We had Molly’s birthday party on the weekend!! I still can’t believe she’s one!
I love big parties and the buzz of friends and family enjoying good food and cheer. We had a big bunch of people over to our place for a BBQ to celebrate.
One of my creations for the party was this healthy sugar free fairy bread. It’s so simple to make and also is a great snack for morning or afternoon tea anytime of the year (who needs a party as an excuse!).
Breakfast is probably my favourite meal of the day. I’ve often eaten cereal or scrambled eggs for dinner out of complete choice and utter love of breakfast food.
I’m already thinking about breakfast tomorrow morning and what delicious creation I can devour.
Normally bircher muesli is an overnight thing. Which means preparation. Which, let’s be honest isn’t always completely practical. But take a deep sigh of relief because this bircher is still creamy and delicious and takes just five minutes to make.
I love stewed fruits. This is such a great dessert or snack option and you can serve it to your family/baby in a number of different ways depending on their skill level with food.
I generally do half a batch pureed and the rest as shown in the photo above. It’s great for freezing into cubes and making for an easy microwavable breakfast with some yoghurt for those days when you’re so tired you feel like your eyeballs might fall out.
I love porridge in summer or winter and there’s something about the smell of cinnamon in the morning that really gets me excited about eating breakfast.
Porridge is a great low GI option to help keep you full for most of the morning when you’re running around like a crazy person. This is such an easy and quick way to liven up a bowl of porridge and turn it into something really tasty.