Lunch Box Friendly Muesli bars

So they whole month of April has flown by me ahhh,what have i been doing you ask? Taking on way to many things as i do, but oh how bored would i be if i didn’t have a million things on the go and a head full of ideas and recipes lol.
Here i have this yummy recipe for you that your kids will love,  Mr C loves making them for his days at kindy.


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Choc Banana delights


These babies rock my world, Soooo good, so easy and not full of nasties.

I don’t know what i was thinking not making these in such a long time.

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Natural Toothpaste

No matter the brand i always get the same result from toothpastes they burn my tongue. 😦

Until now……………………..


For the past few months i have been making my own toothpaste,  with just a couple of ingredients from the pantry.  Simple and awesome, not only does it not burn my poor little tongue it’s super whitening.

What you’ll need

Combine equal amounts of coconut oil and bicarb soda in a bowl and mix well.
You can add a few drops of peppermint essence for a minty taste
and a some stevia drops for a little sweetness
I keep mine simple the taste dosen’t bother me.
Store in a jar baby food jars are a perfect size


  • Wet your toothbrush
  • Dip into jar of paste
  • Brush your teeth for a few minutes
  • Spit (doesn’t really foam up like normal toothpaste) and rinse
  • May be a little salty but you will get used to it
  • Your teeth will feel super clean, like you have just had the cleaned at the dentist.

Coconut oil is antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti fungal, all great for fighting off tooth decay and mouth cleaning. Baking Soda is a mild abrasive agent which aids in cleaning and whitening the teeth and restoring pH balance.