Breakfast

Blueberry smoothie bowl

Smoothie bowls for the win Smoothie bowls are such the rage now, and maybe it is just a trend but I hope it is one that will stay. I don’t always get time in the week to play around with my food in the mornings, but I do love a bit of styling before I…

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Easter brunch

Violet and mustard Easter styled shoot

Easter is around the corner and I was more than happy to participate in a styled Easter shoot with Kari from LOVILEE. The colour scheme was pantone colour of the year #ULTRA VIOLET we added MUSTARD because it is wonderfully complimenting. The beautiful cementware from WJCollection added an earthy, modern feel to the table setting.…

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No cook, grain and refined sugar free nutbars

These nutbars are so delicious and easy to make. They require no baking and are great for snacks or lunchboxes. You will need a strong food processor to make them. Because the dates need to be blitzed to a paste and you also want to break up your nuts so they are not too chunky.…

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Butternut scone recipe

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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Mango and chia seed pudding

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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