Tis’ the season to get our cooking on, so why not get festive with this layered christmas dip! its simple and will bring that extra festive touch to your table!
Tis’ the season for baking! Bring out your rolling pin and have the kids bake a tradition Christmas biscuit – Gingerbread men! Or they can be ginger-stars and even ginger-stockings. As the festive season can mean many treats are being enjoyed – we’ve suggested to swap out using icing sugar for cream cheese, and decorating with little cuts of vegetables. Carrots and celery are great to decorate your biscuits with as they have lots of colour and sultanas make for great buttons
After a quick snack? These strawberry muffins are tasty and take no time to make! Even though strawberries may not be in season, you can use frozen strawberries! just as nutritious and tastes the same as fresh strawberries! This recipe is a great snack addition to your kids lunch boxes!
Feeling like getting spooky this halloween? These halloween treats sure are spooky and are nutritious and delicious!
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!
Even the kids will love this smoothie with spinach, yoghurt, chia seeds and oats. Makes a great after school snack or a quick breakie.
Fruity pancake slices take a fraction of the time and effort as traditional pancakes. This giant pancake is cooked in the oven and is the perfect breakfast to serve to a crowd – no flipping required!
Got sad mandarins or oranges that need using up? Think banana bread only citrus flavoured and with the added goodness of seeds.
There are lots of fruits that go around masquerading themselves as veggies; tomatoes, cucumber, zucchini, pumpkin….But what I love about rhubarb is that it is technically a vegetable, but is always pretending to be a fruit!
Miss 6 came home from school one day announcing that she wanted to make pumpkin scones, so we did! Including pumpkin into this recipe adds a twist to the classic scone. Bonus—they contain veg!
This is a healthier spin on a Aussie favourite Anzac cookie. They are no quite Anzacs but we think they are delicious!
Muesli bars are a great source of whole-grains, and my kids just love them! With this recipe you can design your own muesli bars!