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don’t be rude to food

In our house we have a rule – be nice to food. Be polite to sweet potato, courteous to carrots and there’s no need to badmouth broccoli.

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back to meal planning for me

I usually plan out my meals for the week, but for a while I stopped. I found not planning my meals made me more stressed and that I didn’t eat as well. Now I really see the value in meal planning.

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How to create happy family mealtimes.

6 steps to take you from dread to joy….

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forget “eat your greens because they’re good for you”

Sick of sounding like a broken record begging your children to eat their greens’ because they’re good for you?’ Make mealtime a buzz with these creative ideas to help your kids learn to like their greens.

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family meal times

Do you dread or love dinner time? Read on to create a fun family meal time in your house.

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an age appropriate guide to cooking with kids

I’m looking forward to the time when my kids can cook me dinner but in the meantime, it’s cooking together for us.

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mindfulness for kids

Mindfulness is the buzz at the moment. But what exactly is it? And is it useful for eating?

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language swaps for happy mealtimes

Language swaps for happy, stress free mealtimes and to raise adventurous and colourful eaters

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  • What if I told you I had found a delicious recipe for Brussel sprouts that took this vegetable from foe to friend for me (my mum agrees and one out of four of my kids agree)

Would you say back to me? 
A) I don't believe you 
B) give me the recipe 
C) it can't be better than my Brussel sprout recipe (share details please)
D) who cares, broccoli is the one and only true king of the greens 
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