It’s been a busy month for Credit Crunch Munch and here is the round up. Big thanks to Camilla at Fab Food 4 All and Helen at Fuss Free Flavours for letting Dinner With Crayons host this popular event thank you to everyone who took part.
Helen will be hosting Credit Crunch Munch herself in December – with a special challenge. Details at the bottom of this post.
First up in early November using up that post Halloween pumpkin was Pumpkin Fruit Cake by Fab Food 4 All
Winter warmer Frugal sausage and bean casserole by Anne’s Kitchen
Butternut with honey mustard yogurt dressing on gram flour pancakes in this Diwali Breakfast by Deena Kakaya
Super sounding mid week supper: Potato and sausage hubble bubble by Onions and Paper
Middle Eastern flavours in Lamb apricot tagine by Eat Your Veg
Packing 5 a day into Kids’ bolognaise by Eat Your Veg
Glamorous French cheese on toast: Tartine with Bacon, Goat’s Cheese and Caramelised Red Onion by Delicieux
Tempting chocolate drizzled apricot and walnut shortbread fingers by I’d Much Rather Bake Than
Spicy soup suggestion: Curried root vegetable soup by Fab Food 4 All
Vegetables in biscuits aren’t an obvious thing but these vegan parsnip and date cookies by Allotment 2 Kitchen look most tempting.
Homely yet sophisticated: Simply rye soda bread rolls by How to Cook Good Food
Quick pud in a jar: Instant orange cheesecakes by Fab Food 4 All
More than meringue: Rhubarb meringue tart by Pebble Soup
Amazing minestrone, chock full of veggies: Minestrone Super Soup by Eat Your Veg
Layers of flavour and texture in Nazima’s Roasted squash with crispy moong sprouts and coriander pistachio pesto at Franglais Kitchen
Healthy breakfast Stewed prunes with orange and cinnamon by Taste Space
Country style garlic mushroom parsley pasta by Allotment 2 Kitchen – is that the farmer?
Less obvious than lemon drizzle, easy iced lime cake by Fab Food 4 All
Loving the pastry details on these ham cheese and sweetcorn turnovers by Fab Food 4 All
My own contribution: Smokey cheese and parsnip mash by Dinner With Crayons (we just had these as a side with our Sunday lunch again!)
Pastry parcel of loveliness: cabbage coulibac at Onions and Paper.
Exotic flavours in Kim Chi Chickpea Flour Pancakes by TasteSpace
Alternative to mince pies – Christmas Cake Tarts by Laura at How to Cook Good Food
Most inviting cauliflower cheese soup by View from the Table
Restaurant worthy tagliatelle with lamb’s liver by Bangers & Mash
Soothing snack… sweetcorn fritters by Searching for Spice
and finally, a stonking roast chicken and ham pie with suet dumpling crust by Karen at Lavender and Lovage …hmm I have leftover cooked chicken and ham in my fridge and might have to try something like this.
Thanks to everyone who took part in this month’s Credit Crunch Munch!
December’s Credit Crunch Munch is being hosted by Helen at Fuss Free Flavours – Helen is setting a special challenge this month asking bloggers to make their recipes especially frugal this month and donate to their local food banks this Christmas.