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Coconut Oat Energy Balls, no-bake and sugar-free
After a summer of a daily ice cream by the seaside or a gelato after dinner while meandering along city streets,  I wanted (needed!) to return home to a bit of a healthier routine. And since we acquired a slight sweet tooth, it was essential to find sugar-free options that also were delicious and easy. ...
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The very best spaghetti carbonara (unanimously voted by my children!)
My children are very good eaters and they all have quite an extensive list of their favourite foods. But spaghetti carbonara is definitely in the top 3 for all five of them. (I say five, because I'm pretty sure it's on Bram's list as well, even though he hasn't even started solids yet.) I don't make ...
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Leek Tarte, a simple French recipe
  One of the things I love doing when I am on holiday is taking the time to cook. You see, during the daily routines of school, work and activities I tend to stick to the same recipes. But it gets so boring! When we were in our little French country house this summer, we ...
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Banana Bread -- the yummiest, moistest recipe ever!
This has been our family recipe for over 50 years. It is a winning recipe, and really is the moistest banana bread I have ever had, and I am a big banana bread fan! So I have decided to share the treasured family favourite, and hope you will try it soon. Often, I double or ...
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Watermelon Shark -- the hit of every party and picnic
It is never too late in the summer for a little more fun, so consider this your last and greatest trick... a shark carved out of watermelon, and a fruit salad bowl all-in-one! YES! It has been the biggest hit at every party and picnic for two summers straight. I can't believe I haven't posted ...
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Red beet greens and goat cheese quiche. Delicious!
Once a year our supermarket hands out sacs of seeds for children to collect. Our kids love collecting these, so now our greenhouse and garden are overflowing with vegetables. Including tons of red beets, which I love. Before leaving on our big trip, I was roasting them in batches and keeping them in the fridge, ...
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The best blueberry muffins
As those of you in the northern hemisphere are enjoying the final warm days of summer, we are here on the opposite side of the world looking forward to spring! It's been nearly two years since we moved to Australia and I still can't get used to the seasonal differences of blooming flowers and ripening ...
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Bulgur salad with three seeds, the perfect summer dish
This bulgur salad is such a thankful dish to make! It's the perfect companion to any kind of main but we've mostly been eating it with grilled vegetables, cheese, fish or meat. It has a lovely taste (nutty, fresh and creamy) and an interesting texture. It can be prepared beforehand and keeps in the fridge for ...
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Chocolate Cheescake with Cherries
It’s cherry season now and so it's the perfect time to share this crazy delicious cherry cake recipe with you. I’ve seen this kind of cake around Germany quite a few times already but never had the chance to try it out (usually the final piece has been snatched by a person standing in line ...
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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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The Simplest and Healthiest Fruit Ice Lollies!
Sometimes the simplest things are often over looked, and these whole fruit banana and watermelon ice lollies are the perfect example. I was recently told by my friend that these are ingenious. (I tend to agree!) They are a game changer!  Simple and sweet.  These ice lollies are a staple in our freezer and are ...
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Homemade sourdough bread, delicious and healthy. Here's how!
I recently received interesting post from England -- a little plastic bag with a grey brownish 'blub' inside. This 'blub' was highly anticipated as it happens to be a sourdough starter -- a culture of naturally occurring bacteria and yeast which can be used to bake delicious and healthy homemade sourdough bread. We have since ...
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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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Roasted sweet potatoes (and a simple watermelon salad)
I posted the recipe of a super yummy tomato salsa last week and since then I have gotten numerous requests to share the recipe of the roasted sweet potatoes and the watermelon salad on the table as well. Of course I am happy to! Cooking on hot spring/summer days is all about yummy vegetables and of ...
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A delicious and easy-to-make tomato salsa. The perfect summer recipe!
A friend of ours makes the most delicious tomato salsa, and I've asked him the recipe at least 5 times in the past and have always written it down somewhere, only to loose the note immediately after. They always disappear! So it's become the joke that his recipe is meant to be secret, even without ...
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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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Dandelion Potato Salad
In Slovenia, where I was born and bred, almost everybody eats this kind of salad at this time of the year. It is very common for us to go out and pick dandelion leaves in the big, clean (dog free!) meadows. They are the most delicious at the beginning of spring, before the plants bloom ...
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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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EASTER CRAFTS
Natural Egg Dyeing for Easter
Dyeing eggs with natural ingredients creates a beautiful result -- sometimes a bit unexpected, but with tones that are truly stunning! This is a really fun activity to do before Easter. I will warn you in advance thou, since it was my first time, we called it our eggy experiment but the children were excited ...
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EASTER RECIPES
Edible Easter Egg Nests
These little bird nests are perfect for your festive spring celebrations. The nests are light, sweet, and crispy. They are delicious after a big meal, or when a lot of chocolate has already been consumed on Easter! From start to finish, this recipe takes half an hour to make and can be eaten minutes later. ...
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TEAM FAVOURITES
Team Favourites: 14 Warming Winters Soups & Stews
A bowl of warm, homemade soup is a bowl of happiness. It just feels good for the soul to have yummy and healthy soup simmering away. Especially if you are serving it to a family filled with colds or fighting flus! But really, there is never a reason to need soup, just because is reason ...
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Tomato Paste -- spread it onto bread and call it dinner!
This recipe actually comes from one of the most remote parts of the world! My lovely friend Nadine is from St Helena, an island in the middle of the Atlantic that hardly anyone has ever heard about. We stayed with her over the holidays (not in St Helena as it takes days to get there, ...
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