Are you struggling to get your 5-a-day?
It is not just fresh fruits and vegetables…
Here is an easy and tasty way to eat more fruits – even in winter.
Avoiding serious consequences:
read this before setting off on a long car journey with your small children.
6 lifesaver rules how to feed your toddlers and chidren to give the best start to your holiday.
No ice cream maker needed.
Just real taste.
One of your 5-a-day.
The best ice cream and popsicle recipes according to me – tested and approved and frequently requested by my children 🙂
This will be one of your treasured recipes 🙂
Eating only one of these can provide more than the recommended daily intake of Vitamin C.
They boost your immune system, can prevent certain types of cancer, help your weight loss, promote healthy vision.
What are they?
This Caterpillar cake is a healthy, sugar-free option for a toddler’s Birthday and really easy to make. The base is cooked millet sweetened naturally with creamed raisins and fruit juice. (Gluten-free recipe)
There are three really good reasons for eating pumpkins:
1, they are so healthy
2, they cook quickly
3, they are versatile.
Here are two recipes – you can pair them to make a lovely family meal – in a flash.
Cook once – and enjoy three delicious butternut squash recipes this autumn.
Make the time-consuming part ahead and three speedy weekday supper is sorted.
And they are healthy and family friendly too.
Summer or winter – it does not matter – after a busy day, a lovely and quick soup is blessing on the family table.
If your kids eat it…
These recipes are not just ready in 15 minutes, but they are tested and approved by toddlers and childrens. (more…)
Watching your calorie intake and still yearning for cookies? Treat yourself with these low-calorie cookies and you do not have to feel guilty.
I know that probably you do not feel to set up the oven in the summer, I must share this recipe now as these biscuits are perfect on the go – picnic food or summer holiday – they will be a sure hit.
If you would like to eat a bit more protein, or have a gluten-free breakfast – or you just run out of bread… these little oat buns are here to help you.
I don’t let you down: a really quick recipe again, 5 minutes mixing and 12 minutes baking and the smell of these delicious fresh buns attract the whole family to the morning table. 🙂
I guarantee you will save these recipes into the family cookbook 🙂