Banana Oat Balls

These Banana Oat Balls are so super easy to make, use ingredients you are likely to have on hand and were quickly gobbled up by the kids. The recipe makes about 18 balls, but you could easily double the mixture to make more. For this recipe, the riper the bananas the better. Did you know […]

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Presentation can make such a difference! I love these little boxes. I will confess however to finding the folding part of putting the boxes together so hard. I asked my 10 year old daughter to have a try and see what she could do. She managed to get the first one together, but the corners […]

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This chocolate almond cake is a very dense chocolate cake, not light and fluffy like this one on the blog. But it is dairy and gluten free, so a great recipe to have up your sleeve if you have friends coming with food intolerances. I have made this recipe a couple of times and played […]

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Quick and tasty gluten free crackers

A little while ago the lovely Carla and Emma from The Merrymaker Sisters sent me a copy of their recipe e-book, Let’s eat Paleo. It is a very cute e-book containing over 50 healthy Paleo recipes. You don’t need to consider yourself Paleo to use this recipe e-book. The recipes are tasty and the girls […]

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Easter popcorn

For a Christmas a couple of years ago, I made bags of Christmas popcorn for the kids to give their buddies as a little gift at the end of the year. It was a hit with the buddies and my kids. On the weekend the kids’ primary school had their biannual school fair. For our […]

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Sauteed baby spinach – simple recipe to fancy up spinach and make sure you are eating lots of leafy greens.

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