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!
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
This is a super simple recipe which tastes surprisingly delicious!! I used 2 tablespoons of curry powder and ended up having to ‘cool’ it down slightly for my 3 year old with a dollop of yoghurt (my 18 month old … Continue reading Curried cod and beans
I made the mistake of letting my 3 year old try some of the nak’d bar I was eating once and she didn’t stop asking for one afterwards- well that’s all great (one of the best mass-produced products out there) … Continue reading Homemade ‘nak’d’ style bars