We already do nursery three times a week and starting school next year seems to be getting closer and closer, so it’s safe to say packing lunches and thinking of things to put in my daughters lunchbox (that won’t be repeatedly rejected) is on my mind a hell of a lot. She is FUSSY and… Read More Lunchbox Drama – A fussy threenager.
I love food and I love to eat out. Delicious food with no clean up? It’s a winner. Going out for a nice dinner is one of my favourite things to do and I spend far too much time at coffee shops than is normal. When I was pregnant I was determined that I would… Read More Top Tips for Eating Out with Kids
If you read my recent post on why we have decided to go vegan then I guess this is the next logical post to follow that. One of the biggest things I have noticed about being a vegan is that everyone has an opinion. As soon as you mention you are vegan (not even in… Read More Going Vegan: What are we actually eating?
I don’t know about you, but all I want to do as soon as it starts to get a little chilly is to face plant carbs. ALL THE CARBS. So in the interest of a warm chocolatey start to the day, let’s basically have chocolate spread on French toast all rolled up in to a… Read More Breakfast Nutella Roll Ups
Whenever my kid is having a particularly ‘difficult’ week, I make muffins. Depending on who is grumpier I make either savoury or sweet. This week, I was grumpy and so chocolate peanut butter muffins it was. There are 2 whole bananas in these and they are not too bad in terms of ingredients either so… Read More Tricking a fussy toddler: The Muffin.
Sweeping generalisation alert – All kids think chocolate is a special treat.Therefore what better way to trick healthiness into them than via the medium of chocolate. I LOVE this mousse. It is ridiculously yummy. Really easy and quick to make too – perfect right? Ingredients: 1 banana 1 avocado – shelled (not sure if that… Read More Tricking a fussy toddler – chocolate mousse
So after a mushroomy spinach breakfast, for some reason I also fancied them for dinner! Enter risotto! The old faithful. The ONLY thing my toddler will always eat, without fail. My failsafe easy yummy meal. I think the first risotto I ever made was from Jamie Oliver’s 30 minute meal cookbook. I have slightly adapted… Read More Mushroom Madness Part 2.