Muesli bars are a great between-meal snack. Their combination of oats, nuts, seeds and fruit means that they are a great source of energy and nutrition, and tend to satisfy our hunger for longer. There are many muesli bar varieties available on the supermarket shelves and some are better than others (the sugar and salt content of some well-known brands is pretty high). For this reason, I love to make my own. They are quick, easy and versatile. Continue reading “Home-made Muesli Bars”
It has been a while since my last blog entry. Other things have taken priority over the last so long. Namely, painting the exterior of our house (fun-fun!), acupuncture patients to treat, weekends away with friends … and so on. Continue reading “Pumpkin-Halloumi Fritters & Salad Wraps”
Here’s an easy recipe for those of you with little people – although from my experience ‘big’ people enjoy these just as much as the kiddos! With school holidays coming up I like to have a few quick and easy lunch options that I can make with Abi. Corn fritters are always on the list!
This is a nice and simple week-night meal that is quick to make and tasty to eat! Continue reading “Roast Tomato, Zucchini and Garlic Pasta”
We really enjoy these fritters for dinner served with salad and sweet chilli sauce. They are also yummy as leftovers in lunchboxes. Continue reading “Zucchini, Halloumi, Lime and Mint Fritters”
Some days we just need to eat cake! I am all about healthy eating and ensuring we do as much as we can to stay healthy BUT I also believe in taking a balanced approach to all of life’s pursuits. Life is to be enjoyed right?! In our house we happen to really enjoy eating cake! Continue reading “Frances’s Chocolate Cake”
It’s plastic-free July – a movement aimed at encouraging people to look at their purchasing patterns and say no to single-use plastic items. One food group where there seems to be a lot of unnecessary single-use plastic packaging is snack foods. Continue reading “Snack Foods and Plastic Free July”