This week on the blog Katrina share with us her healthier version of Anzac Biscuits. And the best part about this recipe for me is that these can be frozen for school lunches or after school snacks!
I created this recipe out of sheer desperation to attempt to convince my sugary cereal loving child to have a healthier breakfast that was quick and easy for me to prepare. Luckily, it is also a great grab and go meal for adults too, and another lunchbox option for my older kids going back to school this week. The frituffin (fritatta muffin) is a wholefood treat that is easy to whip up and cook in no time. I may be calling it a breakfast cupcake to convince my youngest to give it a go.
With tomorrow being Meat Free Monday, Ryder has requested that we have something with Salmon. We enjoyed these salmon patties on Good Friday and thought you might like to try them too.
What could be more fitting for the Easter holiday weekend than eggs in a meal? No, not the chocolate kind, (I’m sure you’ve had enough of those already!), but the wholesome ones, that might balance out all the chocolate eating you’ve been doing. This is one of my favourite ways to have eggs.
Growing up I was never really fond of coleslaw and I’m not sure why because these days I can’t get enough of it! I have no idea where this recipe came from but I can tell you it is the best coleslaw you will ever try! I like to serve it as a side salad when having a BBQ or have it on top of baked potatoes. And it accompanies slow cooked pulled pork wraps brilliantly!
I had planned to buy mince to make my lasagna the other week but mummy brain conquered and I forgot to grab some. With a cranky toddler who didn’t want to leave the house I decided I would roll with it, and instead make my usual lasagna but packed with more vegetables than usual. After pureeing the veggie ‘bolognese’ and layering it in the lasagna, my children were none the wiser that it was meatless – and it turned out tasty too, so it was a win all round.
As promised, this week we have a Low FODMAP meal for those who follow the diet, or if you are entertaining people who are Low FODMAP and you need a meal to serve them. If neither apply to you, I promise it is still a delish meal to add to your regular recipes. The beef burgers are great by themselves on a bun for your fussy eaters or if you like your burgers full you can squeeze as many fillers as you like in with them. I have also included a simple and scrumptious accompaniment of wedges which are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Yum! Here’s what you need:
Variety BowlsI’ve always been the kind of person who wants to try a bit of everything; I’d much prefer to share lots of different dishes when eating out than ordering just one for myself. I often find myself wondering why places can’t do mini serves so then we can try everything -haha! That being said, are […]