Classic Italian Bruschetta with NatureSweet Eclipses + GIVEAWAY

We moved from Europe to the US a few years ago, and one of the things I miss is the food in Italy. Simple, with the best ingredients, you just can’t beat it. I miss the tomatoes from my in-laws’ kitchen garden, they are unlike anything I have tried before; …

Fig Chia Oat Bars: All the Good Stuff with Just the Right Amount of Naughty

I’ve been destroying the kitchen again… I have sampled so many Fig Chia Oat Bars this week I’ve started to dream about them. But on the plus side, I’m pretty sure I’ve nailed the recipe. The whole household is loving these snack bars – well George is only 50% on board, …

12 Meals Kids Can Make Themselves

Children love to get involved in food prep and cooking, and there are plenty of meals kids can make themselves. They can help with pretty much anything, but there are certain activities they particularly enjoy, and others that encourage learning. Whatever the new skill, they will feel empowered by the independence of making their …

Decadent Chocolate Fudge Cake: Elsie in the Kitchen

It’s the weekend and Elsie’s in the mood for chocolate cake. Who am I to deny her an opportunity to work on her baking skills? And I suppose I’ll have to help her eat it too… tough times. This decadent chocolate fudge cake contains A LOT of chocolate, while being extremely …

What Valentine’s Day Means to Kids

Not everyone is in love with Valentine’s Day, but you can safely say that most kids are. That’s because what Valentine’s Day means to kids may be a little different to us adults… I’m pretty sure it’s not all fancy date nights, or feeling depressed about their single status on Facebook. As soon …

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies: Elsie in the Kitchen

I’m still recovering from the holidays (I hope you are too), so Elsie has taken over for today’s blog post. She’s making chewy chocolate chip cookies… delicious. Do enjoy her video! Well done Elsie, they are pretty yummy if I don’t say so myself. I would suggest taking more precaution …