I’ve been wanting to try to make ‘noodles’ out of vegetables for a while now since I brought the Deliciously Ella book. After doing a quick internet search of kitchen spiralizers I realised that like most products for the kitchen, they vary wildly in price and features. From under £5 to over £30, hand heldContinue reading Spiralizer Vegetable Noodles
This week has been a bit of a write off when it comes to the kitchen. Little one is finally getting back to her normal happy self, well almost. This is a massive relief as my husband and I have been working on our new business. I’m going to quickly promote our business then getContinue reading Sweet Potato Pancakes and A New Business Venture!
For the past week or so we have been trialling the soya ladder again. This is our second attempt as we put the ladder on pause a month back due to the heat and restless nights. I’ve been keeping a diary to keep track of any reactions, the time of testing and the quantities. IfContinue reading Smoothies and Food Ladders
This week has been particularly busy as my husband and I are in the process of setting up a business. We’re both very excited about it and I can’t wait to share it with you all very soon… We also took little one to be fitted for her first pair of shoes. They’re a transitionContinue reading Dairy Free Flapjacks
A couple of weeks back little one and I went to the Allergy and Free From Show in London with my mother in law. One of the stands that was there was Abel & Cole. They produce organic, seasonal fruit and veg boxes which are delivered to your door. We took up one of theirContinue reading Homemade Pizza
I first saw this recipe when it was posted on Instagram by mama.of4. Mama.of4 shared a recipe for strawberry fruit leathers which I have had to adapt to be friendly for little one. Strawberries bring little one’s cheeks up in a rash unfortunately. We can also add melon to the list of fruit to avoidContinue reading Fruit Strips/ Fruit Leathers
This is the second attempt at making fishcakes for little one. The first recipe I tried used tomato ketchup to replace the egg as a binding agent. Neither little one or her daddy and I were that impressed. Unfortunately I still have a tub of 10 little fishcakes of that version in the freezer, soContinue reading Tuna and Sweetcorn Fishcakes