Wartime Rhubarb Sponge

This delicious rhubarb sponge is moist and crumbly at the same time. It’s half way between a rhubarb crumble and a sponge and is the kind of delicious pudding your Grandma would have served you after a Sunday lunch. My kids loved it so much I barely got a shot of it coming out of the oven. lol 🙂 Check out the video below for this simple recipe.

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Lovely Kefir Lemonade

I love this delicious probiotic rich lemonade made with kefir water. Its so easy to make and is packed with nutritional beneficial bacteria. My kids love to try my bubbly fermented drinks and once you know how to make kefir water you can then go on to make so many different variations using different fruits and flavours.

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Honey Chilli Chicken Salad

The kids loved this Honey Chilli Chicken Salad recipe and its such an easy recipe throw together recipe its literally made in minutes. You can add whatever salad items you have available in the fridge for this recipe and even serve it with a little crusty bread. Check out this quick recipe in the video below or you can also print out the recipe from this page.

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Kefir Yoghurt with Rhubarb & Oat Topping

This homemade kefir yoghurt is perfect with the addition of a little maple syrup and goes well in so many recipes. This is just a quick suggestion on how to use your kefir yoghurt in late Spring when rhubarb is abundant in the garden. Try growing some yourself its very easy to grow and provides a delicious vegetable before the berry season comes along.

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Beef Noodle Soup

My kids love these the chunky udon noodles, thai flavours and thin strips of beef in this soup. The combination of different flavours and textures are delicious! The beef bone broth is the base of this delicious soup and it adds a delicious flavour and silky texture. You can also adjust the spice level of the soup according to your specific tastes. We like spicy food so I like it hot.

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Video – Slow Cooker Bone Broth

I was introduced to the healing powers of traditional bone broth in one of my postpartum recovery books. It focused on traditional healing foods from several cultures. One of those foods was bone broth and I made several batches of it to drink and use in soups and stews after my fourth daughter was born. I was so glad I did because it created such a delicious meal that I really enjoyed and provided my body with vital nutrients and healthy fats to heal properly afterwards. I had a lot of healing to go through after an emergency c-section and thank god for my bone broth at this time.

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Rhubarb Cream Cake

This delicious butter free light sponge is lovely with the flully cream and sticky rhubarb drizzle. Rhubarb is definitely one of my favourite things about late Spring. I love a good Rhubarb pie but quickly get bored of making pie to use it all up. This little sponge cake was inspired by a Nordic sponge recipe and I think it works really well with the cream and rhubarb.

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Pecan Caramel Nut Milk

I love making all sorts of nut milk as its a delicious alternative to use in cereals or other recipes. I like to try new things and loved making this pecan nut milk.. It’s delicious with the addition of raw honey and has a lovely caramel flavour. You could make it sweeter with some dates in the blender too.

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Kids Sharing Nibble Board

One of our favourite throw together lunches has to be the kids nibble board. It’s so simple and easy to make and you can use anything you have available in the fridge or cupboard. It looks a bit fancy but really its not and its also a great way to use up leftovers to save on food waste. We also love having these for a weekend evening movie snack.

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Blueberry Oat Muffins

I made 18 of these delicious blueberry and oat muffins in the evening last week and by morning there were 6 left. Lets just say they went down well with the big kids in the house lol! They are made with loads of fresh blueberries, dates, oats and kefir milk. You can also use yoghurt if you don’t have kefir. I also used fresh buttermilk from making butter with the kids but you can buy buttermilk in the store if you don’t have fresh.

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