5 Top Recipes You Should Make With Your Kids

Getting the kids involved in the kitchen will be easy with these kid-friendly recipes.
Getting the kids involved in the kitchen will be easy with these kid-friendly recipes.

My kids love helping in the kitchen. They love watching what goes on on the hob and they love sitting on the floor watching things bake in the oven. They are fascinated by everything that goes on in there so it makes sense to include them in the cooking and baking processes.

 

Benefits of cooking with kids

Cooking and baking are activities they have been involved in from a young age. There are so many benefits to having kids help out in the kitchen, here are a few;

  • Fun, free rainy day activity.
  • Quality time and bonding with your kids.
  • Develops early independence of kitchen skills.
  • Helps develop motor skills (gross and fine).
  • Increases the chance they will eat something if they have seen how it’s been made.

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No Spend Weekend Itinerary

It's easy to have a fun weekend without spending a single penny!
It’s easy to have a fun weekend without spending a single penny!

It’s the weekend! Yay! After a week of school/work/general busyness, the weekend is a time to relax and refresh. Unless you have kids. Kids still have a huge amount of energy to burn so sitting down all weekend is out of the question. You’ll all get cabin fever!

But entertaining kids can get expensive. So how do you get out of the house to entertain the little ones without spending a fortune? Continue reading “No Spend Weekend Itinerary”

6 Step Plan to Slash Your Grocery Spending

Need to save money on groceries? Here's one easy way to save yourself hundreds of pounds. Groceries | Shopping | Save | On A Budget | Make Savings | Save Money | Slash | Spending | Cut | Reduce | For Families | Compare | Branded | Generic | Frugal Living
How much could you save after implementing these changes?

I used to be a ‘brand snob’. I don’t even know if that’s a ‘thing’ but it’s certainly an accurate description. I would only buy brands because “Well, they’re the best aren’t they? The cheaper alternatives can’t possibly be any good.”

Oh how wrong I was!

And oh, how I cringe at the money I could’ve saved by changing this attitude I had.

Thankfully I got over my snobbery and now love the savings I’m making while still enjoying my food. Continue reading “6 Step Plan to Slash Your Grocery Spending”