26 hot school lunch ideas for kids to take to school in their thermos. Hot food in insulated jars are a fun alternative to sandwiches in winter.
Through the series I will be sharing my stories and tips, but I would love to read and share yours as well. I am positive those who are feeling out of control at the moment will find some comfort and help reading how other mums have managed to get through these times, be it that you struggled too or you found one simple tip made a difference or you found a way to manage from the beginning. Your story and tips can make a big difference to another mum.
My mum used to make Tuna Mornay for us all the time as children. I remember when she began to make this for us, it wasn’t long after she purchased her first microwave oven. She went and had lessons at the local TAFE on how to use it and came home with a folder full of […]
It’s been a while since I shared what’s been happening and what’s new on the blog. We have welcomed some fabulous new sponsors to the blog, which as always I am thankful for their support and in turn thrilled to share some of their fabulous products with you! I’ve also been creating some new charts […]
My husband loves lamb shanks, he often orders them when out at restaurants, but it’s just one type of meat that I rarely cook with. However when I read this recipe in the Meals that cook themselves in the Slow Cooker cookbook it sounded delicious, very fuss free so I had to try it. I […]
I have made Chow Mein for my family for years. The kids loved it as toddlers and I found it was a great way to add some vegetables into their meals, with mince which all kids love and a fun element of wiggley noodles. Now they are getting older I add in more curry for […]
Weekly meal plan family friendly recipe Ideas to help you work out what to cook for dinner
This Beef Macaroni recipe is a dinner that the kids will love, you can’t go past mince and macaroni. Plus the bonus is you could double this easy dinner ingredients make enough to have it on toast tomorrow night! I’ve used peas and corn, but you can add whatever vegetables you would like, carrot, capsicum, cauliflower etc. […]