One chicken into three meals.
After rounding up a month of sustainability for plastic-free July,
we wanted to share some recipe ideas that save on waste,
are easy on the hip pocket and don't compromise on taste!
Harry is a new mum, author and recipe genius living in a gorgeous 40 square home complete with a veggie patch. A passion for turning simple plant-based organic ingredients into easy & tasty dishes has allowed Harry to show people a different way of life where nourishment with delicious, fun and colourful ingredients are front & center.
If you have fussy eaters like me - a pick and mix plate is probably your go to for weeknight dinners.
Its important to remember that a child's palette is different to ours and will take time to mature. So how do we encourage them to make healthy eating choices?
Eliminating stress at the dinner table is key for this.
By breaking a meal down into separated ingredients with a couple of ‘safe foods’ thrown in for good measure we are giving our kids freedom of choice whilst modelling good eating habits. Yes – the broccoli may often remain on the plate at the end of the meal but if we consistently offer healthy foods (without pressure) the idea is that the kids will eventually give them a try.
If you have some time to spare we guarantee you have the ingredients needed to make this easy, fun and absolutely delicious focaccia to keep you and the kids happy and full and your house smelling of warm bread.
These delicious snacks are one of the weekly ‘go to’ recipes in my family. Savoury muffins are a great way to get an extra serving of veg into the kids meals and you can switch out the sweet potato for any veges you have on hand (butternut squash, zuchini, or throw in some corn)