Pies make a great dinner and any left-overs can be used to fill up your litter-free lunchboxes. Make a batch of small ones or make one large pie and slice up for your family. So many options!
If you like to smuggle healthy ingredients into the food you make, this recipe is just for you. It is full of nutrients (avocado) and antioxidants (cocoa), and uses natural sugar (honey). Best of all, it is a delicious alternative to standard, store-bought chocolate mousse.
Sinchies is all about making your family life easier. Therefore, these pouches are not only reusable, but easy to fill and wash. (Buy them from our online store). Here are some tips for using your Sinchies pouches:
We all know what a rush the school-mornings are. Because of this, convenience often becomes paramount when packing school lunches and parents often resort to buying pre-packaged and processed foods in an attempt to save time.
This means that every day packaging is thrown out and if you were to multiply that amount by the number of school-age children in South Africa, the amount of waste becomes rather frightening.
How can you make a litter-free lunch for your children and why is this a wise option for your pocket and the planet?
Plain yoghurt is such a great kitchen staple it can be used in so many ways:
- Mix crushed garlic with yoghurt and a bit of salt to make a delicious hamburger or steak sauce. You can also add some of your favourite dried herbs
- Mix with muesli for breakfast
- Mix in curry sauces to make it creamier
- Use it as a base for Smoothies
- Eat it as a healthy snack just like that, or with your favourite ingredients
I had a conversation with Daddy Bear over the weekend, when I mentioned that we didn’t actually have to entertain Baby Bear at all times. That it is actually good for her to be bored. And this was somewhat surprising to Daddy Bear, which made me think that maybe it would be surprising to some others out there.