Hello everyone, it’s time for the second Monday Munchie’s Tea Party!
The last one was a huge success – many people were able to make new connections and add to their cookbooks at the same time – so it’s definitely a reason to host this monthly, foodie meet and greet! 🙂
Thank you to everyone who shared links last time – I’ve included them in this post too in case newer readers missed them previously. If you’d like to get involved this time round, comment, like and REBLOG to keep the foodie meet and greet juices flowing. You can share your own fantastic food ideas via a pingback in the comments or just sit down with a cuppa and strike up a conversation / visit the other blogs featured!
The next Tea Party will be held on October 26th, just in time to collect some amazing Halloween inspired treats! So with that in mind, if you have any fabulous recipes you’d like to put out to the world, whether it’s a family favourite or simply something you’ve thrown together, you can email them to me at email@example.com and I’ll feature them next time.
So let’s get ready to make some new Munchie friends – On with the menu!
- Last time, Mackenzie shared her taco salad recipe, but she has some other yummy, spicy ideas as part of her ‘Monday Meal Plan’ posts.
- And if you like all things taco, try out Bulldog Travel’s habanero sauce!
- A bit of work needed to achieve this, but looks oh so worth it! Get a load of this bacon jam!
- Leisel’s game inspired cooking blog gives fun twists on meals. Here’s the link she shared to her crab cakes, but check out her recent Pokemon candy post too – great idea!
- A traditional recipe, shared by Lakshmi, used in celebrations to honour the Hindu god, Ganesh.
- This site has loads of great recipes – I particularly liked the Crockpot Broccoli Cheddar soup.
- A great bit of apple-y comfort eating, which can be made dairy free too!
- If life gives you lemons, make a Lemon Poppy Seed tart!
- Try out a traditional Lamington, with this tasty recipe from the Ballistic Baker!
- I think it’s the glossy, syrupy look of the pecans that make this look such a delish Madeira by Molly’s Morsels!
- Shamelessly plugging my own post here – a twist on a traditional school dessert, even better the next day!
- And finally, another treat that takes me back to my childhood – take a Tardis trip to the Fangirl’s Kitchen for this!
Remember to comment, like, REBLOG and check out the other bloggers’ sites – but most of all, enjoy the party!