be sure to bookmark or pin as you’re not going to want to miss out!
And finally we have these tasty looking dishes from Janice at Farmersgirl Kitchen. Firstly she shared her Tortilla Bake which is a genius spin on traditional fajita’s…
Next up are these Honey and Peanut Butter Flapjacks. A recipe from HFW’s book River Cottage Everyday (I swear this post isn’t being sponsored by River Cottage :) ) that look like they could kill a sweet craving in a heartbeat. There’s a fair chance that, like me when I originally read her slow cooker recipe for Cloutie Dumplings, that you’ll have no idea what one is. I suggest you pop over there to find out, and do say Hi whilst you’re there!
And finally we have a Lentil, Cheese and Stuffing Loaf. Lots of yummy flavours that I’m pretty sure the whole family would love :)
And there you have it, my small but perfectly formed Tea Time Treats offering for September! Karen, it’s over to you ;)