Food Round-up: Thank goodness for Dolmio

Hello and welcome to the April food round-up.

Over the last month food and parent bloggers have been sharing their top recipes that use the iconic Italian sauce Dolmio. All of the recipes shared showed how truly versatile this sauce is and when it contains all natural ingredients you know you simply cannot go wrong! For the April food round-up I am going to share with you a selection of delicious Dolmio recipes courtesy some of the bloggers who have taken part in the BritMums campaign.

A Strong Coffee Shared her Parmesan Chicken in Bolognese Sauce that is not only easy to make but is also ready in under half an hour!

On Hijacked By Twins I shared how versatile the sauce is. I made one beef Bolognese sauce using Dolmio and demonstrated it in three distinct meals. Including great leftover meals!

If you like a warming bowl of soup then this recipe from The Peachicks Bakery is just what you need. A jar of Dolmio is transformed into Millie’s Marvellous Minestrone!

Love a good pie? Well you can even use Dolmio in a pie. Recipes Made Easy shows us how to make a full of flavour Beef and Tomato Pie!

Baby Holiday knows how chaotic family life can be but thank goodness Dolmio helps to prepare simple meals that the whole family will love!

Lunchbox World shares how they enjoy their Dolmio sauce. Their three mid-week meals include chilli con carne meatballs, pizza and kebab.

New Mummy Blog uses her sauce to hide extra vegetables into their meals. These quick healthy recipes will certainly make you hungry!

Mummy’s Little Stars shows us that Dolmio is also a prefect addition to vegetarian meals. My favourite of the three recipes has to be the Mushroom and Spinach Cannelloni!

Roasted vegetables are a perfect accompaniment for the Dolmio sauce and Mum in a Nutshell shares her irresistible Roasted Vegetable and Cheddar Cannelloni.

My Monkeys Don’t Sit Still made an authentic Italian meal. This traditional lasagne will ensure everyone will be back for seconds!

Mummy’s Knee went for a good old spaghetti Bolognese this is a fantastic go to meal and one that we all love!

Claire Justine goes a step further with Dolmio’s versatility with her Meatball Sub! This is a sandwich that really will keep you going!

Super Busy Mum has given one of my favourite potatoes a real make over. Her hasselback potatoes covered in Bolognese sauce look so good!

If you are looking to make oven baked chicken and vegetables more exciting Fun as a Gran has the solution, use the Dolmio as a pour over sauce!

If you do not like pasta the Madhouse Family Reviews show us how they enjoy their Bolognese with rice in two lovely meals.

The final recipe is from The Crazy Kitchen who shares with us her Rich and Meaty Spaghetti Bolognese  this classic dish is full of authenticity thanks to Dolmio!

All of these recipes demonstrate what a great sauce Dolmio is to have in the cupboard. It really does make week day meals simple and can revamp food for the weekend!

I will be back next month with a new food round-up. If you have a recipe that you would like me to consider please share it here.

I hope you enjoy the school holidays and have a great Easter!

Disclosure: BritMums is working in a paid relationship with Dolmio.

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About Kirsty Phillipson-Lowe

Kirsty is a busy mum of three children, two of which are twins, housewife and blogger at www.hijackedbytwins.com. Kirsty specialises in family friendly recipes that can be easily made even when life is manic! Whether in the kitchen cooking a meal or baking a cake, it is Kirsty's favourite place to be. Living the the countryside means she can enjoy freshly grown produce and fresh eggs ready for all of her bakes! You can find Kirsty on Twitter (@k_phillipson) Instagram (hijackedbytwins) Pinterest (hijackedbytwins) and Facebook (hijackedbytwins)

One Response to Food Round-up: Thank goodness for Dolmio

  1. Jennifer Howze 21 April 2017 at 15:36 #

    My mouth is watering at all these recipes (from a BritMums project sponsored by Dolmio!), plus they are so easy! Thanks for highlighting.

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