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Baking, DIY Family Food, DIY Recipes, Snacks

Whole Wheat Oatmeal Coconut Cookies (An Aussie Bites Knockoff Recipe)

Have you ever tried those “Aussie Bites” from Costco? SO addicting. They’re like little mini cakelets (that’s a word in my books) filled with all sorts of flavourful ingredients like oats, coconut and dried fruit. I consider them to be mostly healthy, and they are such a filling snack. I thought they’d be fun to try to recreate, but in a cookie format. I modified a Aussie Bites knockoff recipe, added some cookie-ish ingredients to it and the result was YUM.Continue reading

Dessert, DIY Family Food, DIY Kids Activities, DIY Recipes, Snacks, Tip Tuesday Videos

Make Frozen Banana Pops – Tip Tuesday

Summertime is officially¬†here, and I can just bet that my girls will be asking for snacks constantly throughout the day. As easy as it is to grab a pre-packaged food or something sugary and void of nutrients, I really want to try to feed my kids nutritious snacks this summer. These frozen banana pops are a really fun treat to have as a snack on a hot day, and they’re really easy to make. They’re really quite tasty, and they’re full of nutrients too.Continue reading

Baking, Breakfast, DIY Family Food, DIY Recipes, Tip Tuesday Videos

How to Make Whole Wheat Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce – Tip Tuesday

Pancakes are one of our favourite things to make on the weekend for breakfast – they’re so filling and tasty, and they’re especially yummy topped with seasonal fruit. For our Tip Tuesday video today, I’m sharing with you an absolutely delicious recipe for whole wheat pancakes topped with homemade strawberry sauce. Not only is this a tasty breakfast, but the whole wheat flour and fruit makes is really nutritious too!
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DIY Family Food, DIY Recipes

Make an Easy, Healthy Chicken Dinner in One Casserole Dish

Some nights (OK, 90% of the nights), I want to make a really easy dinner for my family that doesn’t involve copious amounts of chopping, five million pots and pans, and at least that many dirty dishes to wash afterwards. I do resort to frozen pizza or fish & chips sometimes, but here’s an easy supper that I’ve been loving lately. It’s SO quick to prepare, and it’s a lot healthier than lots of other fast suppers. This One Dish Chicken Dinner was a hit in our house, so I want to share it with you too.Continue reading

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