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Hi thereI hope you are enjoying my blog and use my recipes when you find the time!I would love to get as much feedback from you as regards to the recipes and advice I put up on here. Your feedback is really valuable to me as I am then able to change, add, amend where necessary and really provide you with practical solutions to all your needs when cooking for you and your family.Thanks and I look forward to hearing
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Healthy kids recipes – easy cabbage pesto

Easy cabbage pesto This is a great alternative to basil pesto and very healthy. Cabbage contains so many nutrients (http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_nutrients_are_there_in_cabbage) and mixed with the below ingredients is very yummy added to freshly cooked pasta. A sprinkling of freshly grated parmesan on top will be a winner with little people’s taste buds and they won’t even be aware of the goodness they are getting. Ingredients: 8 leaves of cabbage, cooked in boiling water for 4 minutes until tender 2 tbsp parmesan
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Healthy kids recipes – easy garlic bread

Garlic sliced bread This is are really quick alternative to shop bought garlic bread which is costly and full of preservatives. You can use fresh bread, pitta bread or packaged sliced bread – whatever you have at home. Children love to mix the ingredients together and spread on the bread and it is a perfect accompaniment to pasta, pizza or just as a snack. Garlic is also so good for you too! For the older taste buds a little salt
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Healthy kids recipes – easy and nutritious vegetable fingers

Easy and nutritious vegetable fingers  The hardest things about these, is the peeling of the potatoes and clearing up the mess afterwards. But please don’t let that put you off. You could put any vegetable in with the mashed potatoes. My two children love these. My little boy who has more often than not refused to eat anything green just eats the broccoli and peas without thinking about it. I often cook these in my cookery classes and 99 out of 100 children devour them. Adding
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Kinder Kitchen Biscuit Decorating Classes

Biscuit Decorating classes (from age 2) Arts Depot, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley Mondays @ 11am £7.50 per session Come and join me with your children at the Arts Dept on Monday’s to decorate homemade biscuits. Next week’s theme is ‘animals’. My classes are creative and fun and allow your children to develop their artistic side. You get to take home the biscuits you have decorated to share with your family. Please call Natasha at Kinder Kitchen on 07734 054
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