5 Things My Kids Have Taught Me About Eating

5 Things My Kids Have Taught Me About Eating

I’ve always been fascinated by the psychology of eating, which makes sense as that's where my studies began, completing a Bachelor of Psychology. Eating is so much more complicated than we realize. Think of the many factors involved in why our eating attitudes and...

Deliciously Simple Naan

Deliciously Simple Naan

Making dinner was a bit of a scramble this evening, but thankfully I had my trusty pantry staples (and my Instant Pot!) which allowed me to pull off a pretty tasty Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry. But curry needs a sidekick, and sometimes that sidekick is fluffy naan....

Snack Hack: Popcorn in a bag

Snack Hack: Popcorn in a bag

Popcorn is one of my absolute favourite snacks, and one I feel good about giving to my kids as it's a whole grain and is a good source of fibre. It's one of those foods, however, that I recommend making at home whenever possible in order to spare yourself the sodium...

Iron Bites

Iron Bites

Any parent who has taken my Starting Solids & Baby-Led Weaning workshop knows about the importance of iron for babies ages 6-12 months. But did you know that iron is still a really important nutrient for toddlers and preschoolers? Iron carries oxygen throughout...

Cauliflower Fritters

Cauliflower Fritters

I love fritters. Like really love them. My husband claims this isn't a thing, that people don't talk about or "love" fritters, but I beg to differ. How can you not love something that is battered and fried? The trick is to find a way to make them that still delivers...

My Top 5 Dishes from My Mom

My Top 5 Dishes from My Mom

With all of the stunningly stylish recipes being thrown at us these days, I thought I would bring it back to a simpler time when classy dishes you felt proud to bring to your neighbourhood party meant a tuna-jello mold and mayonnaise salad. Ok maybe not quite that...