Can you believe the year is nearly over? I definitely say this with a sigh of relief as another year of school lunches comes to an end. If you’v
One of my least favourite foods to organise is the after school snack. The girls are hungry, everyones tired and we still have to get through homewor
There’s nothing I love more (well, it’s right up there in the top 50) than being able to make multiple dinners out of 1 main ingredient. A
I have two words for you: Grocery Shopping. I’d be lying if I said I looked forward to grocery shopping each week. First theres the packing of e
This recipe was a bit of a throw together last week when the pantry was running low and I wanted to make something yummy and warming for an after scho
How often do you go to a child’s birthday party or a play date and find a list a mile long of all the different food allergies being catered for? Ac
I love food. One misconception about people who eat healthy is that we mustn’t really like food and that we must be live in a world without flavour.
Planning a menu for up to 100+ children is a tricky business. You are catering to the nutritional needs of children, their parents as well as national
Thank goodness spring is here! As I’m sure you would agree, it is time for winter to move on over and make way for some beautiful warm spring days.
I’d be lying if I said I looked forward to grocery shopping each week. First theres the packing of enough snacks to get my 2 year old through the event, then theres the deciding which meals to have for the week (making sure they’re healthy and the kids will eat them), and my favourite part – unpacking the shopping and wishing I’d cleaned the fridge last week (and the week before that).
While I can’t take your grocery shopping pain away, I can take some of that stress away by helping you to make healthier choices in what has become a sea of confusing, clever packaging (why is everything ‘fortified’ and why does sugar filled cereal have a 4 star health rating?). Each month I am going to share with you some some simple ways to get more nutrition and less packaging into your trolleys with as little stress as possible – making small change for big impact.