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Food Ideas for Parents when Travelling with Kids

Travelling with kids can be stressful, particularly if you are flying long-haul. Believe me, I know all too well as I have been travelling internationally with my kids for the past 9 years – actually since my son was 2 months […]

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Christmas Snacks

Healthy Christmas Snacks

Christmas is in the air, and there are plenty of festivities happening, whether it be with family, friends, at your child’s school or in your workplace. If you need to bring a snack plate to any of your Christmas parties, […]

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Lunchbox Ideas Using Leftovers

Are you ever stuck for lunchbox ideas? I’m a big fan of giving my children sandwiches for lunch in their lunchbox. I personally think it’s the easier option – both for grocery shopping and for lunchbox prep – particularly when […]

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sausage rolls

Recipe: Sausage Rolls

Sausage rolls are popular in Australia and most of us have grown up eating them, and even purchasing them from the school canteen. These homemade sausage rolls are a healthier take on the original and can be loaded with vegetables – […]

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mini quiche

Recipe: Mini Quiches

If you’ve been following my page for a while, you will know that I love baking, I love pastry and well, I love making quiches! Actually, a quiche was the very first thing I learnt to cook so my love […]

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mini apple croissant

Recipe: Cinnamon Apple Croissants

These cinnamon apple croissants are a great addition to the school lunchbox and are super simple to make. You can even get the kids involved and get them grating the apple. And…you only need three ingredients. Bonus!   Ingredients: Puff pastry […]

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carrot bookmark

Art & Craft: Carrot Bookmark

In a previous post we have shown how to make a watermelon bookmark, and now for all the little book worms out there, this is how you can make a carrot bookmark. This is a great art and craft activity for the classroom or […]

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Eat the Rainbow Activity

When I was a child, the age old saying was to ‘eat your greens’, which is how kids were told to eat their vegetables. Fast forward many years, and our children’s generation are now being told to ‘eat the rainbow’, ensuring […]

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watermelon bookmark

Art & Craft: Watermelon Bookmarks

Are you a teacher looking for a fun food-based activity for your class? Or are you a parent looking for a craft activity that is not only entertaining and educational, but produces an end product that is actually useful? Then […]

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