Zucchini Pizza Muffins

1 Zucchini

1 cup of shredded Ham

1 Egg

1 Cup of Cheese

1 1/2 Cups of SR Flour (Of course you can use GF, wholemeal…whatever you fancy!)

1/4 Cup of Coconut Oil

1/2 cup of pasta sauce ( If you feel like it)

Grate zucchini up. If your kids have an aversion to colour then I recommend peeling the green off first. ( handy for sensory issues)

Combine the zucchini with flour, egg, oil and cheese but leave some cheese to sprinkle on top. Add in the ham while stirring the rest through. Sometimes I will add some pasta sauce in the mix if it is too dry and that gives it a real pizza taste! It’s delicious without but my kids are sauce mad plus it covers any colour issues.

Stir through thoroughly and spoon into a muffin tray OR cup cake cases (Perfect for school lunches)

Once you have spooned it in just sprinkle a little cheese on top and pop in the oven at 180 for about 20 minutes.

Keep an eye on them. Just bake it till it rises and is golden.


Note: I also will put a tiny amount of sauce on top before the cheese if I have the time.

These bad boys freeze really well so whack them in a snap lock bag and pull them out in the morning before school. They are super fresh and yummy by the time lunch time hits!

Easy AF Chocolate Crackles

2 Cups of rice bubbles ( the GF freedom ones rock!)

1 Cup of shredded coconut

1/2 Cup of Coconut oil

3 to 4 Tablespoons of Cacao

Mix it all dry ingredients together in a bowl

then add in the coconut oil ( melt it to make it easier to blend)

Spoon into Cup cake patties

Pop in the freezer and they are ready in 5 minutes!


Mumma Power Lunch

I tend to try pre prep myself for the busy weeks with this bad boy

Poached chicken (half a Breast per serve)

Hard boiled egg

I cup of broccoli (per serve)

Half a cup of baby spinach

Half handful of almonds

Tablespoon of cottage cheese

Drizzle your fave low fat and sugar dressing over the top

Cracked black pepper ✌🏻

Nourish Bowl

This is all about putting in what whatever you love!

I use…

Shreded chicken

Green beans

Sautéed zucchini and broccoli


Black beans

Avocado… and lots of it

Dressing chobani yogurt dressing or whatever you fancy

Sprinkle some paprika and black pepper.

It’s all about layering! Get creative. I usually start my base with the black beans then add the lettuce, veggies and green beans next. What ever you are in the mood for. Enjoy!

Cacao Balls

1 Cup of peanut Butter

Half a cup of LSA

Half a cup of Almond meal

Pinch of Himalayan Salt

Tablespoon of maple syrup

3 tablespoons of organic Cacao

Coconut or Cacao to roll in (the balls not yourself)

Mix everything together and roll onto balls!

Pop in freezer to set.

Pretty bloody simple!

Note: I heat the PB to make it mix easily

Peanut CHOCOLATE Chip cookies!

1 Cup of Coconut sugar

1 Cup of peanut butter

Half a cup of dark choc chips or Cacao nibs
Heat PB and stir sugar in. Once cooled add the choc chips (so they don’t melt)

Mix together and roll into balls and pop on baking try. Bake in oven for 12 mins on 180

Enjoy with a cuppa!

Kids sausage rolls

From the blog post….

So in order to get both meat and veggies into him I did a quick plan in my head and came up with the only veggie I knew he wouldn’t suspect to find and that I could easily hide into his food. Zucchini. Once you peel the green off it’s a perfect veggie to grate into anything.
500grams of lean beef mince
1 diced onion
2 peeled and grated zucchini’s
2 tablespoons of tomato sauce
1 table spoon of minced garlic
6 sheets of puff pastry
Half a cup of bread crumbs if desired
1 egg ( lightly beaten)
If your child can deal with any other herbs or veggies sneak them in accordingly. You can adapt this to pretty much anything you know your kid will eat!
Mix beef, onion, Zucchini, garlic and tomato sauce into a bowl. Pour egg mixture into bowl an gently mix in with hands. Add in the bread crumbs if desired. Once mixture is thoroughly stirred pull apart pastry sheets and lay out on kitchen bench. Depending on what size you want cut pastry into strips, I can get 3 strips out of one sheet which makes mini ones my toddler loves or you can make bigger portions if you just half the pastry sheet.
On one side of the pastry layer a strip of the beef mixture and roll the pastry over it so that it’s in a neat roll. Usually I indent the pastry roll into portions before i cook it.
Pop in the oven at 180 degrees and cook until golden brown.
For myself, I have to be careful not to let the bottom get to brown or my son won’t eat it. That colour will just not do (FFS)
Note: No I am not a nutritionist and I don’t pretend to be one, Just a mum who has racked up hundreds of hours trying to get my child to eat foods outside his 4 group policy. I have been lectured many times by nutritionists and health conscious folk that you simply just give your child the food they need to eat until they eat it (how easy!) If you have ever tried this with a ASD child and won this battle I will hand you my kidney. Or if you know your child will simply not eat for days on end unless it’s the specified, sensory, colour coded arrangement that only they like…well then I feel ya people  xx