We are pretty sure that many of us have become overnight Masterchefs during the Circuit Breaker and have been trying out new cooking ideas from all over the internet. Here, we have another one to add to your repertoire of recipes; the outrageously easy yet lip-smackingly delicious Pigs in a Blanket. For the uninitiated, Pigs in a Blanket are essentially little pastry sausage rolls.
The recipe only requires 3 ingredients, so it’s really easy to put together. These little golden-brown morsels of joy are incredibly addictive; you won’t be able to stop binging on these once they’re done in the oven!
There are just those days when lunch wasn’t enough and you’re just itching to stuff your face with some messy, sinful chocolate cake. Not just any chocolate cake, though. It’s got to be one so rich and decadent that you end up with a sore throat.
Four words — chocolate lava mug cake. Or maybe five, if you toss in the word “microwave” at the front. That’s right, in less than 10 easy steps and with the help of a microwave, you’ll have a divine treat set before you.
Here’s a quick recipe on how to make your very own chocolate lava mug cake at home!
Own an air fryer and are looking for new recipes to try while you’re stuck at home during the Circuit Breaker? We have a quick and easy one for you to try.
If you love fried food but are trying to watch your weight, an air fryer is a must-have appliance in your kitchen. Air-fried food is in general healthier than deep-fried food and is lower in fat, calories and potentially harmful compounds that you can usually find in fried food.
For those of you who own an air fryer, try this fast and delicious air-fried sweet potato fries recipe at home; these fries taste as good as the ones you can get in a cafe!
If you’re already a cooking whizz, getting through mealtimes during the Circuit Breaker won’t be much of a problem for you. However, if you have two left feet in the kitchen and are constantly accidentally breaking or setting things on fire, this month-long stay-home period may be a bit of a problem for you.
Fret not, as there are actually a number of recipes out there that do not require you to use a stove or anything else that may potentially burn down your house. Sometimes, all you just need is a microwave, and if you love scrambled eggs, we have a quick and easy recipe for microwaved scrambled eggs. You can easily whip these up for breakfast or a midday snack while you work from home.