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The Best Chunky Banana Bread

Started by Sam Haworth. Last reply by Ashley Owen Mar 30. 1 Reply

I have put a link on to the best banana bread we have ever made.  My eldest daughter hates banana's but loves this version so its a good way to get fruit in her!!!The recipe was used on a children's…Continue

Tags: Fruit, Bread, Banana, Baking

Maple mustard pulled pork

Started by Sam Haworth. Last reply by Erin Gregory Mar 19. 1 Reply

This is one of the best pulled pork recipes I have found.  It is so easy too.…Continue

Tags: Pork, Pulled

Easy Crockpot Potato Soup

Started by Krista Ballard. Last reply by Ashley Owen Mar 6. 1 Reply

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Tags: dinner, crockpot, soup, recipe, easy

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Comment by Jaime Huff on April 12, 2015 at 4:40pm

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Comment by Monica Dubsky on March 24, 2015 at 5:12am

5 Minute Fresh Fruit Flan


Fresh Summer berries on a bed of Greek yoghurt and moist flan base. Drizzled with honey, this incredibly basic recipe could have been created by my 1 year old.
Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and any other berries you can think of are a perfect way to get your children to eat and enjoy fresh fruit. We all want our children to eat as much of their '5 a day' but sometimes this can be a struggle for those 'picky eaters'.
This flan contains calcium, plenty of vitamins and is a treat to eat!

Your child can learn different fruits, colours and textures. Eating should be enjoyable and also educational - who knew a flan could do this?!

Scroll down for recipe:



Leon enjoying his flan! 'Yum'
Ingredients:
Flan Base
Greek Yoghurt (full or half fat)
Blueberries
Strawberries (cut in thin slices)
Raspberries
Drizzle of honey (to taste)

Firstly you want to prepare your flan base onto a plate. Using a large spoon, dollop your Greek Yoghurt in the centre of the flan and spread out to the sides. Chop your strawberries (thinly) and arrange them around the base. Fill in the gaps with the blueberries and raspberries. Finally drizzle honey and let it rest to allow the flan to moisten.
Enjoy!


Comment by Laura Murray on March 21, 2015 at 1:16am
Have you ever made Sourdough Bread? Here is an amazing recipe you can make tonight and bake it tomorrow. Can you guess what food naturally has the active culture that a sourdough starter has?
http://www.makinghealthychoices.ca/blogs/post/Food-Experiments-Sour...
Comment by Laura Murray on March 21, 2015 at 1:14am
I everyone, I'm Laura and my blog is http://www.makinghealthychoices.ca/blogs/ and https://www.facebook.com/makinghealthychoices.ca?ref=tn_tnmn I write about nutrition, food, recipes, fitness and wellness.
Comment by Tanya on March 9, 2015 at 7:02pm

Hi, everyone!  I'm Tanya!  I have a blog called Our Paleo Planner where I post meal plans (with links to recipes) for myself & those who follow or interested in eating Paleo!  I also share my own recipes!  Feel free to stop by!  

Comment by Erin Gregory on March 3, 2015 at 8:55am

Get your whole grains, fruit and vegetables all in one slice for breakfast! 

http://www.fitandfabmoms.com/home/?p=347 

Comment by Erin Gregory on March 2, 2015 at 3:47pm

What's on your dinner menu tonight? Need a simple, healthy way to do salmon the whole family will love? Check this out!

 Lemon Garlic Salmon

Comment by Monica Dubsky on February 24, 2015 at 7:23am
Mama Bee Simple

Oats are a great energy source and I really wanted to master my own version of an oat biscuit.  My 'Tot Friendly' honey oat biscuits are perfect snack box treat! If you like to watch what your child eats this is a lovely simple, healthy and low budget recipe to use.

Yesterday I took my 1 year old to a lovely play group that included lots of toys, lots of running around and a very hungry boy afterwards! As I mentioned before, oats are a lovely energy source and great for children. Packed full of flavour with a pinch of ginger and honey to combine these biscuits are a lovely treat after a busy day! Your house will smell wonderful once you have made these, (Trust me!) Try them with a cup of coffee for yourself to enjoy too.

Enjoy!

Mama Bee


Comment by Amanda G on February 23, 2015 at 7:34pm

My newest sweet recipe. So fun to make with the kids.

http://adropofsweetness.blogspot.com/2015/01/lemon-filled-hearts.html

Comment by Karen Dawson on February 3, 2015 at 12:01pm

Hey yall, I am new to Mom Bloggers.  I look forward to trying the great recipes you ladies are sharing. Check out my blog at Four Hungry Boys  

 

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