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Healthy after school snack ideas

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By Heidi Janit Healthy snack options can be tricky. If you have crisps, sweets and cookies in the cupboards then your children are likely to know as much and expect those as snacks. Not to say you cannot have unhealthy treats at home, but giving your children healthier options is vital. Here are a few healthier after school or weekend ... Read More »

Quick bread sticks

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These bread sticks are sure to please. They are delicious and can be nibbled on in the car, at school, in between extra murals……and the list goes on! What you need: 2 1/4 to 2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 package active dry yeast (2 1/4 tsp) 3/4 tsp salt 3/4 cup warm water (120 to 130 degrees) 2 Tbsp ... Read More »

Potato, corn and tuna patties!

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By Heidi Janit Whether you are looking for a new idea on what to make your children for supper or something different to put in their lunchboxes, these potato and corn fritters are sure to please! (And they are a great way to sneak in some veges!) Recipe Source: www.taste.com.au Ingredients: utrition  500g potatoes, peeled, coarsely chopped  1 x 185g ... Read More »

Meatballs for lunch boxes

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By Vicky Pollock As the New Year starts so does my lunch box dilemma. While my 7 year old loves all the good things in life (sushi, olives, gherkins etc,) there are the basics in life that she does not eat like bread of any kind, sausages, noodles (she will only eat spaghetti – you would think they were the ... Read More »

Introducing solids to a baby

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By Lauri Isserow The growth rate during infancy is higher than at any other time of life and therefore the nutritional requirements of your baby are high. Growth charts are a vital tool for both parents and health professionals to monitor growth. The centile that your baby is growing on is not important (all babies do not need to be ... Read More »