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This zucchini and tomato quiche successfully aided my tomato-adverse toddler to EAT HIS TOMATOES!  A big achievement!  I therefore name this a toddler-friendly zucchini and tomato quiche that is delicious enough for adults to enjoy too. I don’t know what it is about raw tomato but my toddler will not have a bar of it....
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Brought to you by Nuffnang and Mission Foods.  All opinions are my own, as always 🙂 If you saw the sneak peak of these Southwestern sweet potato wraps on my Facebook page then you will know that I have been itching to share the recipe with you!  It has to be one of my favourite recipe...
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Meat.  It’s a staple food for many. The argument is that meat is a source of protein, therefore must be eaten regularly.  True, meat is a source of protein.  But did you know that you can also get good quality protein from plants, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds? And that brings me to this week’s...
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Did someone say low fat peanut butter and chocolate banana bread!  What a mouthful, literally.  This peanut butter and chocolate banana bread is seriously mouthwatering, moist and (most importantly) healthy.  For any traditional banana bread fans you will want to know about this one.  While it’s not ‘traditional’, it has some pretty mega health benefits in...
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Welcome back to my kitchen!  Today the wee man and I are showing you how to make a simple toddler green smoothie.  If you have little ones who are a little resistant to greens then this toddler green smoothie recipe is one for you!  The full recipe and method can be found by clicking on the YouTube...
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One of my favourite quick lunches is vegan rice paper rolls with hummus.  Vegan rice paper rolls are a great alternative to salad and sushi, yet are just as convenient on the run (see my storage tips below).  They are also super simple and quick to make. I love adding hummus as the protein to...
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All information, opinions, and recipes are provided at my own opinion and should not be taken as prescriptive advice. Please seek professional advice before making changes to your diet or lifestyle.