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Fairy Bread Cake – yes it’s a thing!

By Katherine Sabbath When I was growing up, no kid’s birthday could be celebrated without a plate of sugar-studded, 
floppy white fairy bread (and hold the butter please, we’re in margarine territory). I’m pretty sure I learned on the first day of primary school that ‘one simply does not party …

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Chocolate pancakes with caramelised banana

By Caralee Fontenele TIP: These pancakes freeze really well, so divide them into four serves and place in separate zip lock bags for quick weekday breakfasts… #winning! Serves //  4 Preparation time // 5 minutes Cooking time // 15 minutes // INGREDIENTS Pancakes 2 ripe bananas ¼ cup coconut flour ¼ …

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Summer recipe: roast chicken in marinade

By Mandy Sacher, paediatric nutritionist, mum and author of Wholesome Child: Complete Nutrition Guide and Cookbook Looking for a summer-perfect recipe that will delight the entire fam-bam? Then look no further than this roast chicken in marinade recipe that is gluten and nut-free. Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: One hour (+ …

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Feeling tired AF? Time for a liver detox

By Dr Libby Weaver We don’t often consider our liver when we are feeling tired, irritable, headachey and run down, but this mighty organ is often at the heart of these symptoms and many others. In today’s world, we are exposed to more pollutants than ever before, through what we …

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3 delish mocktail recipes for the silly season

Pregnant, breastfeeding, or simply on an alcohol-free health kick, there are many reasons that mamas pop on their party frocks without indulging in a tipple or three. With these fabuloso mocktails you can now join the fun world of bubbles and tiny umbrellas, without suffering the accompanying hangover. You might …

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Soul food: Supercharged bolognaise

By Mandy Sacher, paediatric nutritionist, mum and author of Wholesome Child: Complete Nutrition Guide and Cookbook Even the fussiest of eaters won’t be able to detect the veggies in this supercharged bolognaise dish AND it can be pureed into a smooth consistency for babies and picky eaters. Plus, it’s a …

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Impress the kids with this Neapolitan Marble Cake

By Charlotte Ree Marble cakes are one of my FAV types of cake. As a child, I was always intrigued by the way the different coloured batters blended together (I still am TBH!) To create a marbled effect, dollop each of the coloured batters into the cake tin, then pull a skewer …

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An apple crumble recipe that is easy AF

By Charlotte Ree Apple crumble is a fav in any household and this recipe is EASY! In fact, the simplicity of apple crumble is what first attracted me to making it. If you ask me, the fewer ingredients the better, and for a first-time baker (which I was at the …

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Chocolate brownies to soothe your soul

By Charlotte Ree Brownies were one of the first things I made as a home baker and I love them in their purest form – CHOCOLATE ON CHOCOLATE! Yasss! The edge pieces from the brownie tin are always my favs because of that added crunch. Tip: Make these brownies in …