My kids love baking. Most parents I speak to tell me their kids love baking. Even picky eaters love baking, I wonder why that is? Kids are naturally curious and love to explore colours and textures, even smells. They might not be as adventurous when it comes to tasting new things but that’s okay. They almost always will, on their own terms. Especially when they feel free and safe to explore. Getting my kids involved… Read More »Apple Spice Muffins
If there is one smell that brings back happy memories of my childhood, it’s the smell of wild garlic. It grows in abundance along the road by my childhood home and always reminds me of Spring. Wild garlic works brilliantly in soups and salads. It makes an amazing pesto and, during Spring, is one of the most versatile condiments in my kitchen. Pesto isn’t just for pasta, however. It also makes an amazing dip for… Read More »Vegan Spinach & Wild Garlic Pesto
Pancakes are a staple in my house. With endless possibilities to add multiple nutrient-dense ingredients, they can make a nutritiously-complete meal.
This smoothie is my go-to option on weekdays when we’re rushing to get out the door and I don’t have time to sit down and eat.
I love steaming beetroot and eating it cold with a goats cheese salad, or adding it to stews, but generally, what do I do when I have “too many” vegetables? Make soup of course!
There is a whole world of detoxifying goodness in this salsa, from the phytochemicals; anthocyanins in the berries, limonene in the limes and quercetin in the red onion, to the coriander leaf which is an effective chelator
If you’re like me, this smoothie bowl has the best of both worlds; it’s technically a smoothie but it’s made thick so you have to eat it with a spoon. Add toppings of different textures and voila! Sweet, crunchy, munchy breakfast cereal craving…. satisfied!
Bone broth is high in protein, which helps you feel full for longer. Making chicken soup with the bones provides more protein than regular chicken soup. Drinking a cup of chicken bone broth with your dinner can help you feel more satisfied without consuming too many calories.
These simple oat and raisin bars make an excellent and nutritious snack for all ages and are so easy to make, containing just six ingredients.