Sponsored Post by We Are What We Eat
I was recently introduced to We Are What We Eat, and I couldn’t wait to share it with you guys. Basically, they are a website dedicated to reminding New Zealanders how easy it is to cook decent meals, and still have time for family afterwards.
I sometimes feel like I am the laziest, and most BORING person ever. I can NEVER think of what to feed myself OR my kids. I always end up Googling it, and totally losing the plot with options from around the world. By that stage the kids are screaming and hungry and I still haven’t made dinner … #mumfail
In my mind, cooking should be three things: fun, easy and quick. Actually there should be a fourth option – cooked by a chef. But alas, I can’t afford a chef.
We Are What We Eat has brilliantly combined a collection of recipes, Annabel Langbein, and a super helpful website, to help us think outside of the box and make cooking those three things: fun, easy and quick.
I have two very fussy eaters, so when I was browsing We Are What We Eat I was excited. Wait until you see what I made below, and you will see why …
HOW IT WORKS
After searching through the We Are What We Eat website, I found several recipes I wanted to make. I managed to narrow it down to three, but realised I didn’t have some of the ingredients. So we all know what that means …
*cough* 5 min trip down the road *cough*
The website itself is BRILLIANT in that sense – you search through the recipes (which are UH-MAZING), and when you find one that you love, you add it to your recipe collection.
If you don’t have the ingredients, you can simply add it to your Shopping List, and then you can TEXT MESSAGE this shopping list to yourself. Oh man, you have no idea how amazing that is. I am FOREVER forgetting what I need.
MY TOP THREE
I may or may not have had myself in mind when I chose them HAHA …
- Hundreds & Thousands – White Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake
- Terrific Truffles
- Potato & Egmont Cheese Crisps
If you follow me on Instagram, or Facebook, you may have seen me posting about these as I made them. I was INCREDIBLY impressed with how easy these were to make. And how well they went down with the kids (and with us big kids).
Check out this sweet-as sponsored video on how to make Little Haloumi Grillas:
I seriously recommend you guys checking out We Are What We Eat . My page is all about saving you from therapy one activity at a time. Well We Are What We Eat is all about saving you one RECIPE at a time.
Here are the links to check out We Are What We Eat on the world wide web:
Get creating guys and come and share what you’ve made with me!!!
You guys know me – even though this is a sponsored post, all thoughts and opinions are my own.