It’s the bun that makes the burger unhealthy. So why not leave it out and enjoy all the good ingredients guilt-free?Read More
This zucchini bites recipe offers a great way to get little picky eaters over the fence.
They’re crisp on the outside and tender, almost creamy on the inside thanks to the cheese and egg. The garlic powder, dill, and spring onions add some extra taste and nutrients.Read More
Quiche is a busy mom’s friend. It’s cheap, quick and easy, can be made with leftover veggies, and most kids love it. However, I stopped making quiche when I became more health-conscious.
Why? …Read More
Whether you have these egg muffins for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack, they’re a must in any health-conscious busy family. They only require 5 minutes of your time, are healthy, and delicious of course.Read More
If you think mussels are no dish for children, think again. This nutritious seafood is actually very accessible, and kids love to get their fingers dirty and pull the mussels out of their shell.Read More
Here’s a recipe which has it all. It’s healthy, fancy, delicious, and ready in a flash! Especially if you follow my golden tip to make a big batch of this simple healthy peanut butter sauce, and freeze it in several portions. Just pop it out of the freezer to turn a simple chicken dish into a real feast.Read More
Given its high omega-3 content, I always recommend putting on the menu fatty fish at least twice a week. These easy salmon burgers offer a fun variation to plain salmon steaks and usually score pretty well with kids.Read More
Pesto sauce offers a perfect way to up your kids’ daily intake of veggies without them really noticing. I used to buy fresh organic pesto at a health food store and run it through my food processor with a handful of spinach or kale leaves for extra nutrients.Read More