• Recipes

    Daisy Cookies

    I love simple recipes to make with the kids - bonus points if they look cute too! These Daisy Cookies are the best combination: only a few ingredients that you'll definitely have on hand, and easy enough to make that the kids will love joining in.

  • Easter,  Recipes

    Easter Egg Rocky Road

    If your kids are anything like mine, they don't actually like to eat their Easter eggs. Gathering and counting, yep. Eating, nope. Last year I turned to the old trick of using up Easter eggs to make rocky road, and boy oh boy was it a good decision! The monotony of egg after egg is broken up by bites of flavoursome goodness.

  • Recipes

    Before school protein pancakes

    If you've got a fussy eater, you're likely to worry about how your child will cope during a school day. Breakfast time has always been a battle in our house, with many of the preferred options high on sugar and low on sustenance. Enter these protein pancakes. They have changed breakfast time for us, there are no more battles (in fact, they beg for them!), and I know they are fuelling the kids well for a busy day. So it would be rude of me to not share this little gem of a recipe with you!

  • Recipes

    Easy Choc Zucchini Muffins

    Lunchbox snacks are now high on the priority list in our household, and I'll take any chance to pack these with extra nutrients! These are the perfect chocolatey muffins, but little ones will never know the secret ingredient is actually, really good for them!

  • Recipes

    Easy Banana & Carrot muffins

    I love a good muffin recipe - one that is simple, full of nutrition and takes only minutes to prepare and bake. When I find one of these, it instantly goes into high rotation in our house! These Easy Banana & Carrot muffins have just 6 ingredients that you likely already have on hand, and are a sneaky serve of veggies for discerning toddlers! Enjoy!