I had a notion to bake something this morning and I had some frozen rhubarb in the freezer so this is what I came up with! No added sugar but this got mega MMMM’s from Abel. This is the first time I have made a crumble since school! You could add any fruit you want […]
With it being summer (believe it or not…) its always a great idea to make some ice pops! Here are a few of our favourite combos, you can be as fancy or as basic as you like, just stick it all in a blender and freeze. I use a Nuby mould. Great for teething or […]
I never really know what to do with quinoa, I only recently started using it more but have been surprised at how versatile it is! These were surprisingly good, you could take the sugar out but I think they would be pretty bland without it. I did adapt the recipe to suit me and what […]
- 1 banana
- a little unsalted butter
- natural yoghurt
- 1 apricot
- Half your banana and shape the sliced ends to look like a sausage.
- Melt your butter in a pan and fry your bananas until they become caramelized.
- Slice your apricot in half.
- Spoon some yoghurt onto your plate then put your halved apricot in the middle.
- Plate up your banana and you have your "fry up"!
I’m sure i seen this idea on an advert somewhere… M&S I think! Anyway as soon as I seen it I wanted to try it and this gave me the perfect opportunity! Me and Abel shared this and he loved copying me dipping the mango.
This is so simple and is one of the meals I go to if we are in a rush or don’t have much else. The main reason I wanted to share this is because it is a great way to add more veg without it being like “hi i’m a carrot…” so definitely great for […]
3 June 2015 : St Enoch Centre : Glasgow After my first meet up in April I couldn’t wait to start organizing another. I was lucky enough to work with Hartbeeps at this meet up and it went amazingly. If you are struggling to find a baby class that you like the sound of then I highly recommend you try Hartbeeps! […]
This is one of my favorite recipes for little ones especially for teething! This recipe is usually made only using the banana which is fine but I like to add the yoghurt to make it extra creamy and it helps it blend better too!