RECIPE: Sticky mandarin, almond and poppy seed cakes. Try these sweet and sticky mandarin, almond and poppy seed cakes from the Adelaide Central Market today – they’re sure to be a morning tea hit with the whole family and the perfect lunchbox treat!
With a product range straight from the fruit tree to your tummy (with just a little bit of squashing and packaging in between!), Good Life Market fruit strips and dried fruit are snacks you won’t feel guilty about giving your children. They’re delicious, they’re preservative, additive and sulphur free—which is a big tick when it comes to dried fruit—100% natural with none of the nasties.
Quick school lunches are being made easier with the option to stop past the Markets and spend less than $15 on an array of delicious cuisines. Each week, the Market will highlight cheap eats around the market that make a perfect and easy lunch on the go and full of flavour, and for under $15!
RECIPE: MasterChef contestant Jenn Lee is adept at both savoury and sweet cooking and with a love of learning from the likes of Michel Roux, Heston Blumenthal and Josh Niland, Jenn cites her favourite ingredients to cook with as eggs, potatoes and garlic. Jenn has shared with us her easter recipe for Bunny Buns; make these with the kids ahead of the long weekend and have a very HOPPY easter!
This year, Simple Swap guru Nabula from Supermarket Swap is comparing mini easter eggs. Now before you tell us you don’t want us ruining your easter indulgence, hear us out! Searching for easter treats that are additive and preservative free, taste good and don’t break the bank is no small task, but if anyone can do it, Nabs can! And she has! We have the break down of good choices, better choices and options to avoid.
Hands up if you’ve ever tried to sneak a few hidden veggies into a lasagne for your littles, only for your kiddo (who can’t manage to find their socks in a drawer right in front of them in the morning) to hunt out the smallest piece of mushroom known to man and turn their up their nose at the whole meal? We’ve all been there! Enter Superhero Sprinkles, the fine textured food toppers you can sprinkle onto any meal for a bit of added nutrients for your nibbles!
RECIPE: Vegan Banana Bread | The year 2020 taught us a few things, and one of them was the importance of a good banana bread. This version is refined sugar free, dairy free and vegan, which all sounds pretty good to us.
It’s taken more than two years of discovery and trial for Betty’s Burgers to be 100% satisfied with their new, permanent plant-based menu item – the Betty’s Classic Plant.
Long-running Australian food franchisor, Concept Eight, officially launches its successful premium burger brand Pattysmiths at Colonnades on Wednesday, March 16, from 4.30pm, with a giveaway of 1000 burgers. This is the FIRST Pattysmiths restaurant in Adelaide, with additional sites slated in 2022
Packed full of chewy dried fruit and crunchy seeds, these delicious homemade muesli bars from The Cooking Collective make a healthy snack that everyone will love! There’s no baking required, they are quick and easy to prepare with basic pantry ingredients and they are a guaranteed lunchbox favourite.
Andrea Geddes from The Cooking Collective has shared with us her Savoury Bacon & Vegetable Muffin recipe. These muffins are so delicious and packed with nutritious vegetables like zucchini, carrot and spinach. Golden, cheesy and full of savoury bacon and cheese flavour, they are also freezer-friendly and made in just one bowl! Perfect for a mid-morning snack, sandwich substitute or lunchbox filler that both kids and adults will love.
The start of the school year brings many exciting new experiences, but for parents the novelty of packing lunch boxes can quickly wear off! Add two or three kids into the mix, each with their own likes and dislikes to cater for, and it’s no wonder this feels like yet another task on a busy parent’s ‘to do’ list. Amanda Kelly from Practical Nutrition and Wellness gives us her top tips to building a nourishing lunchbox.
CHILD FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS: Your new go-to guide of family and child friendly places to eat in Adelaide. We’ve put together a list of some of Adelaide’s best child friendly restaurants; we’re talking cafes, pubs, eateries that are great for the whole family, kids included.
You know the old adage, ‘money can’t buy happiness but it can buy gelato and that’s the same thing’? Well we’ve got the scoop on the place happiness lives and there’s a whole 48 flavours to choose from!
Give your kids lunch boxes a bit of a gourmet twist with these lamb, apricot and mint sausage rolls from the Adelaide Central Market!
It’s almost time to start packing the lunchbox. But do you know what is in your food? It’s important to check sugar and sodium content, but don’t forget to look out for the additives and preservatives added into many popular lunchbox staples. It’s easy to avoid synthetic ingredients, simply swap the brand you buy! Here are three simple lunch box swaps just in time for back-to-school from Supermarket Swap.
Set to be your kids’ new favourite meal, Adelaide based and locally produced business, Dumpling 100 have released nutritious dumplings meal kits for kids, each looking like a pocket of fun with their naturally derived coloured wrappings.
What better way to celebrate the cheap and cheerful staple dinner of tired parents, and hungry kiddos after weekend sports trainings (and every twenty minutes in the school holidays) than to give you a countdown of the top 10 toasties!
RECIPE: This delicious sweet potato and cauliflower salad from The Adelaide Central Market makes the perfect Christmas side dish for any festive table!
RHUBARB, STRAWBERRY AND GINGER TRIFLE RECIPE: With Christmas just around the corner, there’s no better time to try these individual gingerbread trifles, recipe by the Adelaide Central Market!