- 1 cup yoghurt
- ½ tablespoon natural peanut butter
- 20g chopped dark chocolate
- Mix and serve!!
Low Cal breakfast or snack ready in 1 min..
Gluten free muesli, $15 bucks a pack right?
Not on my watch!! The ingredients for this will cost you under $10 in total, and you can use the leftovers for some other creation!
Add some nuts, mix the fruit up, go wild!
Some people in my house find scones a little dry, not me, I just spread them think with some kind of bizzo and stuff them in!!
These are given the thumbs up by everyone as the banana gives them a doughy texture and the chocolate, well no one complains about that!.
Low in processed sugar and dense, these are perfect for school snacks!
To make your own buttermilk:
Pour 1 cup of milk into a bowl.
Grab one small fresh lemon or white vinegar. Stir in a tablespoon or two of lemon juice OR vinegar into the bowl with the milk. Stir to combine. …
This dish is SUPER yum, healthy enough for breakfast AND turns in to 12 muffins for school lunches. Click the image below to check out the muffin recipe!
On top of all that is actually takes 15 minutes to prepare!!
These muffins are blissfully easy and very quick to make, the apple raspberry mix comes from my Apple & Raspberry Crumble recipe.
These are healthy enough for breaky and perfect for school snacks!
Quite often I get to Friday and literally have no milk, no bread and just a few decaying bits of fruit on hand to pack for lunch the next day. Mother of the Year!
Well ya know what? I am bloody mother of the year because out of despair I came up with this little gem. It is healthy, it is yum, it is moist (yup I said it), great toasted, great french toasted, or just lathered with butter.
And because of the oats it is just like porridge, kind of 😉
Breakfast Cake? Yes this is ABSOLUTELY healthy enough for breakfast!
No added sugar and full of fruit, what is not to love. Bundle it up for lunches for a few days also 😉
Peanut Butter & Chocolate. Match made in heaven.
Does your kinder have a ban on eggs?
Does your child have an allergy?Do you just want a choc chip cookie that you can eat for breaky?
Well, this is the bisc for you!
These are even good no bake.
Get them on the boil!!
These balls are perfect little one bite lunchbox treats.
If nuts are all ok for you, use walnuts, or a mix of almonds or cashews!
I used food dye to make them pretty for an LGBTI function. Equality xx
My passions are eating, drinking, laughing, singing and dancing.
I LOVE making meal times easier, saving people cashola, and taking pretty pics.
Right now I am studying a Bachelor of Food & Nutrition at La Trobe Uni so that I can back up my passion with some fact.
Join my family and I on our food journey xx