Paleo Cranberry Hot Cross Muffins 

Easter wouldn’t be the same without the delicious smell of yummy Hot Cross buns baking away in the oven.  This recipe couldn’t be easier to make and will have those delicious scents wafting through your house in no time. I have also added an optional variation to this recipe at the end of the method…

Product Review: Pea Pods Reusable Nappies 

In an effort to go reusable in order to reduce our household waste and environmental impact we are making the switch to reusable nappies. There are quite a few on the international market. I personally like to shop local and support Australian businesses so I looked around and found an Aussie company called Pea Pods….

Real Deal Paleo Baked New York “Cheesecake”

I for one never thought I would enjoy a baked cheesecake ever again after going Paleo. I had resigned my self to the fact that the closest I would get to my favorite creamy desert would be a Paleo frozen blitzed nut version, which never really quite cut it for me. I scoured the internet…

Out and About with a Paleo Toddler

A challenge many of us can face when out and about with our Paleo little ones is sourcing suitable food we are willing to feed them. Whether we are visiting friends/family, at a function, or simply out shopping for the day, it can be hard to find appropriate food on the go.  So I thought…

Creamy & Delicious Paleo Tuna Mornay

Growing up one of my favorite dishes my Mum would make is Tuna Mornay over rice. It was creamy and cheesy saucey deliciousness! My siblings and I would fight over the left overs the next morning to smother over a piece of toast for breakfast.  I have tried a few yummy Paleo versions of Tuna…

Best Ever Paleo Wraps! That Even Double as a Pie Crust.

One of the things I sometimes miss being Paleo is a simple wrap, I mean the bread kind. I do love a yummy lettuce wrap or nori wrap but sometimes I just fancy a quick and easy bread type wrap!  There are plenty of Paleo wrap recipes out there, though more often than not they…

Importance of Marrow for Babies: Plus a Super Simple Recipe

Bone marrow, like liver, is not something parents in western cultures tend to think of when we are deciding on first foods to feed babies. However in many cultures around the world it is, particularly in hunter gatherer societies. Hunter gatherer tribes who consumed large animals did not ignore the marrow hidden away in the…

Brain Food For Baby

As I’ve talked about before, liver is an amazing nutrient dense super food for babies.  It’s not only rich in iron and much needed good cholesterol, needed for brain and central nervous system development, but it also contains every mineral a baby requires.  Combine it with egg yolk, which is rich in choline, cholesterol and…

Homemade Baby Food: Quicker Than Buying Store Bought!

So often I hear parents say they don’t have time to make homemade baby food. Trust me, I get that us parents are short on time! But making homemade baby food doesn’t need to be time consuming. If you have the time browse through the baby food isl at your local shop and choose from…