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Check out this recipe for leftover salmon frittata that stars lemon, salmon, and peas. It’s a protein-rich way to use up leftover salmon and makes a great breakfast, brunch or light lunch! Salmon is one of a few fish my kids eat and like and so when I see it in the supermarket on special I tend to stock the freezer with it and then use it to make a few meals.
This super kid friendly one pan chicken fajita rice has all the flavors of traditional fajitas, but in a one pan meal that takes just minutes to prepare. I make double batches and pack it up for lunch the next day in lunchboxes. If you want it for something else and need to store it, you can keep this in the fridge, covered, for up to 2 days.
A basic, kid friendly and quick homemade BBQ spice rub recipe for chicken, ribs and other meats using everyday spices. You know those days when the suns shining and the kids are home and it’s gonna be one of those lazy days? This homemade BBQ spice rub is perfect for putting together (it takes seconds) as and when the mood takes you and then throwing on some chicken or steak on the Bbq grill.
The kitchen work top is the perfect place for this Clean eating Carrot and Walnut loaf to sit looking beautiful and delicious and asking to be eaten. It’s full of the good stuff: Fresh carrots and walnuts, and less of the bad stuff, and is totally free of all refined sugars.
This Sausage Breakfast Bake is a super simple Clean eating recipe that’s packed with flavour, great for breakfast or a light meal. Breakfasts. Hmmm….. They’re one of those meals that however organised and prepared and Saint like we try to be, for many of us no matter the planning that goes into it, it’s just hard to make it happen. Early mornings and busy houses make breakfast a challenge which makes breakfasts like this one pretty perfect!
This easy slow cooked Pork belly roast is gonna be a family favorite! This cheap cut of meat is totally delicious when slow roasted and needs nothing more than a little olive oil and seasoning. Crispy crackling and fall apart pork….Mmmmmmm :)
This half leg of Lamb recipe is a keeper. It’s crazy easy, you have to do almost nothing, and at the end you get the most deliciously tender lamb that falls of the bone. It feels like a treat and because we don’t have it all that often, and there’s a lot of Mmmm’s…. that happens as soon as the kids start to smell the lamb roasting. We eat with crispy roast potatoes and homemade mint sauce, rather a lot of gravy and veg of course :)
I’m going to keep this short and sweet. Looking for Easter Bunny Footprints to scatter about the place on Easter Morning? You’ve come to the right place. Make Easter morning a whole lot more fun with these printable bunny footprints. Sprinkle them EVERYWHERE. You’re only limited by your imagination.
This Honey Soy Chicken stir fry is everything a Chicken Stir Fry should be. Tender chicken pieces, fresh broccoli and carrots smothered in a sticky, sweet honey soy sauce. Stir fry is one of the easiest dinners to make a hungry crowd. The secret is in the sauce. And THIS stir fry sauce is a winner. It’s tastes like a takeout dinner – but it’s healthy. So make a big bowl!
Sweet, gooey flapjacks with fresh blueberries! Yep, these blueberry flapjacks are a fruity take on traditional flapjacks and make an awesome filing kid friendly snack! These Blueberry Flapjacks came about thanks to a glut of blueberries I had and wasn’t sure what to do with them.
Who doesn’t love a Flapjack? That sweetness, the oaty, gooey, bite of deliciousness you get with a fresh batch of Flapjacks. You with me? Great, you’re going to love these healthy flapjacks for kids. I mean, they’re not only for kids, just saying :)
Gooey, dense and uber chocolatey Clean Eating Brownies that you will have to make and taste to believe. This chocolate brownie is ridiculously decadent in texture and taste. It’s all kids of ‘Sink your teeth into it’ fudgy – except you get to enjoy it without the guilt!
This Creamy Oat and Honey Pudding is an all time Breakfast Classic with a lovely natural flavor. You will see it pop up in my Meal Plans often: It’s a good whole grain recipe full of fiber. It’s pretty much our replacement for the many breakfast cereals I used to buy. It's NOT just your regular old oats. And the reason for this is the recipe has the most Amazing name. Oatmeal Honey Pudding. Hmmm Mmmm. It just rolls off the tongue.