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Cauliflower Tikka Masala -- oven-baked in 30 minutes
This recipe combines two of my favourite things: Indian spices and oven-baking! The recipe uses a very straightforward homemade curry paste which might sound a bit daunting and time intensive but I assure you this is super easy, ready in 5 minutes and so worth it! You could substitute in other vegetables such as pumpkin ...
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Chorizo and Butter Bean Winter Stew
This Chorizo and Butter Bean Winter Stew is the perfect winter meal- deeply flavoured, slowly cooked and warming right to the soul. It’s so quick to put together and you can add in any extra root vegetables or peppers you have lying around to bulk out the vegetable content.  I generally just cook the stew ...
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One Tray Dinner -- A Salmon with Crusted Sesame and Pak Choi
We love having meals together as a family, but with various work, club, school, and nap schedules, it gets a bit complicated some weekdays. But we value good, healthy, home cooked meals around the table together, so we had to find a good way to achieve this in an easy way. And tray baking, or ...
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Cookie Recipe and Holiday Entertaining Tip!
We love cookies over the Christmas holidays, as you may have read earlier this month with our Twisted Candy Cane cookie. A winner indeed! But today I wanted to share a good 'staple' cookie, that can easily be enjoyed as an after school treat without the sugar crash. It is my reliable Cranberry Raisin Oatmeal ...
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CHRISTMAS RECIPES
Bee's plant-based gingerbread cookie cottage DIY
If you fancy some festive DIY, but need a recipe and set of instructions that are failsafe, then I've got just the project for you! This little gingerbread cottage measures around 1ocm cubed, so its a dinky, cute manageable size...albeit one that could just about be snaffled in one go... Over the years, I've made ...
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CHRISTMAS RECIPES
A lighter, zingier, festive fruit cake
Hello baking friends, Deep dark, boozy traditional fruitcakes are not my cup of tea...and if you feel the same, then this recipe is just for you! Its a lighter, zingier, fresher take on a traditional Christmas-style fruit cake, and it factors in lots of dried tropical fruits, like pineapple, papaya, finds, apricots and cherries, for ...
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CHRISTMAS RECIPES
Twisted Candy Cane Sugar Cookies
  These candy cane sugar cookies are so very easy! And you don't need special cutters, or lots of time to make them. We made them last year when my mom was visiting, and they were really fun for kids (and adults) of all ages. You could even add a bit of mint flavour to ...
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Blackberry Cream Cheese Puffed Pastry
The smell of cinnamon, blackberries, and pastry puffing away in the oven is the perfect way to wake up even the groggiest kid (or parent) after a long week. We had a dozen in the oven, and six people around the table, and they didn't last past one sitting, but I am sure they would ...
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Michael's homemade granola recipe
One of the first things we noticed when we moved to Australia is how expensive the food here is, especially good, organic food. And one of the things that really stood out to us was the price of granola (especially when you're buying for a family of seven)! I guess it was something we took ...
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3 great dairy free icing / frosting recipes
Are you in urgent need of an easy, tried-and-tested dairy-free icing / frosting recipe? Have you tried one before and it curdled, or separated once it was on the cake, sliding down the side, in wet, disappointing drizzles? These three recipes are for you...maybe even all in one cake ;) I have complete confidence in ...
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Sweet potato hummus + a few other ideas for a busy week!
I have an ongoing list of things I don't buy and opt to make from scratch for the purposes of health, food waste, and to save money. Things like granola, stock, sauce, salad dressing, and baked goods most often are made using things we already have on hand. Hummus this past year, in various forms, ...
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3 Healthier Ways to Decorate Birthday Cakes
I have a two-year-old, and she has a keen nose for sugar...being that I constantly smell of the stuff, that is unavoidable! However, I try to be a tiny little bit creative when decorating cakes for her birthday, using edible decorations that are attractive, interesting taste-wise, but that aren't full of refined sugar, and I ...
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Pumpkin Laksa
If you never know what to do with all that pumpkin flesh from your halloween pumpkins then here's the answer! This Laksa soup is one of our favourite things to cook at this time of year - its so easy to make and packed full of colour and nutrients. The beautiful combination of salt, spice and ...
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Harissa and Chickpea Tagine -- a fantastic plant-based family dinner
This vegetable tagine makes the most fantastic, flavoursome midweek family meal, especially if, like many people, you are aiming to eat a little more plant-based or meat-free. It takes 5 minutes to put together and then sits in the oven for a little under an hour cooking into this deliciousness!  I personally have a big soft ...
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Bee’s fruity protein “cake” balls, delicious and easy to make at home!
My 2-year-old girl is really into those great, snack-sized fruit and nut protein bars and balls. You know the ones that are full of nuts, fruits and natural ingredients? But invariably wrapped in single-use, non-biodegradable plastic? And factory made? If you, like me, are trying to reduce the amount of plastic I use, here is ...
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Seasonal yoghurt fruit cake -- quick to make and utterly delicious!
When we were in France this summer we stopped over at Emilie's summer house for a quick stay, which is something we like to do every other summer (she tries to visit  us in our summer house the alternating year). Our time together is always primarily focused on cooking great food and eating it -- ...
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Summertime Scones, quick to make and quintessentially English
A freshly baked, fluffy scone is one of summer’s great delights! Of course you can enjoy them anytime but I find myself drawn to these summertime scones every year when we visit England for the summer. There is something particularly wonderful and quintessentially English about enjoying a scone with a pot of tea on a ...
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Salade Nicoise
This summer I have decided that I am going to try and learn a new recipe each day. The luxury of being able to muck around in the kitchen testing stuff is one of my true guilty holiday pleasures. In truth, I get into a bit of a rut during our everyday school/work/activities/homework life -- ...
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Bee’s vegan peanut butter and jam cookies -- delish and full of protein!
These crunchy, cute-looking little nut butter cookies are great (read easy) ones to bake with a small person, and the dough can easily be frozen, meaning that you are only ever about 20 minutes away from a warm, protein-packed sweet treat. The peanut butter I've used can be replaced by any other seed (try sunflower ...
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Family friendly Chicken Teriyaki, yum!
Every time I make this family friendly chicken teriyaki I am amazed at how delicious it is when there are only 4 ingredients involved! It's a great way to introduce children to asian flavours and they love to get involved and mix everything together. The marinade itself is fantastic with beef, salmon or tofu so ...
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Bee’s easy peasy one-bowl vegan vanilla sponge cake
This pesky vegan vanilla sponge cake recipe has taken me seven(!) attempts to perfect - I have been searching for the holy grail of ‘free-from’ baking for such a long time! The Victorian sponge cake recipes I’d settled for in the meantime, were temperamental, unreliable and ultimately, stress-inducing, and that’s not good enough. This vegan ...
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Summer recipes! Easy and delicious, and perfect for hot days.
Summer has finally arrived here in Amsterdam, and it's come with a BANG. We had the hottest 25th of June yesterday -- at least, since temperatures have first been recorded! With warm temperatures like these, I'm craving salads and grilled veggies for dinner. Yesterday, I cooked some brown rice and once it was cooled down ...
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Smoothie Ice Lollies
These ice lollies are an absolute summer essential. Kids love to help you make them and it's a great way to get them involved and experimenting with different flavours. Whatever combinations you choose, these lollies are packed full of amazing nutrients and purely natural sugars. You can even add some veggies -- carrot and mango, ...
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Cauliflower Tikka Masala is over baked and has just the right amount of spice. Recipe in bio from @ieatmypeas ... yum! #babyccinoeats #babyccinokids #vegetarianrecipes
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Brighten up your home with our loveheart garland. Perfect for a weekend craft and you’ll be ahead of schedule for Valentine’s Day ... all you need are potatoes, paint, and cookie cutters if you have them! ️️ @laraoflondon #babyccinokids #babyccinocrafts #valentines #valentinescraftsforkids #haveaheart
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This Chorizo and Butter Bean Winter Stew is the perfect winter meal- deeply flavoured, slowly cooked and warming right to the soul. It’s so quick to put together and you can add in any extra vegetables. #babyccinoeats #babyccinokids #winterstew @ieatmypeas
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Weekend fun sorted! Any excuse for new traditions especially if they include cake! Galettes de Rois, celebrated in France during January and in many other countries too, involves wearing a crown, eating cake, and finding charms. What’s not to love? Read our blog, link in bio, and join the party like @laraoflondon does! Galettes from @jacquesetlilie #galettesderois #culture #gouter #babyccinokids #babyccinoeats #tradition
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Earlier this week, a successful beauty blogger in the Netherlands, Nikkie de Jager @nikkietutorials publicly announced that she is transgender. A very brave thing to do and was incredibly impressed by her story and the way she chose to share it. If you haven’t seen it yet, there is a lot to learn from Nikkie’s coming out video on youtube. It is an inspiring message from a strong roll model, addressing young people who feel insecure, misunderstood or simply not in the right place. It is about acceptance, respect, hearing and understanding each other, about writing your own story, about the power of being yourself — whoever you are and whatever you are. It is also about the importance of supportive parenting. Nikkie shares that she is intensely grateful for her mother, who always saw and heard, listened and understood, respected and supported her in her choices and in her transition. We have always tried to be straightforward in discussing sex and reproduction with our children, and open about the idea that heterosexuality is just one shade of a wider spectrum of diversity. Thanks for the new blog post @estherbabyccino ... what are your thoughts? Comment below and link is in bio. #babyccinokids #thursdaythoughts
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So many memories are made, and so many family photos taken, with a constant flow of images making their way onto phones. But how do you save them, share them, and treasure them? The clever @slcorlis shares her strategies for moving photos from digital to print, and preserving them forever. Hop over to our blog or click thru stories. #babyccinokids photobooks2020slcorlis
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Bonjour Madame Badobedah. Welcome to our new book recommendation which is ... anigmatic and mysterious and hysterically fun. It’s absolutely everything a book should be made of. We adore Madame Badobedah and you will too! Link in bio. @mssophiedahl @walkerbooksuk @vanessa_wild_flours
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A healthy Sesame-Crusted Salmon with delicious Asian flavours will certainly add interest to any grey day. And it’s a one-tray meal packed full of flavour but low on clean-up. So basically, perfection. A firm family favourite from @laraoflondon ... link in bio. #babyccinoeats #babyccinokids
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Welcome back to 2020. We are sailing into the new year with some new fun posts. You’ll love this first easy craft of the year — making walnut boats. A great way to start a relaxed Saturday in pjs. ️ @laraoflondon #babyccinocrafts #babyccinokids
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Merry Christmas everyone! Be it warm and wonderful, be it slow and sweet. We’ll be spending time with our family and friends, and we will see you again in 2020. (2020!! Can you believe it?) Love to all of you! Emilie, Courtney and Esther 🥰
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Here’s a video of our latest ShopUp in East London (shot and edited by our lovely and talented friend Nadine Brandt). It encapsulates the ShopUp atmosphere really, really well, and it makes us so excited for the next one!
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Our beautiful new book, '9 months: A month by month guide to pregnancy' for the family to share, is AVAILABLE NOW! You can order it here: UK: http://amzn.to/2n6eCT7 / US: http://amzn.to/2nVWOZo / AUS: http://bit.ly/2nDYggy
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Check out the cool vibes of our Shop Up event in London in December!
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Our 2nd live shopping event in Brooklyn was amazing! Great shopping, delicious treats, tons of kids activities and a super cool family photo booth!
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Esther shows us her recipe for delicious mint syrup.
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Our live shopping event in London at Chelsea Old Town Hall in 2015 was a big success and so much fun.
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Here we show you how to harvest rhubarb from the garden, and make it into a delicious compote. If you make oatmeal at the same time, you have made a delicious and nutritious breakfast that your family will love! (Ours do!)
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This gym bag is such a fun and easy project, also for beginners this is a nice sewing project. Esther, Emilie and the kids had so much fun going to the market choosing all the supplies. The fabrics from Little Cube are the cutest!
3 years ago
Our first live shopping event in Brooklyn was a great success. We loved seeing the best boutiques under one roof, combined with great food and fun activities...and some dancing! Hope to see everyone this year again on September 18th & 19th at 501 Union, 501 Union Street in Brooklyn.
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