This deliciously simple traybake is the perfect way to use up any slightly less than optimal apples! It tastes properly luxurious as you marry the simple joy of apples with the decadence of maple syrup! You can add in walnuts or other nuts too, but we kept ours nut-free so that we can take it to school! Topped off with a cream cheese frosting, your friends and family will love you forever!
Posts Tagged: food waste
Some of us were brought up to clear our plates and eat everything put in front of us even if we were stuffed to the gills and not particularly partial to soggy cabbage. That is because we were brought up by parents and grandparents who remember the war, and really know what it means to go without. Food waste to that generation was unthinkable but today it seems to have become the norm.
I don’t know about you, but I often find buying satsumas, mandarins or clementines a bit of a lottery – sometimes they are delicious and juicy and the kids just romp through them. At other times they are disappointing, tough and destined to a future languishing in the fruit bowl unloved, ignored and ultimately deteriorating.
Ah, Christmas. The time of year when we deviate from our usual shopping list and believe we are feeding a small country. All retailers, and it would seem, especially food retailers love to play to our sense of nurturing our families through feeding them. Which is great, except…all of that left-over food. Fear not, help is at hand. Here we guide you with some nifty tips to stop the waste.