Simplifying the Easter Roast with Bacofoil® #ad

Easter is a a busy time for us. The B&B is full and we've got plenty of friends coming round for an Easter egg hunt on Easter Day. The last thing I want is to spend hours preparing food for Easter Day. This year I shall be taking every step that I can to simplify the day, giving me more time to spend with my children and family.

One thing we love to do is have a full roast dinner on Easter Sunday and sit down together as a family. It's not a day where we eat much, largely due to the chocolate for breakfast and tea, so we tend to have one large(ish) meal. I like to cook a roast, but make a change from the usual turkey that we have, so that the family appreciate Easter is a time to celebrate together.

This year I am cooking pulled pork, which is unusual for our Easter dinner, but incredibly simple, and tastes absolutely delicious. To make sure you get melt-in-the-mouth meat, the pork shoulder needs to be popped into the oven, covered. I find that Bacofoil® The Non-Stick Kitchen Foil works really well for this, because you don't wan't it to get stuck to the food. I also make carrot and parsnip fries which I drizzle with oil, seasoning and herbs and pop onto the Bacofoil® The Non-Stick Kitchen Foil. It's so useful because it has a unique BacoLift® Surface which prevents food from sticking. You need to make sure that you cook on the non-shiny or dull side. It's really amazing how nothing sticks to it and simply slides off when cooked.

Another huge bonus of using the Bacofoil® The Non-Stick Kitchen Foil is that it means you have far less washing up to do, which is definitely a bonus in my book! The Non-Stick Kitchen Foil also requires no oil to prevent food from sticking to the tray, making it the healthier option when cooking Easter roast staples like roast potatoes. You can find out more about the benefits of using Bacofoil® on their website.

rainbow cake

Another special thing I like to make at this time of year is a rainbow cake. They look incredible when you cut into them and I love how colourful they are, along with everything else at this time of year. What are your Easter family traditions? Is there anything you prefer to eat (other than chocolate) at this time of year?

Disclosure: This is a paid post with Bacofoil. All opinion is my own.