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 am a bit of a Mexican food fan so always happy to try out a new combination of ingredients for a fun family meal! The sweet potato worked really well in this mix. If you want to keep it … Continue reading Beef and vegetable burritos
Every week I pick up turkey mince in the supermarket and end up putting it back down because I don’t have many recipes that use it! So this week I decided to try using it in a pasta bake and … Continue reading Turkey and vegetable pasta bake
So- Aldi was selling coconut sugar the other week and I’d not tried using it before so I jumped at the chance to try out a few things! These macaroons worked pretty well but definitely needed to be topped with … Continue reading Coconut sugar macaroons
These are a little messy but very simple to make and taste great! You can make the butter a day or two before you make these. It’s best done at least a few hours in advance so it has time … Continue reading Chicken kievs
This is a low sugar recipe although it’s plenty sweet enough because of the bananas, raisins and honey!! A real treat for the kids. My toddler loved helping to bake these and enjoyed eating them even more! You can easily … Continue reading Banana, raisin and honey cupcakes with yoghurt icing
This is a really adaptable recipe! Don’t like chicken? Try lamb! Or make it entirely vegetarian! The veggies I’ve used are also easily exchanged but even if you think you don’t like aubergine I’d suggest trying it- it tastes so … Continue reading Slow cooker chicken tikka masala
This is my first attempt at using quinoa and only because Aldi starting selling it!! I’m kinda of the opinion that there are several other grains out there with just as much goodness as quinoa but at a fraction of … Continue reading Garlic mushroom quinoa