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 →
I’m always on the hunt for ways to get extra veggies into the boys. Whilst I always serve up vegetables at dinnertime, I don’t think they eat quite enough to meet the daily nutritional requirement. For this reason, I’ve been getting creative with how I can incorporate veggies into other meals of the day, and most recently these Cheesy Vegetable Muffins have been a favourite lunch option.Continue Reading →
Thank you to the lovely Kanda from All for Myself for writing this blog and sharing her delicious Apricot, Chia & Coconut Bliss Balls recipe with us! Over to you Kanda…
Bliss Balls are a snack that is enjoyed by my whole family. As a mum, life is busy and my energy reserves tend to start to deplete mid afternoon. These Apricot, Chia & Coconut Bliss balls are a source of natural energy help to give me the boost I need to get through the rest of the day.
My kids love them too, and I love that they are a sweet yet nutritious snack that will satisfy their hunger and keep them from raiding the pantry! They fit perfectly into the lunchbox, and I love that they freeze so well which means I can have a supply of them ready to go.Continue Reading →
In just a few short weeks, Julian will be starting school, and I’m starting to think about how I can pack some healthy lunchbox snacks that he will actually eat.
Where did the last five years go? My little man is growing up, and he is super excited about the adventures to come. If you’ve been following me for a while you will know that I’m pretty passionate about nourishing my family (as we pretty much all are right?) but I am also realistic and know that as life gets busier, I won’t always have time to be baking from scratch for hours on end anymore… so I have been on the hunt for some healthy lunchbox snacks that Julian will actually eat! And I’m so pleased to be sharing with you what I’ve found…Continue Reading →
We all know that kids need to eat a variety of fresh foods to be healthy. Great. We also know that packing a lunchbox with fresh food can be challenging at times. It might be a Monday morning emergency when the fridge is empty and the fruit bowl only contains one limp looking banana. Or perhaps you’ve got a super fussy child who only likes plain, white, crispy foods. Or perhaps you just don’t have a lot of time, but the canteen is closed that day. Whatever your reason, sometimes you just need the convenience of a healthy pre-packaged snack to pack in the lunchbox. So, what to choose?Continue Reading →
The weather here in Sydney has started to really heat up, and the kids are spending more time in the pool, running under the sprinkler, and having fun in the sun. Like all kids… my kids just love ice blocks! I don’t love the sugar rush that they seem to get from many of the store bought varieties, so when I was given these awesome pick and mix homemade ice blocks (popsicles) recipes I was one happy camper!Continue Reading →
I introduced blueberries both my boys from six months of age, and for them both it was love at first berry! Ever since I have been on the hunt for a variety healthy blueberry snack ideas. I’ve always got a fresh punnet on hand when they are in season and not too expensive, or a freezer stash of them for other times of year.
There are so many fun and different ways of serving them, but first, let’s take a look at why you should be including them on your family menu.