Practical solutions for colic

Practical solutions for Colic

Okay, so we’ve all been there. You’ve fed, changed, burped, swayed, rocked and even driven your baby round the block 10 times but she still won’t stop crying. Could it be colic? Colic is the medical term for excessive, frequent crying in a baby who appears to be otherwise healthy and well fed. It is thought to occur […]

Quinoa sprouted chickpea salad

Quinoa and Feta Salad

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a fantastic gluten free alternative to cous cous. It makes delicious salads and yummy granola bars. When the weather hots up I often make a quinoa and feta salad for lunch. As long as you keep it simple and add your child’s favourite toppings it’s a big hit. Bring 2 cups […]

Natural treatment for hay fever

Natural Solutions for Hayfever

What a wonderful Easter break we’ve had. The sun has been out and the flowers are budding. This is great news for everyone that loves the Summer and being outdoors, but bad news for those with hayfever. Up to 40% of children in the Western world suffer from hayfever every year. These figures have dramatically […]

Black bean and brazil nut sugar free brownies

Black bean & Brazil nut brownies

These sugar free / gluten free fudge brownies are healthy and delicious. Great for little ones on the go, and perfect for knackered or breastfeeding  mums who need a pick-me-up that doesn’t come with a crash. I know the ingredients sounds strange, but bare with me…they work. I’ve been searching for a brownie recipe that […]

Gathering nettles in the spring time

Nettles for hayfever

Nettles are the bane of many a childhood. Who doesn’t remember the sting of brushing past a nettle bush when riding your bike, or worse still, crashing head long into a bush of stingers? I’ll never forget the first time Melissa discovered Nettles bite. Walking casually through the woods to nursery school one day last […]