The most buttery, crumbly cookies you ever did eat. Lunch Box treats never looked so good need I say more!
Chocolate Chip Cookies
1/3 cup coconut sugar
2 cups wholemeal spelt flour (brown rice flour for GF)
1 tsp bicarb soda
200g 70% dark choc chips or chocolate broken into chunks
- Preheat oven to 180’C and line a baking tray with baking paper
- Beat butter, vanilla, coconut sugar and egg in an electric mixer until light and fluffy
- Mix through flour, bicarb soda, and chocolate
- Roll mixture into heaped teaspoon size balls
- Place balls 2 inches apart and bake for 15 mins
- Cool completely on tray store in an air tight container in the pantry
Running out of ideas for kids school lunches?
These mix and bake choc banana & coconut muffins are the perfect nut-free lunchbox treat. With using alternatives to sugars, good quality 70% dark chocolate and wholemeal spelt flour makes them a healthier yet still super yummy, kid friendly snack. You can swap the chocolate and use sultanas or blueberries to keep things interesting.
My kids love them, make a batch and freeze them in ziplock bags for easier lunchbox treats.
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It’s back to school time!
It was the first week back of term this week QLD and for the rest soon approaching. There was mixed feelings sending them on their merry way this week with a combination of excitement but also unwillingness to get back into the hectic routine. The hardest part of the holidays for me is always trying to keep the kids entertained. With three active boys can be somewhat difficult at times to keep up with their incessant amount of energy and boredom kicks in very quickly, which soon turns into mischief, fighting, whingeing and tears. Continue reading “Nut-Free Lunchbox Apricot & Honey Oat Bars”
So who’s with me when I say breakfast is the hardest meal to get creative with?
Most days we are so rushed trying to get the household ready and out of the house that you usually scoff down a bowl of muesli or toast on the run. Yep me too!
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With three hungry growing boys in my house well four including the biggest boy, hubby. I must have my pantry stocked and fridge full most of the time. Healthy snacks I like to always have on hand so I know they are getting used to healthy eating habits as they grow up. At times it can be hard to think of new ideas I don’t buy a lot of packet or pre-made snacks unless I know exactly what’s in them and I stay clear away from supermarket sugar filled packaged food. While we eat a lot of fruit, veggie sticks, nuts and smoothies at times the kids want something hot and tasty to fill them up. These homemade sausage rolls are ideal for hungry bellies yet still nutritious and without the nasties.
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