Healthy Drink’s For Children With Brita Water

As parents many of us are always thinking about the sugar content in the foods we are giving to children, trying to keep tabs on the amounts of sweets and treats they’re having. More and more our attention is now being turned now to the sugar quantities in drinks, we all know about the high quantities in things like fizzy but even fruit juices can be ridiculously high in sugar! Child nutritionist Jenny Edelstein is mother of three is passionate about ensuring that children consume a healthy, balanced diet and provides bespoke nutritional advice for families. She has created some drink recipes…

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Turkey and Feta Burgers

If you follow me on twitter and Instagram you may have noticed I’ve been taking part in the upbeat protein challenge for the past week which I mentioned in my last weekly health a fitness challenges, It’s been a great way for me to try out some new recipes and change up the things we’ve been eating – we were stuck in a bit of a same dinners rut! Not everything worked as you can imagine, but one thing that was definitely a big hit with my family was Turkey and Feta burgers and as they are so simple, cheap to…

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Baking Cookies

My baking skills aren’t the best I won’t lie someone once described it as rustic looking and I’ll take that its better than misshapen mess which is how I’d describe them, never the less things usually turn out quite tasty so as we made some little chocolate chip cookies this week I thought I’d share the recipe and some pictures of my little ladies getting there bake on! Makes 7Ingredients:2oz caster sugar2oz margarine or butter1 small egg2 oz plain flour 75g chocolate chips couple drops of vanilla extract  Preheat the oven at 180c, grab a baking tray and line with some baking paper. Start by creaming the butter and…

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Spaghetti Bolognese

Spaghetti bolognese or spag bol as we call is is a staple meal in our house, nice and simple to cook, we have it all the time but it always has been one of my favourite’s. It was probably the first meal I learnt to cook from scratch when I left home nearly 5 years ago! The first few attempts were – I’m not going to lie crap, but with little changes along the way it’s now just the way I like it. Spaghetti bolognese is one of those dishes everyone makes it a little different so today I’m sharing how I make mine…

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Back to Basics – Spanish Omelette

Last week I started a new series on everything mummy (Back to basics)and I’m going to share with you a new simple family recipe every week, last week we started off with one of my favourite dishes creamy chicken curry. This week I’m sharing with you a easy Spanish Omelette super easy, suitable of vegetarians and a really cheap dish. Ingredients  1 onion  2 medium sized potatoes  2/3 courgettes  1 clove of garlic  5 eggs  150ml milk  mixed herbs, salt & pepper Method   Start by preheating the oven to 180°c/350°f and grease a shallow oven proof dish with a little butter.…

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