This article ’10 of the best wooden toys for kids this Christmas’ is a collaboration between Kind to Kidz and Little Peeps Eats.
If you are looking for something a bit different, that you know will last, and looks gorgeous in any child’s room or nursery décor, wooden toys are your best bet. This article may be called the best wooden toys for kids this Christmas, but in truth, wooden toys for kids are awesome any time of year.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Seven cool recipes to favour natural yoghurt for kids’ is a collaboration between Sinchies and Little Peeps Eats.
One of the first and most convenient snack foods we can give our kids is yoghurt. Starting from six months of age, the yummy flavour and easy texture make it a simple and healthy option. Here are some of my favourite recipes to flavour natural yoghurt for kids, from baby and beyond!Continue Reading →
This article on kids nutrition is a collaboration between Reliv ANZ and Little Peeps Eats.
Problem eating can result in a number of different childhood problems including obesity, poor bone strength, lack of energy, digestive issues and more. I’ve collected my favourite kids’ nutrition tips to help you make sure your child is eating well.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Playful tips to help Picky Eaters’ is a collaboration between Little Peeps Eats and Kind to Kidz.
Wouldn’t it be great if dinner could be a relaxed and fun time for your family instead of a nightly battle? It can be! Check out our list below of handy ways to tempt picky-eaters and maintain peace and sanity all at the same time.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Foolproof baby led weaning recipes + essential tips for getting started!’ is a collaboration between ezpz Australia and Little Peeps Eats.
When it comes to learning how to feed you baby, there is a minefield of information out there. I remember feeling completely overwhelmed by it all with my first. To make this process easier for you – I’ve included my hot tips to make the process easier for you, my favourite baby led weaning recipes, and other useful information.
Let’s start from when it all begins. When your baby is six months of age, they are likely now ready to start solid foods and move on from a diet that is made up entirely of breastmilk or formula. Solid foods are introduced gradually so that your baby gets used both to eating and to processing each type of food. There are two main methods of teaching your baby to eat; baby led weaning and parent led weaning.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Essential Guide to preparing meals for picky eaters’ is a collaboration between Emondo Kids and Little Peeps Eats.
Serving meals to picky eaters can be a huge source of frustration for many families. There is something truly deflating about serving up a delicious home cooked meal to your family, only to have it completely rejected. I’ve been there. I think most mums have, right?
Both of my boys have been through stages of picky eating, and during these times there has been much trial and error, seeking advice from experts, and learning on the go.
Our mealtimes are much calmer now, and actually enjoyable for our family. I’d love to share with you all of the things that I’ve implemented that have been a game changer to our mealtimes.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Simple healthy lunch ideas for busy mums’ is a collaboration between Baby Bento and Little Peeps Eats.
I can’t believe how long I’d been neglecting my own health and nutrition. Especially when I place so much importance on ensuring my kids eat a healthy, balanced diet. Particularly at lunchtime! Why is it that I will stand there for 10 minutes to prepare a variety of healthy lunch foods for my kids, and then make a quick piece of toast for myself? It makes no sense. It’s almost embarrassing, but I’m all about being honest and I figure if I do this, chances are there are some other mummas that are in some bad habits also.
This year I’ve focussed a lot on self care, making sure that I’m not just looking after everyone else in the family – but myself as well. Starting with lunches!
I work part time – so you’ll see some of the simple healthy lunch ideas below are suited to mums at home, and others suited to working mums also.Continue Reading →
Making your own lunchbox snacks needn’t be fancy or time consuming. A quick batch of simple oatmeal cookies will really only set you back 5 minutes of hands on time and often no more than 10-15 minutes in the oven.
I love this recipe as it is ridiculously versatile and can use up random bits and bobs leftover in the pantry such as seeds, dates, tanies (sultanas) or some exotic berry you tried for a dessert that no one ate. It also has the added bonus of a substantial amount of rolled oats which are a good source of fibre. Continue Reading →
It can be easy to draw a blank when it comes to toddler snack ideas. Sometimes I look at fancy creations online and wonder how some of these amazing mammas have the time or energy to create such fun masterpieces! Hats of to those that do – but in my house… it’s got to be simple.
Two kids down now and I have compiled both of my boys favourite snacks that are simple to make, and have some nutritional value.Continue Reading →
This article “Simple tricks to create fun food for kids lunchboxes” is a collaboration between Little Peeps Eats and Adventure Snacks.
My eldest son is now heading into term three of Kindergarten (where did the first half of this year go?). I’m now starting to think about all of the fun things I’ve got planned to add a bit of fun to his school lunch. When looking at some of the amazing kids lunchboxes on places like Instagram – it can be easy to think that it’s a hard task to create fun foods for kids. But in all truth – there are a few tips and tricks that make the process quite fast and simple!Continue Reading →