Try these great recipes from www.ilovecooking.ie
Crunchie Rocky Road with marshmallow chunks -This is a classic melt and mix recipe, that always goes down well with little effort on the host’s behalf. Our kind of crowd pleaser!
Slow Roast Lamb
Shredded Slow Roasted Lamb - Lamb shoulder marinated overnight in lemon, garlic and spices then slow roasted and glazed with sticky pomegranate reduction. Pulled apart and served with pomegranate seeds and fresh herbs.
No Bake Chocolate Cheesecake
Mini No Bake Chocolate Cheesecakes. These single serving cheesecakes are so simple to make and they don’t require any baking.
Carmelised Onion & Goat’s Cheese Tart - Crunchy pastry, oozy cheese and sweet, sweet onions – what better to offer guests than wedges of this amazing tart.
Rich Tea Biscuits
Chocolate Biscuit Cake
Use up leftover chocolate from Easter in this easy no-bake chocolate biscuit cake filled with digestives, rich tea biscuits and Maltesers.
Delicious vanilla cake layers coloured in lovely pastel shades, then finished off with a lovely vanilla buttercream and a chocolate drizzle. This cake is a beautiful centrepiece for your Easter table!
Carrot And Walnut Cake
Carrot cake is a firm favourite, and what’s better? It’s really simple to make. We use pecan nuts in this recipe, but you could try walnuts instead. You could also add raisins if you like!
Carrot and Sesame Salad - This zingy salad is a fabulous alternative to coleslaw. It keeps well at room temperature, and is easy to increase or decrease the volume, depending on what you need.
Perfect Pavlova with Passionfruit - If you want a centerpiece dessert with wow factor, then pavlova is an easy solution. This recipe is easy, and works with whatever toppings you fancy.
Making your own honeycomb is a fun experiment that kids will love, and the reward is a sweet and crunchy golden treat.