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I always thought feeding kids would be easy.  Pre-mum me thought ‘my kids will just eat what we eat’, ‘it won’t be hard’.  Mum-of-a-toddler me laughs, and continues making two separate meals. Making one family meal that everyone will love and praise you for seems practical and easy.  Until you meet a toddler at meal...
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This one is for the mums.  The mums with kids who love a good cookie.  And the mums who eat the cookies too (wait, is that just me?). Tiny teddy cookies are one of those Worldwide favourites amongst kids.  To be totally honest, I don’t really remember having them as a kid.  But I do remember...
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If you’re not already drooling you will be by the end of this recipe. This raw peppermint slice cake is DIVINE.  Not only does it taste spectacular and *almost* like the real-deal, but this raw peppermint slice cake is made using only nutrient-rich whole foods.  Sign me up! I made this raw peppermint slice cake for my son’s Third birthday...
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Sugar can ever-so-easily creep into bliss balls (not to mention the other foods we eat throughout any given day) without you even knowing.  I’m all for balance (80/20) and natural sources of sugar but sometimes having a slightly sweet treat that contains NO SUGAR is a better option, particularly if we suffer from candida, blood...
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I stayed up way too late creating these healthy candy corn jellies. Was it worth it?  Totally! If you know me you know I have a weakness for lollies.  While my love of lollies has somewhat faded with my increasing passion for all things health and wellness, I am still partial to a quick jelly...
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A healthy pumpkin spiced latte is on the menu this week.  And it’s soo good! As a food blogger, I tend to see an influx of pumpkin spice recipes this time of year.  And as a New Zealand born and raised and now Australia-living girl I seriously didn’t know what all the fuss was about....
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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.