After giving up chocolate for lent I knew I wanted to bake something super indulgent super chocolatey for Easter
Hence the Omnia style rolo brownies were born. As if a chocolate brownie wasn't indulgent enough this is jam packed full of rolos and covered in a delicious toffee sauce.
Dark chocolate gives this recipe a real richness so even if you are not a fan of dark chocolate, don't substitute as you won't get the same result and it doesn't taste of dark chocolate.
*Please note you will need a freezer for this recipe*
As good Italians we couldn't help but try to make pizza !! Super easy to do, and super fast!
Only 1 hour of leavening/proving.
The video can be found on our Instagram page! @vwt4_furbone_
Remember to grease the stove well with oil, so it will come off perfectly, at least if you have no silicone element.
We love using leftover bananas to make cakes. Without an oven in our van, the Omnia oven makes that all possible. In this one I decided to swirl some nutella through it for extra indulgence (not sure our waistlines appreciate it though!)
This little bowl just bursts with coconut curry flavours. It's quick and easy to make and use your favourite stir-fry veggies or whatever veggies you have leftover in the fridge. Our version here is protein packed and makes two medium bowls.
Fritatta's are a great way to use up any leftover veg.
Choose any toppings as you like, but remember, the softer the toppings, the quicker the meal.
Some topping combos we like:
* Mushroom, Broccoli and Feta.
* Tomato, Mushroom and red onion.
* Cherry Tomatoes, Onion and Basil.
* Multicoloured Peppers and Feta.
This is a really simple dish to add more or less of the main ingredients, such as the pasta and smoked salmon, you can also fry different mushrooms with a little garlic paste to make it a veggie dish. I use different veg depending what I have, such as green beans, peas and sweetcorn