Posts Tagged ‘family recipe’

cauliflower tots

Cauliflower Tots

Ahhh the on going challenge of getting kids to eat their veges… some kids are ok while others will cry, gag and throw them out the window when you are not looking (my daughter did this). According to studies there is actual science behind the reason that children don’t like veges. Children are apparently more […] Read more…

Chickpea and Kumara Mash Bites

  These delicious nutritious Kumara and Chickpea bites are a great meat alternative. They are really cheap and easy to make and packed with protein and fibre with soft texture and a mild taste – great for babies and toddlers! Ingredients 1 x tin chickpeas 1 x large kumara (golden or red recommended) 1 x tsp […] Read more…

Bacon and Mushroom Quiche

Super Tasty Bacon and Mushroom Quiche

  Bacon and Mushroom Quiche Quiche (or Egg Pie as my hubby likes to call it) is such a yummy, easy and filling dinner that the whole family will love! You cannot go past the flavour combination of a bacon and mushroom quiche! Quiche is one of those things like smoothies and fritters where you can […] Read more…

Home Made Cough Syrup

Home Made Cough Syrup

  We are really in the thick of winter now, and with winter comes coughs and colds. There is no way around it. Especially with little ones breeding germs like a factory! I saw this AMAZING recipe for Sweet Lemon, Honey and Thyme Cough Syrup over on Boohoo Box‘s Facebook page. It is so good! […] Read more…

cauliflower fritters

Cheesy Cauliflower Fritters

  I have said before that fritters and smoothies are the answer to getting my family to eat vegetables that they think are a little bit out there. Unfortunately, cauliflower classifies as one of those ‘out there’ vegetables. I’m not sure why, I really like cauliflower. The taste isn’t too strong, it goes well with […] Read more…

Poor Man's Lasagne

Recipe: Poor Man’s Lasagne

  Who doesn’t love Lasagne? Cheesy, meaty, pastary goodness! Bet lets face it, it’s quite a labour intensive meal with the meat sauce, the pasta layering and the cheese sauce! I gaurantee that you will be able to make this Poor Man’s Lasagne in half the time of a regular lasagne and it is every […] Read more…

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