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Top use for stale bread

Ok, so who doesn’t end up with a few slices of stale bread during the week?

Yes it’s good for toasting (with butter & jam or vegemite), the go-to toasted ham & cheese sandwich or even making breadcrumbs (can’t say I can be bothered doing that).   146 more words


Chicken Nuggets

Feeding kids is a big task when it comes to picky eaters. Some kids hate to eat sticky food while some hate eating chewy stuff which take long time and some don’t like food thats boring and orefer colorful food but most hate anyting green. 317 more words


Quinoa Granola Bars

I am always trying out new healthy snack recipes and this one is too good not to share. It is a  Donna Hay recipe from her very first Fresh & Light magazine issue. 158 more words

Gluten Free

It's Not As Hard As You Think

School lunches can be pretty darn painful!

I don’t particularly want to add up just how many lunchboxes I’ve packed over the years, so let’s just leave it at “a bloody lot of them”. 257 more words


Raspberry & Pear Wholemeal Muffins

When we think of baking, muffins nearly always come to mind. It’s one of homemade delights that make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. Easy to make even the kids can get in on the action. 255 more words

Healthy Baking

Homemade Muesli Bars

Kids commercially bought snacks are becoming a real issue in today’s society with the amount of sugar they contain, muesli bars definitely being one of them.  316 more words

Healthy Baking

lunchbox inspiration

Packing school lunches can be a challenge and we all need a little inspiration every now and then. A packed lunch can get boring very quickly, especially when you are busy and tired…as all parents are! 302 more words