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Pita Bread Pizza

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Pita Bread Pizza
Make your own pita bread pizza is something we do often in our house. I'm always amazed at how much more adventurous my kids are when I simply put out cut up ingredients and let them go for it. School holidays are a great time to try out some new flavour combos. You never know, you might find something they like that you can use during the term in their lunch boxes. here are some of our family favourites below:

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Christmas Spritzer for Kids

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Christmas Spritzer for Kids
For me, a must have Christmas drink is a Spritzer. It always brings a bit of glamour and wow to Christmas lunch and being fairly light and refreshing it's perfect for our hot Aussie Summer. 

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Smoothie Pops - Healthier Homemade Ice Blocks or Popsicles

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Smoothie Pops - Healthier Homemade Ice Blocks or Popsicles
It's the first day of summer here in Australia and the weather is actually starting to warm up - Yay! I have vivid memories of pestering Mum and Dad to let us walk to the local Deli (remember those ?! Sadly a thing of the past, we mostly have local service stations to walk to now) to buy a lemonade icy pole on the hottest of summer days. They were usually consumed whilst lounging in our blow up paddling pool (oh how we longed for a real pool!). 

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Cheat's Quick & Easy Chocolate Chia Pudding

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Cheat's Quick & Easy Chocolate Chia Pudding

Chia pudding is something we really enjoy as a family as the weather gets warmer. A chocolate chia pudding is a great way to introduce chia to your kids if they haven't tried it before. I love incorporating chia seeds into our diet as they are such a great source of fibre, protein, iron, calcium and are particularly high in plant based Omega 3 fats.

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Strawberry and Lime Chia Puddings

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Strawberry and Lime Chia Puddings

I love using chia seeds in my children's diet because they are so versatile and pack a huge nutritional punch. They are loaded with plant based omega 3s (important for brain and heart health), high in protein and calcium (although this may be poorly absorbed) and have a whopping 4g of fibre per tablespoon (a great way to top up your child's fibre intake if you have a fussy eater).

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Zesty Orange Toasted Muesli

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Zesty Orange Toasted Muesli
Are you a seasonal breakfast eater? For me cold winter mornings are all about porridge with stewed fruit, but once the sun is out I'm all about muesli. If I've got time to make a batch myself even better. This zesty orange muesli is one of our family favourites once the sun comes out. Team with some fresh fruit and yoghurt and you've got a winning breakfast on your hands.

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Oat Pancakes with Banana & Cinnamon or Raspberry & Vanilla

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Oat Pancakes with Banana & Cinnamon or Raspberry & Vanilla

For many years I've made the smaller version (pikelets) for my kid's lunch boxes and they've always been popular. Traditional pancakes (or pikelets) made with refined white flour, sugar and and egg are fairly low on nutrition though, especially fibre. 

I developed this recipe a few years ago to boost the nutrition in the humble pancake and still provide a tasty option for the kid's lunch boxes (or breakfast!).

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Simple Fluffy Orange Cup Cakes

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Simple Fluffy Orange Cup Cakes

Winter is orange season!! If like me and you own an orange tree you've probably got more oranges than you know what to do with? Well make the most of those oranges and please the whole family with my light and fluffy orange cupcakes. Perfect for your weekend baking schedule, but be warned they may not make it to next week's lunch boxes! 

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