Spaghetti with cherry tomatoes

Spaghetti with cherry tomatoes

This dish is one of the most popular dish in Italy and very easy to make. It also represent the simplicity of Italian cuisine, with simple fresh ingredients you will get the best result. My family loves this so I can honestly say that I make spaghetti with cherry tomatoes once a week, in 20 minutes you … Continue reading

Battling On With The Baby Who Won’t Eat

I have come to the conclusion that babies are very smart. They know when they are on to a good thing. Look at mine for instance – he loves breast milk so much that all he wants to eat or drink is breast milk. What a smart cookie! With the WHO organisation recommending that babies … Continue reading

How to make your own Sourdough Starter

How to make your own Sourdough Starter

Isn’t the smell of homemade bread the best! This is a regular occurrence in our house not because I am busy baking all night long so we can have fresh bread everyday but because we own a breadmaker! My husband is a gadget man so owning a breadmaker was his idea and initially we made … Continue reading

The number one real food priority

The number one real food priority

If you’ve been following Freddie’s Food recently you’ll have noticed how I’ve been posting quite a bit about eating REAL food. Limiting the amount of sugar and processed foods in our diet for the benefit of our health and to try and be more sustainable in our approach to food. My playcentre friend Emma Abrahams … Continue reading

Grain free breakfasts? How?!

Grain free breakfasts? How?!

Hello everyone! This paleo business takes a lot to get your head around, especially removing food that has long been considered, and is still very much suggested, to be wholesome and healthy food. I am talking about grains. They have sure been around awhile but apparently those hunter/gatherer folk from way back when didn’t eat … Continue reading

Meat Free Monday – Easy Mini Calzone

Meat Free Monday – Easy Mini Calzone

Mmmmmmmm pizza! Sometimes you just feel like eating pizza and the best thing is if you make it yourself it doesn’t have to be unhealthy. I prefer serving the kids these mini calzone over regular pizza as they solve the problem of the topping slipping off and going all down their fronts or, as Lottie … Continue reading

How to throw a Healthy Birthday Party

My little boy turned 3 last week. In fact, this whole month has been all about turning 3 – as many of his friends have also had birthdays around the same time. I hate being the party pooper but I always dread birthday parties a little bit because it means he gets offered the sugar-laced … Continue reading