This recipe is just awesome! Easy to remember, easy ingredients, easy to make, easy to bake. Just 4 key ingredients - 1 cup of each, quick mix with a spoon and bake for 35 minutes. That's it! And it's just divine served with a quick homemade strawberry sauce and a big dollop of cream.
A few minutes of blitzing in the food processor, 20 minutes in the oven and then topped with a simple chocolate glaze, this Weet-Bix slice is packed full of fibre and is a perfect lunchbox treat for the kidlets.
Choc chips and chickpeas! Who woulda thunk it?? Despite being wheat free, gluten free, egg free and nut free - I promise, these choc chip cookies are far from being flavour free. This is a deliciously sneaky way get some extra protein and fibre into the brats' diet. #winning!
This is another great recipe for using up lots of leftover veggies in the fridge and it's super versatile - it can be eaten hot, warm or cold; as a light meal, afternoon snack and/or lunchbox filler. I love serving this as an easy Saturday lunch with homemade creamy tzatziki and a classic rocket, pear and parmesan salad.
I always keep a stash of homemade chicken nuggets in the freezer for those times when I just can't bear the thought of battling fussy kidlets at dinnertime. These nuggets are delicious and have the added bonus that you know exactly what is in them.