With seasonal feasts like Christmas, New Years and Easter, you need to plan your holiday menus in advance. If you and your family follow a Paleo diet it doesn’t mean that you have to give up on sumptuous feasts. What is the Paleo Diet? In case you haven’t caught on… View Post

International Cook With Your Kids Day on the 15th of October celebrates the benefits – and fun – of cooking together as a family, as well as promoting the act of cooking as a family, building awareness of the importance of healthy eating and teaching kids cooking fundamentals. Uncle Ben’s have put together… View Post

When we are all busy working, cleaning and keeping on top of all the after school clubs and extracurricular activities, family meal times can easily be forgotten. Research conducted by HiPP Organic, exclusively for the Wean Team, has found that when it comes to family meal times, almost 90% of parents… View Post

Cooking with the kids is not only good fun, but it encourages them to try new foods and teaches them life skills too. Sometimes it can be hard to know where to start, or which skills are suitable for certain ages – and that’s why Uncle Ben’s have set up… View Post

A lot of people think that any food done in almost an instant must be a little on the unhealthy side. This includes the “only add boiling water to cook” kinds of food like ramen noodles and even rice-based soup. Admittedly, it isn’t as healthy as natural or organic food,… View Post

If you have been following my blog over the last few months, you will know we are part of the HiPP Organic Wean Team. Over the last few weeks, I have shared our weaning journey, from first tastes to the ways we have incorporated milk into Eliza’s diet. Today I… View Post

Today I have a guest post thanks to the lovely Chantelle from Mama Mummy Mum. I am loving the sound of this hot chocolate with a twist and will definitely be giving it a whirl – will you? Since being on a diet I can’t seem to stop craving chocolate and… View Post

Gemma and Jacob love to bake cakes, and traditional cupcakes are always a winner. We like to experiment with flavours – quite often this means vanilla or chocolate, but this weekend we decided to try something a bit different. Inspired by the spring sunshine, we went for lemon cupcakes. The… View Post

We love to bake, and as this weekend was a bit damp, we decided to make the most of our new Bigjigs baking sets and make some family favourite ginger biscuits. This is such a simple recipe, and uses very basic store cupboard ingredients. The children loved using their own baking… View Post

SriLankan cuisine is traditionally based on steamed rices served with meat or fish curries and Roti – a traditional flatbread. This SriLankan inspired meat and potato stew can be served with bread or rice, whichever suits you, and is a real winter warmer that the whole family can enjoy. It… View Post