We’ve been a bit lacking in inspiration lately on the food front, so I was really pleased to be asked to review the Annabel Karmel iPhone App.
The App has 120 recipes, which can be searched for by age, ingredient or allergy requirement. There are also handy tips for each age range. Z and S were most pleased with the dessert selection, we have puddings planned out for the next month or so.
I thought the App was fantastic, its just so easy to scroll through recipes when out and about and see what ingredients you need to buy.
These butternut squash and maple syrup muffins were very easy to make and Z loved having them as part of his school packed lunch.
i loved the tomato and rice soup. We made a big batch over the weekend and the girls and I had it for lunch in the week. The rice made it really filling, which has been great in this cold weather.
This pizza using english muffins as a base made a really easy tea one night after a busy day.
The app lets you plan meals and add ingredients to a shopping list. It couldn’t be easier.
Big thumbs up from our house.
We were given a copy of the app free of charge, all words and opinions are my own.