We know eggs are a powerhouse of nutrients but sometimes they need to be jazzed up a little for the kids, and this Mexican-inspired shakshuka eggs with beans really hits the spot during the cooler months!
Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern dish of eggs baked in a tomato-based sauce, usually spiced with cumin. The shakshuka eggs with beans expands on the cumin to create a unique Mexican flavour that most kids will already be familiar with if they’re big fans of nachos and tacos!Continue Reading →
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This Slow Cooker Lentil Bolognese recipe is ridiculously versatile. By changing the herb and spice profile it could be a pasta sauce, a taco filler or even a nachos or baked potato topper.
The kids will love it in their thermos with pasta for lunch during the cooler months too. Just remember to heat the thermos before filling it with hot food. This way the food will stay hotter for longer. Another option is to use a lunchbox with a built in thermos, such as the OmieBox.Continue Reading →
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Julian and Orlando both love pizza, we often make up a batch for dinner and freeze the rest to pack in lunchboxes! This recipe for Mini Wholemeal Pizzas is so easy and a great recipe to get the kids in the kitchen helping to make. We love our Foost Knife or getting the boys involved in the preparation of these!
Feel free to be creative with your toppings! Other great toppings include capsicum, mushrooms, olives, spinach, feta, sausage.Continue Reading →