Credit Crunch Munch June 2016 Round Up

So the month of June is over already! Thanks to all who linked up, I have now yummed, pinned, and scheduled your posts on my Lovely Appetite Facebook page.

There were some brilliant link ups this week, from budget beating snacks, lunches, desserts and even some boozy ones too!

Like these Sweet and boozy recipes:

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Easy Tuiles  from Tales From The Kitchen Shed

Easy Lemon and Elderflower curd  from Fab Food 4 All

American- French mash up pancakes  from Roast Chicken & Country Walk

Cherry Jam from Fab Food 4 All

Strawberry, Banana and custard ice lollies from Fab Food 4 All

Elderflower Liqueer from Tales From The Kitchen Shed

and finally my entry for no-churn peach ice cream

 

And some meaty entries:

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Sausages with semi dried tomatoes, potatoes and pesto from Onions and Paper

Mexican rice bowls (dairy-free) from Penelope’s Pantry

Turkey Samosa’s from Reduced Grub

Fresh Salmon and Dill pasta  from Reduced Grub.

 

And there were also some awesome veggie recipes too!

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Pointed Red Ramiro Pepper and Black Bean Chilli Bowl from Allotment 2 Kitchen

Maqluba – Middle Eastern Upside Down Savoury Rice Cake from Allotment 2 Kitchen

Easy bombay potatoes  from Tales From The Kitchen Shed

Broad Bean, Fennel & Baby Carrot Pilaf from The Veg Space

Swiss chard bubble and squeak from The veg hog

 

Not to mention some condiments and bread too… spoiled for choice!

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Curry, rhubarb BBQ sauce from The Taste Space

Tear ‘n’ share garlic bread  from We Don’t Eat Anything With A Face

 

So there you have it! Thanks so much to all who entered and don’t forget you can also enter July’s credit crunch munch too.

 

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