MrsBsBlog wrote: »
Good morning all.
Just popping in to update siggy and my spends for this month.
Well i`ve come in at £381.04:j:j:j for this month, so under budget, but a few things will carry over to next month, i`m hoping:D. We will see as it`s half term next week and as we all know the kids always have bottomless bellies, during this time.
Please MRSM could you put me down for £400 once again for June. I`m trying my best to reduce this further, but I think i`m struggling for some reason. I write everything down, have a meal plan, cook almost everything from scratch, but doesn`t seem to work. The kids are constantly hungry, although they both have big adult size meals and snack on fruit and have sandwiches, cerals(fillers like porridge) etc in between meals. It`s not working, if anybody is in the same situation as me with 2 growing angels, could you let me know your secret, as I am pulling my hair out how to fill them up. i know next week will be one contant stream of mum i`m hungry.
Catch you all later.
greent wrote: »
I've got a jar of (just) OOD apricot jam in my fridge (bought for Xmas cake - \I always do a fruit top, not icing)
\We're not fond of it on toast etc so I thought I could use it up in microwave jam pudding - you know, shove the jam and the sponge mix into a bowl and nuke it..... except I can't find a recipe for one - I have been searching the forums, but no luck.....:o
I've seen them mentioned on the GC before, so am hoping one of you will be able to help I don't want to just try a 'normal' sponge cake mix, just in case
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