Free Meals for Kids

It's February half-term, and the council wants to make sure that all children and young adults in the borough have access to FREE nutritious meals throughout the holiday. There are multiple locations across the borough serving food with no age … [Read more...]

Veganuary Inspiration

Did you know that last year Veganuary inspired and supported another 620,000 people to try a vegan diet during January 2022 with participants from over 220 countries? Launched in 2014, research shows Veganuary has helped millions of people change the … [Read more...]

What a Pavlova

If you have the time and inclination, you can create a wonderful Pavlova for any occasion. Without any of the perceived palaver. Perfect all year round, you can use whatever is in-season fruit-wise or make it even easier and cheat with frozen berries or … [Read more...]

Apple & Blackberry Crumble

This seasonal apple and blackberry crumble is a comforting family pud for any time of the week. Top tip Pre-cooking the topping will make it extra-crispy while retaining the fruit's lovely texture. Ingredients For the crumble topping 120g … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Magic

Years ago, my father-in-law gave me a Slow Cooker for Christmas. Some would say that this was a chauvinistic and demeaning gift. I, however, did not see it this way. In fact, what he'd thoughtfully given me was time. Time not spent in the kitchen prepping … [Read more...]

Tuna Fritters

These super easy tuna, sweetcorn and spring onion fritters make for a really family-friendly meal and can be served for brunch, lunch or dinner. Add some little chilli flakes or cajun spice for a bit of spice. They are filling, wont break the bank … [Read more...]

Best Winter BBQ Guide

I'm a sucker for a BBQ and even more so in Winter and Autumn when you can curl up under blankets and sit out under the stars and eat al fresco keeping warm with comfort food. Take a look below at our top dishes for a winter BBQ and quirky English take on … [Read more...]

Easy Pumpkin Pie

Are you carving pumpkins this Halloween? Tried of not knowing what to do with the flesh? Then this is for you! Our easy pumpkin pie is one of the easiest pie recipes that we have in the Greenwichmums Cookbook. It's full of Autumn flavour and … [Read more...]

Your Daily Bread

Our fuss-free no yeast bread recipe is great when you're short of time or in an emergency situation. Its a variation of soda bread and uses baking powder and milk rather than buttermilk and bicarb. You can make a vegan version using soy or nut milk and … [Read more...]

Free Kids Meals

Royal Greenwich Council is again providing free nourishing meals to school-aged kiddies during the six weeks to combat holiday hunger. Meals will be available at 16 locations, throughout the borough, every weekday, until 30 August. You don't need … [Read more...]

HelloFresh Goodbye Mealtime Boredom

HelloFresh Goodbye Mealtime Boredom Back in October last year GreenwichDad set me a challenge - to start meal planning. I’m awful at running a house and freely admit my husband makes for a better housewife than me. Our midweek meals were boring, … [Read more...]

Bad Brownie

For the Badest Brownie in town look no further than our recipe below. Perfect for when you've got a real craving for chocolate. As it contains so much! Chuck in a tot of whiskey, Brandy or Baileys for a very naughty twist! You'll Need 185g unsalted … [Read more...]

Celebrate Chocolate Week

So here it is chocolate fans, the week of all weeks. Chocolate Week! 15th - 22nd of October. That's seven full days of pure indulgement. Wispa, Dairy Milk, Topic, Crunchie, Twix, Mars, Snickers KitKat, Green & Blacks. OMG, so many bars so little … [Read more...]

Yummy Autumn Plum Crumble

Sticky sweet plums are one of my favourite fruits for this time of year and when baked, especially in a crumble make for one of the cosiest desserts ever. Team with custard, cream or even ice cream or add chunks of Rhubarb for a sour kick. Maybe even a … [Read more...]

Vegetable Bake Brilliance

Nothing beats a huge vegetable bake to help break up mid-week meal boredom. Its one of those dishes where you can practically add any veg that you have and need to use up. Spice it up by adding chopped tomatoes and some chilli flakes or serve it as is, … [Read more...]

Lovely Leek Soup

From the allium family and the skinny cousin of the onion, garlic and shallot. Leeks are really versatile and in season. Our Lovely Leek soup serves four and can be used as a starter or as a quick mid-week meal when your not looking for anything heavy but … [Read more...]

Tally Ho For Pimms Lollies!

Serve these naughty little Pimms lollies instead of a bigger dessert at a summer barbecue and you'll be the hostess with the mostess. Remember you'll need lolly sticks and lolly moulds. Alternatively, you can use larger shot glasses as the moulds: place … [Read more...]

Courgette you can with Gratin

This simple gratin makes a great side dish for well anything really. It’s creamy and full of summer flavour without being too rich. Serve with a big salad for a light supper. Or as a side dish with grilled chicken or BBQ fish. Preparation time is less … [Read more...]

June Means Strawberries

Strawberries are no doubt summer's stand-out sensation, but it's just not tennis without the rest of the seasonal berries. Broad beans, tomatoes and fresh peas are also unmissable in June too. Although I'm a cheese and pickle girl at heart, Id never say … [Read more...]

Allergy Friendly Easter Treats for Families

When you need to cater for a family member with allergies Easter and Christmas can, let's face it, be awkward, to say the least. Given that both holidays centre heavily around food it's never any fun if you or your child feel left out. Our Allergy … [Read more...]