Being on my fitness journey, I have learnt that being healthy is not about restricting yourself or cutting out foods, it's about making better food choices but also allowing yourself to eat freely from time to time. That is what makes healthy eating more sustainable. I don't believe in all the 'clean eating' stuff, I'm … Continue reading Food Review: Beefeaters Woolwich
Toddler snack brand, Organix have teamed up with Chessington World of Adventures Resorts to offer little explorers (and adults too!) a chance to go free. You can find the vouchers on the packaging of Organix snack packs, I found mine on the Organix Goodies bars. Each voucher entitles one adult or one child free entry … Continue reading #FoodieFridays | Organix’s Gruffalo-themed muffin tin meal recipe
A warm welcome... A few weeks ago I was invited to World Vision's launch for their new campaign, Share A Meal. As it was a food event that included a live cooking demo with British Bake Off finalist Selasi, I decided to invite my bestie and pastry-chef-turned-mumpreneur Dinah (@DinahsDesserts) who's a BIG fan of the … Continue reading World Vision: Share a meal this autumn with Selasi, family and friends
There are many ways to help lead a healthy lifestyle and most people follow the ones that work best for them. The ways to do that include working on your diet, exercise and mental state, to become healthier and happier. The UK is well-known as a nation of tea drinkers – that’s black, breakfast type … Continue reading Tea or Coffee: Which is best to support a healthy lifestyle?
In a world full of choices especially when it comes to food, you're basically spoilt with choice. This can sometimes make buying the most simplest of things difficult. Olive oil is something that I've onlyrecently discovered funnily enough as I have never previously thought about cooking with it. I always assumed it was used for … Continue reading Jamie’s Italian: The buyers guide to olive oil
I don't always make vegetarian meals even though I did wish I made more of an effort to. LO is not a big meat fan - unless it's oven cooked (fish fingers/chicken nuggets/turkey drummers), or meatballs with spaghetti you couldn't get him to even touch it with a barge pole. When the founder of Mister … Continue reading Review: Mister Paste’s new sweet and sour mango sauce makes vegetarian cooking easy!