Yes! We said vegetables. Next week we’ll be talking about fruit which is pretty safe territory when it comes to breakfast but this week we’re shaking things up a little and looking at how to get more of our 5-a-day (or even 7-a-day!) portions of vegetables in nice and early. In Western cultures we’re very […]
Hot on the heels of launching our Kalila breakfast club our first recipe is dedicated to smoked salmon and the amazing benefits of adding omega 3 into your breakfast routine (or any other meal for that matter). Yes, it does involve getting fishy. But if you really can’t face fish first thing int the morning then […]
It’s the weekend!!! We love easy-cook dinners here at Kalila. As busy mums what’s better than being able to plonk a few simple ingredients in a tray and walk away while it bakes. This duo of dishes is a winner every time and are so quick to prepare you’ll have blasted through your to-do list […]
Today’s live workshop took place at The Milk Bar Milan. Thanks to all the ladies who joined us in store and live on facebook. You can watch on replay on our facebook page and download the presentation here Kalila_An introduction to maternal Nutrition.
Who remembers 2004’s ‘Super size me‘ documentary film on McDonald’s by Morgan Spurlock, where he must Super Size the meal when offered. The focus of the film was on fast food and its effects on health, and portion size was central to the debate. How often do we all eat more than we really need? […]
Whatever you’re doing this summer keep things colourful with these delicious salads which are quick and easy to make and taste great as light lunches or as side dishes with a BBQ. What’s more they’re kid friendly and full of key vitamins and minerals to keep the little ones full of nature’s energy. Packed full […]
Gluten Free Oat Bran, Coconut & Berry Muffins A HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE TO SHOP BOUGHT CAKES & PACKED WITH DELICIOUS GOODNESS Ingredients: 50g oat bran# 300ml while milk or soy, nut, rice milk 50g butter 50g desiccated coconut~ 1 large organic egg 50g sliced almonds* (optional) 1 tablespoon baking powder 2 tablespoons honey~ 50g buckwheat flour# […]
Since discovering the term “eat a rainbow” I use it all the time with my kids as a really lovely way to teach them about food and notice the different colours on their plate. My 5 year old and I often count the colours as she eats and she now does is automatically and tells […]