Sweets for my sweet..
It is not always easy for children (or adults for that matter) with sensitivities and allergies to feel “normal”. A lot of our sense of belonging stems from participation in activities along with our peers, and food plays a huge role in most social gatherings. For children especially, the sense of identity and self-worth is formed hugely based on belonging, and belonging often comes from being able to do what others do, have what others have, and of course eat the same things their friends eat. Lollies are no exception, and although it may sound silly, sweets do play a big role in children’s social sphere. After all, they are a part of almost every social setting where children are involved.
So how do we give our kids lollies that make them feel included, but at the same time keep them safe? Who can we trust? Take a look at this list.. Continue reading
Nothing beats fresh pasta. However fantastic the dry stuff is, it just doesn’t come close. Continue reading
Erykah Badu once said that “Honey isn’t really that good for you”
…and if you are vegan, low FODMAP, allergic, on a Failsafe diet, macrobiotic diet or simply under the age of 12 months, Ms. Badu is quite right. Honey has a lot of health benefits, but as with every other food, these benefits are not universal. Continue reading
Did you know..
…that if you break a cookie in half and shake it, all the calories fall out?
Well, not exactly, but it’s a really awesome thought that I like to play with whenever I feel the urge for a guilty pleasure! Continue reading
I love cake!
Then again, who doesn’t love a tall, creamy, fluffy and decadent piece of heaven? If you’d care to join me, I’ll share with you my latest invention; the Red Velvet Chocolate Mud Cake!
This post contains both a recipe and a review. You can opt to use pre-mixes for this cake, or go all the way and create it from scratch. Your choice! Continue reading
Beautiful safe food colours!
Life in Technicolor to the detriment of our health.
Food colours are tricky. Many people, kids and adults, react to colourings, and you shouldn’t let the word “natural” fool you.. Continue reading