Pumpkin is such a cool vegetable, we can use it in so many recipes and cook it heaps of different ways! Pumpkin triangles are a great winter lunch or even as a lunchbox snack.
Looking for a lunchbox filler or a quick on the go breaky? The combination of banana and muesli make for a perfect bliss ball. A fun sweet treat for anyone.
We recently returned from a trip to New York and after seeing ventures sell pretzels on street corners I thought to try and make some. These simple yogurt dough pretzels are soft and you can flavour them however you like by choosing different toppings!
You asked for it and I’m delivering…it took me ages to design a muesli bar that actually held together and wasn’t overly sweet. I have a real sweet tooth, but I find many homemade muesli bars too sweet for my taste. I bring you, my raspberry and white choc chip muesli bars. Trust me, you’ll want to try this one!
These brownies need little to be said, they are simply amazing! They are packed with black beans, avocado and spinach. No one will even know!
These delicious bliss balls have the same flavours as traditional ANZAC biscuits. They are sure to be a hit this ANZAC Day!
An easy recipe that can be modified to create a different flavour each time. A great muffin base, just change the fillings to suit.
Some times you just want to whip up a quick and easy snack or dessert on those busy days. It may not rival the original but its damn good.
Homemade fruit leather is a great school lunchbox snack, it tastes just as good (if not better) as the ones from the supermarket and are full of foods that will help our bodies grow.
We love carrots, so why not have them in muffins too. These carrot cake muffins are the perfect lunchbox snack full of flavour and veggies!
I have been wanting to make falafel for years,Turns out it’s really easy! Serve with some dips and pita for a fun family meal.
Got sad mandarins or oranges that need using up? Think banana bread only citrus flavoured and with the added goodness of seeds.