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Abel & Coles Easy Cheesy with Griddled Greens

Hello everyone… Nese here and I have another quick and easy meal for this week… It’s delicious too! There is always so much to do when you are a working mum, but never seems quite enough time whether you have children or not, to do all the things that need and want to be done right? I do often feel like I’m running against it, BUT I’m always conscious about eating properly and not letting myself slip into to [...]

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Family recipe

Egg-ceptional Spring Delight

It’s the weekend and we’ve been out all day – And I need a quick dinner that is ready before the kids fall asleep at the table! This is the point when it’s tempting to say, “let’s grab a take away”. But instead I look in my fridge and we have so many lovely spring vegetables waiting to be eaten that it would be a crime to be so lazy. So we all agree on a frittata adapted from [...]

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Pancakes made by Nese

Buckwheat Banana Pancake Breakfast for the whole Family

I hope you all had a lovely Easter holiday… For myself, not having to rush in the mornings has been a real luxury! And it has meant that I can really enjoy a nice breakfast with my family –  What better way to start the day than with some yummy pancakes? This is a perfect recipe to get the children involved too…  Buckwheat Banana Pancakes 160g  buckwheat flour 2 tbls coconut sugar 2 tsp baking powder 1 ½ tsp ground cinnamon pinch of salt 1 egg 200ml [...]

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Smoothie Sensation

Hi Nese Halil here again with another delicious recipe… At the moment my two-year old is obsessed with our new blender, and keeps on asking for smoothies. The other day he requested a chocolate banana smoothie, so we got creating! I imaged a black forest gateau – very retro – reminds me of my childhood! And so I thought it would be fun to create something along these lines… BUT something that is far more healthier than a slice of [...]

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Lovely Lentils

I was always put off cooking and eating lentils, as growing up I’d only ever eaten them mixed in with rice. This is how my mum has always cooked them, like a Turkish pilaf but I never really enjoyed their true taste. Trying to reduce my meat intake I wanted to eat more foods containing protein. Lentils have some other great health benefits too! They lower your risk of heart disease, prevent constipation, help stabilise blood sugar levels and [...]

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