Getting a good lunchbox for your child is not just based on the outward appearances. Find out other things to consider in order to ensure you get the best for your child, as well as your money’s worth.
“Where have you been?” “You disappeared” “What happened?” “We missed you” “Any big announcement?” “Yay, she’s back” These are some of the comments I received on my first Instagram and Facebook post after about 11 months of absence. Surprisingly, I also came back to more followers than I did when I took my break. This […]
These ginger oats cookies are the product of leftover porridge I made as breakfast for the kids. I didn’t want it wasted by throwing it into the bin, so I decided to experiment. Learn how I made it and you can replicate with your own cooked porridge oats only. I will try and make some […]
Find out how breastfeeding your baby is linked with development of the country’s economic agenda…yes, seriously.
Sweetcorn-filled akara for the kids. Are you going to try it? Lets make our imaginations run wild…what else can we add to akara?
When you have overripe bananas staring at you, there are different things you can turn it into rather than throwing them away. Banana oats waffles is one of them. Make these kid-friendly versions that are nutritiously healthier and filling.
What are you doing with the chaff from your tigernut milk? Make these protein-rich Nigerian yamballs with it as a nutritious addition to your kids meal.
Make noodles nutritious for your toddler by making this fishy avocado version. One of the simple and very fast meals that you can whip up for their lunchbox too.
Make this finger meal that contains all the nutrients your child needs in one piece or slice. Serve with pap, cornmeal or oats porridge and you have your child ready for a peaceful sleep 🙂
They won’t know it is full of veggies. Make the easiest and sweetest vegetable sauce for your kids.
Here’s a nutrient-packed potato pottage for your toddlers and kids. It has all you need to give them a well balanced diet without stress.