Chocolate Coconut Slice RecipeBy Sam SpunnerChristmas, what a joyful, but CRAZY time of year. Everyone I talk to seems to be crazy busy which is where my Sinchies come in handy. Grab one out of the freezer that’s full of soup, or food for the kids and dinners done. Too easy!Fresh Strawberry Yogo RecipeBy Sam SpunnerAnother yummy Strawberry Yogo recipe, this time using real Strawberries for real goodness.Egg Custard RecipeBy Sam SpunnerA delicious, creamy and rich vanilla egg custard. Eat it as it is or serve it with other puddings and cakes! Easy Pancakes – Recipe in a bagBy Sam SpunnerThis is a fantastic way to make a quick and easy breakfast! Place all the dry ingredients for the pancake mix into the 1 litre Sinchies reusable pouch and write down on the front of your Sinchies pouch what wet ingredients you will need to add. Store it in the pantry until you're ready to use it.
Handy when camping! I recently went to Fraser Island and took one of these dry ingredient mixes along with the milk in a 200ml Sinchies. Out on a day trip we took this dry mix with the egg placed in it for safe keeping, the 200ml milk Sinchies, a little gas burner and a frying pan. I had some other Sinchies filled with jam and whipped cream so we didn't need to use a knife for spreading! Minimal mess and the kids loved them. Dairy Free Vanilla Custard RecipeBy Sam SpunnerJo from Sistermixin - I'd like to share with you our dairy free Vanilla Custard recipe. Our son has an intolerance to dairy, so I made this custard with rice milk and it worked perfectly. Yoghurt Muesli Clusters RecipeBy Sam SpunnerFinding healthy new things to add to lunchboxes can be a bit tricky! So we thought we'd share some of the things we make here at Sinchies HQ. These Yoghurt Muesli clusters are really yummo and very simple to make but do take a wee bit of time in the dehydrator or oven!
All you need is muesli, yoghurt and a dehydrator or oven.Toasted Crunchy Muesli Bar RecipeBy Sam SpunnerIf you haven't already guessed it, I absolutely love cooking and baking & trialling new things. What makes me happy is helping my friends and family with lunchbox snacks as i know being a mummy can get very busy! So at least once a fortnight I set out to bake some delcious lunch box goodies and snacks. I try to make things nut free as quite a few schools and kindy's around here are nut free.Magic Milky Mango RecipeBy Sam SpunnerIf you've ever got fruit going off quicker than you can eat it, just freeze it - It makes for the most delicious easy smoothies! I quite often freeze cubes of milk and yoghurt too!Vegorama Muffins RecipeBy Sam SpunnerMy friends big kids thought these Vegorama Muffins were "so scrumptious". It's a great healthy lunchbox addition, packed with vege's & superfoods. Yummy served with cream cheese or fruit chutney!Rainbow Pikelets Recipe Sinchies StyleBy Sam SpunnerThis is a great activitiy for the weekends or school holidays & will be sure to get the children involved in kitchen.
At Sinchies HQ we have a 1 litre Sinchies reusable pouch in the pantry all ready to go with the dry pikelet mix in.....cool huh? Homemade ready to go pikelet mix - preservative and additive free!
We add to the 1 litre pouch the wet ingredients and give it a good shake around, squishing any lumps with my fingers. When it's nice and smooth, divide this up into some 200ml Sinchies reusable pouches and let the children add some pureed fruit or food coloring to the pouches & give it a shake (as they each have their own pouch, everyone's happy).
With the help and or supervision of an adult we cooked these colorful beauties - It was so much fun needless to say the kids gobbled them down in seconds.
Recipe courtesy of Trendy lil treatsChewy Chia Pop Balls RecipeBy Sam SpunnerNutty Apple Puree RecipeBy Sam Spunner