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Sunshine in a Jar -- Make your own Marmalade!
This is the very best way to cheer up a grey day. It truly is sunshine in a jar, and any marmalade maker will tell you that homemade marmalade is sooo much better than anything store bought. So I thought this was our year to give it a try.  I will not sell this as ...
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Michael's homemade granola recipe
One of the first things we noticed when we moved to Australia is how expensive the food here is, especially good, organic food. And one of the things that really stood out to us was the price of granola (especially when you're buying for a family of seven)! I guess it was something we took ...
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My new favourite: Scandinavian Cinnamon Rolls
This past Easter weekend, we had friends from Finland staying with us in our home. They have four kids, so that made 9 kids in one small house for six whole days! You can imagine how much fun was had!! On Easter morning, I woke early with the realisation I had forgotten to make the ...
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Crunchy nut granola -- here's my favourite recipe!
I've been making crunchy nut granola for a long time now, and over the years I think I have perfected the recipe we use. This granola is crunchy, with a hint of cinnamon and honey, and chockfull of nuts. We like it best served with a creamy and thick Greek or Bulgarian yoghurt, and we add ...
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Mix’n’Match Morning Muffins -- a must have breakfast recipe for every busy family
Here is the third and last breakfast recipe brought to us but the lovely Lyndsay from the food blog I Eat My Peas (we shared her Quinoa Oats and Cheesy Egg Tacos earlier this week). These Mix'n'Match Morning Muffins are a must make family recipe Lyndsay claims, so we'll definitely be making them this weekend. ...
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Cheesy Egg Tacos -- another delicious breakfast idea!
As promised, here is the second yummy breakfast idea from Lyndsay of I Eat My Peas (yesterday we shared her Quinoa Oats -- have you tried them yet?). The Cheesy Egg Tacos she's sharing today make me even more excited about breakfast (and it's already my favourite meal of the day!). I happen to love ...
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Quinoa Oats -- a yummy breakfast idea for chaotic family mornings!
Lyndsay is a British mama who is currently living in Dubai with her husband and their two daughters. Originally an architect, she decided to follow her real passion and retrained as a food developer and stylist. She documents her recipes for nutritious, practical and (most importantly!) tasty family food on her beautiful blog I eat ...
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Oatmeal Blueberry Cups -- a great breakfast and on-the-go snack too!
These Oatmeal Blueberry Cups for breakfast were so yummy I had to share! They are a healthy and yummy breakfast and can be made in advance. (And I always love a new idea to add to our breakfast repertoire!) They are also perfect for lunches, after-school snacks, road trips, and I can imagine would be ...
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Oat and Banana Pancakes -- just 3 ingredients!
We love pancakes! Every single type of pancake! And now we've found a recipe which our girls can make entirely on their own; only using three ingredients and hardly any washing up (hurray I hear you say). It's so simple I managed to enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee while I watched Florence make ...
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Creamy and delicious Arborio Rice Pudding for breakfast
I've recently realised I like to change my breakfasts based on the season and the weather. Is this something you do as well? I always knew all the other meals in my life (as well as desserts) were something that changed seasonally, but I will now add breakfast to my list. So my latest Summertime ...
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Easy Frittatas -- perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Frittatas are fantastic! Our family frittata is a staple in our repertoire. It can be dressed up for guests or kept casual. It is easy to make, packed with goodness, a great way to reuse leftovers or new fresh ingredients, and simply the perfect meal for anytime of day — breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner! We ...
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The very best Belgian Waffles
For Mother's Day this year Michael and the kids gave me a waffle maker, and it has seriously upped our weekend breakfast game.  We've spent the past couple months perfecting different recipes, and I believe we've finally found the perfect one.  The waffles are perfectly crisp on the outside, thick and fluffy and soft on ...
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The perfect grain-free granola recipe
Once the colder months are over, I instantly shift my breakfast menu! Suddenly, I want to leave the hot porridge or hardboiled eggs, and instead eat cold, crunchy, and usually fruity breakfasts. Enter delicious homemade granola! This granola is perfect year-round, but we make a super big batch during spring and summer months. I really ...
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Perfectly wholesome and nourishing breakfast muffins
We are big fans of making time in the morning to fill ourselves with a nourishing breakfast. I just feel it sets us up for the day. I'm also keen on getting some veg into the girls straight away and I do this usually by serving a delicious green smoothie or a yummy muffin. We ...
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Banana Pancakes... the Best Breakfast! (and only 4 ingredients)
Ok, we actually call these 'banana MAN-cakes' in our house, since it was one of the first phrases my daughter said, and it made us chuckle, and now it has stuck... so that is what we really call them. But whatever you call them, they are super delicious, quick to make, fuss free, healthy, and ...
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Blueberry Breakfast Cake
After eating delicious American breakfasts in NYC last week (pancakes, huevos rancheros, doughnuts, scones, bagels!) I came back inspired to spruce up our breakfasts a bit. Conveniently, I had pinned this buttermilk-blueberry breakfast cake on Pinterest a couple weeks ago so I already had in mind what I wanted to try first. Marlow and I ...
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What kids around the world eat for breakfast
I am sure a lot of you have come across this article in the New York Times but I still wanted to post it, as I think it is so interesting to see how differently children eat. At my flat we are so used to eating sweet things in the morning, be it cereal, porridge (very ...
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Scones!
Last week I was thinking of something new for breakfast (the children had a few days off from school), and suddenly the idea of scones came to mind. Scones are not a traditional Dutch dish, but I've learned to appreciate a good scone in the years I lived in London. Here's the recipe I used (this BBC ...
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Homemade yoghurt
Have you ever thought about making your own yoghurt? We've been doing it since we visited friends in France a few years ago and they served cute little jars for dessert filled with their own homemade yoghurt. And it was the best yoghurt we ever had! We purchased a 'yoghurt maker' (similar to these, UK/US), ...
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Blackberry foraging and Compote making
Every year we spend a few weeks in the countryside in our family house in France, and there's always one major task at hand: blackberry picking! This year was a particularly good blackberry year, so we all got to work (kids included) and I was able to make a few batches of jam and compote. ...
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Drop scones (or maxi blinis?)
This recipe comes from an interior magazine I had a peek at in the dressing room of my Pilates class. I snatched a photo of the recipe with my phone, and tried it for breakfast this past weekend. It was yummy, and so easy to make! In the magazine they were called drop scones, but ...
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Bircher Muesli
We're currently enjoying a few days in Germany (in a little village called Diemelsee, very pretty!), and on the menu each morning is something called 'Bircher Muesli'. Such a coincidence, as last week I spotted the same dish in my Sophie Dahl cookbook, Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights, which by the way I can recommend -- ...
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Morning Muffins
Any excuse for muffins is a good one -- my kids thought they had died and gone to heaven when I made these for breakfast last week!  And I can only agree: what's better than a freshly made muffin with a large cappuccino on a weekend morning? These 'Morning Muffins' are really easy to make ...
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