Month: March 2018

Deliciously smooth and creamy Pumpkin Soup. Kid approved, great for lunchboxes.

Pumpkin Soup

“This Pumpkin Soup is my favourite!” exclaimed Mr 6 grabbing his spoon and digging in immediately. How amazing was Mr 6’s reaction to the lunch I served today?! Cue music, trumpets, a marching band and a parade! Ah, isn’t it so great when your kids love eating what you give […]

Delicious low sugar Berry and Cardamom Hot Cross Buns. A gorgeous variation on the traditional flavours.

Berry and Cardamom Hot Cross Buns

OK so right now I am drinking my morning coffee and waiting, rather impatiently, for a batch of these delicious Berry and Cardamom Hot Cross Buns to bake. These are the benefits of waking at 4.45am on a Saturday. At least it means I can have fresh Hot Cross Buns […]

How to include vegetables in the lunchbox

How to Include Vegetables in the Lunchbox

One thing I think we all can agree on from a nutritional point of view is that it is important to include vegetables in a healthy diet.  And I also think it is fair to suggest we all want our kids to eat and enjoy their greens (and yellows, reds, […]

Carrot Oat Cookies are a delicious way to get some extra vegetables in the lunchbox.

Carrot Oat Cookies

I had a home day recently when Mr 2.5 was sick. He doesn’t really have an attention span so it makes it quite difficult to keep him entertained. By 9am we had played trains, blocks and watched Thomas the Tank Engine. He ‘helped’ me with the laundry and he wasn’t […]