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Italian style meatballs with spiralizer courgette tagliatelle

As January comes to a close it’s about time we started to think about healthy eating. I’m certainly not one to start dieting after Christmas but I do enjoy a nice home cooked meal. I’ve decided to give the spiralizing craze a go and see what family friendly meals we can try. Taylor isn’t overly […]

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Baking a 1st Birthday Fox Cake with the Joseph Joseph Nest 9

On the 1st of January Taylor turned 1, I can’t quite believe it. I have a 1 year old! So naturally on New Years Eve I was baking a 1st Birthday Cake after having the crazy idea of a last minute tea party. Of course the theme was Foxes… What else? The cake itself was […]

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How to Cook the perfect Christmas Dinner!

With 7 days to go til Christmas it’s time to start thinking about that all important dinner, whether you have the entire family over or just yourself. It wouldn’t be Christmas without a Turkey dinner and all the trimmings! This year is going to be different for us, usually I would spend the day with […]

Weaning Recipé: Potato, Carrot and Sweetcorn Purée

Knowing what’s in everything your baby eats is important and I find making our own food is the best way of doing this. Their are times where, for convenience, we have used alternatives. But where possible we do make our own baby foods. One of our favourite recipes is Potato, Carrot and Sweetcorn purée from […]

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Nothing Artificial: Chicken, Mushroom & Bacon Pie!

Home cooking is something I’ve been wanting to improve upon for a while, especially since I became a parent. It’s one of those life skills I assume all mothers have mastered. One meal we have always enjoyed in the winter months is chicken and mushroom pie and I recently decided it was about time I […]

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Super Tasty Choc Chip Cookies

This week has seen me getting back into my baking groove, whilst Taylor’s had ten minutes going crazy in his Jumperoo I’ve been throwing together batches of these super tasty cookies. They’re similar to Millies or Subway cookies so they’re very sweet and they take minutes to make, totally mum-proof. Also great to get toddlers and older children involved in making!

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