Back To Routine?
Back to routine?
Balancing family life.
Nevermind cooking for every mouth under your roof (ahhhhh!) To help make life a little easier, here’s some of our favourite easy, quick, and delicious recipes for the whole family – including snacks for packed lunches and those early morning car trips! Don’t worry, we’ll always have you covered.
Yes you heard us correct, biscuits for BREAKFAST. Packed full of slow releasing carbohydrates and healthy fats, these little oats treats are a perfect one for car journeys or fussy eaters (oh and don’t forget for parents for a cup of tea too!):
Check out our delicious recipe here
Three ingredient pancakes
Mornings can be hectic without the worry of popping healthy breakfasts together. These three ingredient pancakes combine nutrition and plenty of flavour, AND they’re great cold for snacks too. Add in your favourite fruits, chocolate, or spreads and make them completely family friendly:
For more breakfast ideas packed full of protein to keep those little humans full and fueled throughout the day check out our protein packed breakfast recipes here
Gooey, sweet, soft, refined sugar and dairy free. These jammy twists are the perfect afternoon snack at the school gates or packed snuggly into those lunch boxes – plus they taste just minutes to make. Impressive parent cooking right there:
Cinnamon and apple family friendly muffins
The perfect autumnal treat for schools, work, and supper. These soft, easy to chew bakes are also perfect for weaning and can be easily frozen for a ‘quick grab’ snack.
Check out the recipe over here and be sure to save it ?
Hearty Stew for TWO
When you’ve got tons of vegetables to use up and the Autumnal days are coming, warming bowls of goodness forever hit the spot. Check out our tasty stew that can be served up from 6 months and beyond. Makes the perfect family meal for all involved.
Serve up with vegetables, rice, pasta, or in buns, these tasty fishcakes are a great way of packing protein into your family’s every day diet AND getting those little mouths used to different seasonings and tastes:
Chicken TWO ways:
We know it’s difficult to create meals that cover the entire family’s needs, so we’ve teamed up with Annabel Karmel on this recipe to offer chicken two ways. The broccoli and quinoa balls are a fantastic around the table sharer and you can even get the littlest involved with a pureed version too:
What are your favourite ways of prepping and feeding the family now that we’re slowly getting back to ‘routine life’ ? Do you plan your meals for the week?
Download our family meal planner here to help you get back into a routine
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