It’s Molly’s first birthday in a few weeks (ahhh has it really come that quickly?!?!?!).
We’re having a party for her (and p.s. while we’re on the topic, I guess it’s sort of my party too seeing as Molly was born on my birthday). But most party food is packed with sugar and salt. So I’m on a mission at the moment to create fun treat food that I can serve at her party.
These fruit jelly jewels are a great treat for kids (and adults) and are also SUPER simple to make.
I make these without gelatine – so they are suitable for vegetarians too.
Hummus is a favourite in our household. But if I’m really honest, sometimes i find the standard version a bit boring.
This sweet potato hummus is a great way to liven up your next dip-making adventure, it’s super easy to make and is also packed with extra nutrients. A perfect way to sneak in an extra serving of vegetables to your family’s diet.
I love pasta. But more importantly, I love an EASY and QUICK dinner option.
Now that I’m back at work full-time some nights it’s absolutely crazy trying to get something healthy and delicious on the table for all of us.
This pasta is so quick to whip up, tastes delicious and is full of nutrients for growing little bodies. It’s also a great lunch option too for when you want something different than a boring sandwich.
These are such a yummy option for breakfast, lunch or snacks throughout the day.
They’re packed with extra nutrients from zucchini and cheese and are great with a bit of homemade tomato relish, some butter or just plain.
An excellent savoury alternative for breakfast for those not-so-sweet-tooths.
I’m a sucker for a good cheese sauce. Give me a bowl of freshly steamed vegetables covered in cheese sauce any day.
As an added bonus this gluten free cheese sauce is also low-salt. I use it in my tasty lamb lasagne but it’s great to top anything that you want to have a cheesy kick to it.