This fun 20 minute baking recipe is a great alternative to the traditional fruit scone. Our own kids love them topped with, humus or pesto. My husband’s choice is a scone topped with mayo & smoked salmon. I myself keep it simple with butter paired with a bowl of homemade soup! So grab the kids for … Continue reading Cheesey Basil Savoury Scones
No bake, super simple, protein packed, home/school/office snacks… and they taste amazing too! They only take 10 minutes to prepare and a batch should easily get you through the week. Enjoy! x You Will Need 100g Oats 125g Peanut Butter 3 tbsp Honey 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 2 tsp of Flax Seeds How to Prepare … Continue reading Oatmeal Energy Balls
It’s February Mid-Term, the weather is awful and the kids are stuck indoors. Thankfully baking is the perfect remedy for cabin fever. Our Homemade Sausage Roll recipe is an ideal dish for them to prepare for a wet afternoon movie snack. They’re also great idea if you have a birthday party on the horizon. And … Continue reading Gourmet Sausage Rolls
Struggling with your lunch break… We all know it can be a bit of work to organise a healthy lunch for ourselves, not the mention the kids! We’ll waste time queuing at a deli to grab a handy roll when deep-down we know if we’d only taken the same time in the kitchen ourselves, we’d … Continue reading Salad in a Jar!
With schools reopening, here is an easy and delicious recipe to ease us all back into the hectic routine. However, if you’re no longer of a school going age, they still make for a great treat in the staff room or kitchen at break-time to keep the energy levels up and the eyes open! Continue reading A Very Berry Flapjack
I am back to it after the safe arrival of my little girl Willow. She arrived a little early but Daddy, Heidi and I were will prepared! Thank you so much for all the lovely well wishes I’ve received. It was wonderful to spend the past three months getting to know her and taking some time out after a crazy busy few months. Continue reading It’s back to work I go!
Hey Kids, This Christmas, why not make your very own treats for Santa and Rudolph’s stop-over. Below we’ve included the recipe and simple steps to keep the jolly old Saint Nick and his chief navigator energised as they visit the children all around the world. You might want to get the help of a grownup! … Continue reading Santa & Rudolph’s Christmas Eve Treats
Here’s a quick and super simple recipe from our Kid’s Cooking Camps we ran this summer. The little chefs loved baking these delicious oat cookies to enjoy on their morning break. With schools reopening this week, a homemade cookie could be the prefect goody for their lunch boxes. They also make a great treat for … Continue reading Oh so easy Oat Cookies!