I’m all about trying to give my children the best nutrition I can. Instead of constantly label checking for salt/ sugar/ chemicals etc. I prefer to simply cook as much from scratch as I can. That way I know exactly … Continue reading Welcome!
I’ve been meaning to upload this recipe for a while- this is a (refined) sugar free, wholemeal muffin that is really easy to make and totally good for you! Good enough in fact that I’d be happy for the kids to eat these at breakfast if we’re in a rush! Generally we have these as an after dinner treat. I’m a little addicted to them myself! Ingredients- 1 ripe banana 1 egg 100ml maple syrup 250g Greek yogurt 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 40g butter 175g wholemeal flour 90g oats 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 3/4 teaspoon … Continue reading Wholemeal yoghurt blueberry muffins
This is a short-cut version of this curry- simple but tasty! It’s really easy to adapt it to include your favourite things too- don’t like lamb? Chicken works in the same way. Or make it vegetarian/ vegan by simply using … Continue reading Lamb and vegetable Dopiaza
This is a really easy one for a mid week dinner. It takes very little prep work and tastes great! We had clean plates all round. It’s also really easily adapted- just use whatever you’ve got lying around that needs … Continue reading Crustless prawn & green vegetable quiche
What do you make when you get your hands on around 2kg of mushrooms for 50p?!? Soup of course!! I’ve made a double batch today so some can be frozen for another week. I’m using sherry but it works just … Continue reading Mushroom soup
I love finding ways to make use of leftovers! This is a perfect dish to have littluns help out too! My 3 year old did most of the mashing as we went and helped to shape the burgers are dip … Continue reading Left over vegetables burgers
I can’t really take the credit for this dish- it was mainly created by my 3 year old who told me she wanted Carrots and broccoli with bacon and cheese on top for her dinner- so that’s kinda what I … Continue reading Cheesy vegetable bake
I don’t often cook Chinese meals other than stir fry so thought I’d try out a version of one my husband’s favourite Chinese dishes- beef and broccoli. I’d suggest waiting until baby was at least a year old before offering … Continue reading Slow cooker Chinese beef with black beans and broccoli