Anyone else, like me, look to Pinterest for food ideas for Bank holidays and celebrations? Just makes it easier than looking through dozens of cookbooks, on the run up to the end of term, when I’m running out of time to find recipe inspiration. I’m going to share my Pinterest board ideas in case you’re also needing some inspiration. Continue reading “Our Easter Meal Planning 2018”
Have you heard about the Oreo Cookie Quest? Continue reading “TeamStein’s Oreo Cookie Quest Treasure Hunt!”
I have been searching for an alternative to shop bought crisps or savoury snacks for the kids’ lunch boxes and I have been tweaking a few recipes in search of a few go-to snacks. Continue reading “Mini Cheese Biscuits”
If you’re stuck for ideas on what to feed your baby/toddler and just fancy some inspiration, do you ever look at YouTube? I often enjoy watching food videos for feeding Florence and all the family. Here is my recent video, which is a collaboration with two of my good friends that I have met through this crazy social media world! Both Amy and Kirsty enjoy documenting what food they enjoy as a family, so we thought what better than to join forces on this video.
I do hope you enjoy!
Leftover pumpkin or squash in your home from Halloween 👻 Here is a delicious easy soup recipe that even the children enjoyed!
So we got the new Annabel Karmel book recently and I decided to have a go at a couple of things on a rainy Saturday afternoon.
I love a bit of flapjack, and I love peanut butter, so here’s the best of both worlds! Continue reading “Daddy’s Peanut Butter Flapjack Recipie”