Butternut scones

Butternut scones, such a great recipe for fussy children

Even the fussiest eater will be swayed with these butternut scones and can actually help to count towards your 5 a day vegetable portions. How to get children to eat more vegetables A few years ago I bought a book by Fiona Faulkner  25 Foods kids hate…..and how to get them eating 24. This is also…

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Meal planning

Meal planning really can be this easy, just start.

Meal planning sounds tedious but it really can help you and your family live more healthy and organised lives. ”Benjamin Franklin supposedly once said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” Life can get pretty hectic and juggling all the balls of life is no easy undertaking. But for you and your family to function…

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Thai butternut squash and sweet potato soup

Comforting Thai butternut squash and sweet potato soup

Comforting Thai butternut squash and sweet potato soup This Thai butternut squash and sweet potato soup really tick all the boxes. It is nourishing, comforting, flavoursome and o so tasty. There is a reason it is one of the most popular recipes on my blog. I will happily eat Thai food every week, all the…

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Mango and Chia seed pudding

I have to say Mangoes are really one of my all-time favourite fruits. It is a little messy to prep but o the taste; juicy, tangy, sweet and don’t get me started on the colour. (I really don’t understand why my six-year-old won’t touch mangos. It just does not make sense:) This is such an…

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Fig and Frangipane tart

Fig and Frangipane tart the healthy way

  This Fig and frangipane tart is the ultimate way to turn beautiful seasonal figs into a masterpiece. What is Frangipane? It is a filling made from or flavoured with almonds ’’Frangipane Italian pronunciation: [ˌfrandʒiˈpaːne] is derived from frangere il pane (Italian for “that breaks the bread”). It is normally made of butter, sugar, eggs, and…

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