Pumpkin Wraps

It seems like forever since I’ve had a good cooking session but today, despite the heat, gave me the chance to get in the kitchen and try a few things out. I made coconut butter for the first time and with that I made my own version of Sally Fallon’s carob fudge bites (Nourishing Traditions). … Continue reading

Breakfast Jar – Chocolate Chia Pudding

Eating or drinking things out of jars seems to be the craze of the last few years. It might seem a little odd at first but it actually does serve a purpose and can make life a little easier. Jars are handy because, unlike many containers, they won’t leak. They are useful to take juices, … Continue reading

Kids’ choice – Sausage rolls

Sausage rolls are a fun way to sneak in loads of veggies for your kids. They are a great party or finger food and are easy to eat on the go. Homemade sausage rolls are great and always taste so much better than the ones bought from a bakery or the freezer section of the … Continue reading

Cure ‘hangry’ with caramel

We all know that time of day, 3.30 in the afternoon. Everyone’s energy slumps and we all get a bit hungry. Never fear, I have a couple of snacks you can whip up in minutes to cure the ‘hangry’ hour. The next two recipes rely on natural and healthy foods to create that ‘caramel’ flavour, … Continue reading

Muesli bars with a twist

Today has been a rather random day here on the farm. I woke up this morning to the howling wind and freezing cold temperatures, so I had to light the fire! Third day of spring and I had to light the fire! Crazy! Our house is like an icebox though and tends to stay very … Continue reading