Kids love having new and exciting things on their plate (sometimes!) so why not try Orange spaghetti? You can even use the hidden vegetable pasta sauce [LINK PASTA SAUCE TO: Hidden vegetable pasta sauce – vegetarian and meat options] recipe we suggest and make this a veggie packed dinner.
With summer on its way and temperatures rising, now is the perfect time to dust off the blender and have some fun mashing and smashing fruit into delicious and nutritious smoothies!
From green smoothies packed with vitamins found in spinach, kale, cucumber and mint to the occasional, but decadent dessert smoothie chock full of creamy vanilla ice-cream, ripe banana and topped with whipped cream. Smoothies are fast, delicious and often packed full of important vitamins for the whole family.
Since birthday parties are a great excuse for kids to enjoy a few more treats than usual we thought we’d share some quick and easy recipes that we like to use when our own kids birthdays roll around.
Ok so we know time might be a bit tight with the morning rush during the week but we think these breakfast recipes would be a nice little treat at the weekend.
Making lunch every day of the school year can be a little tiresome so we came up with some healthy ideas to keep the kids (and mothers) happy.
In the cooler months, there’s nothing better than the smell of freshly baked bread wafting through the house. Here are some classic bake at home bread recipes that we hope everyone will enjoy.
Enjoying smoothies is a great and delicious way to help you get through the recommended five servings of fruit and veg a day. They’re quick and couldn’t be easier to make. There are literally hundreds of smoothie recipes out there but we thought we’d share some of our favorites. All you need is a blender and the ingredients and away you go.
Start a new tradition for your family to share, with a regular activity or meal you can all enjoy together. Try this spag bol recipe with a twist and it might just be the new family favourite!
Satisfy your sweet tooth and keep the kids busy with a cupcake-decorating extravaganza!
For a casual entertaining idea with minimal dishes, get out of the house and onto a picnic rug! You can this checklist to pack a picnic and ensure you don’t miss a thing.
Lunch can be tough if you’re looking after fussy eaters so here’s an idea to keep everyone happy.
One way to know exactly what you’re putting in your meals is to grow your own ingredients! Planting a veggie patch is a great way to get the whole family outdoors together, and save money on your weekly grocery shop too.
If you’re stuck for some lunchtime inspiration for the kids, here’s a simple checklist of what every good lunchbox should have:
Did you know that processed foods take your body longer to break down than natural products? Most food that comes in a jar or a packet contains chemicals (you know, those long words on the back that we can’t even pronounce!) to increase their shelf life. This means our bodies need to use more energy to digest and eliminate these chemicals from the stuff we actually want to store.