FREE 2019 One Handed Cooks Christmas eBook

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Merry Christmas! Wow, what a year – 2019 has seen the launch of a new book baby (Boosting Your Basics) and the launch of a new real baby (baby Jude) for One Handed Cooks! While it’s been coffee-fuelled, we’ve had another fun year and we look forward to what 2020 brings us. As always we would love to thank you for all of your continued support and love of One Handed Cooks. 

To celebrate we are once again offering our little Christmas eBook to you for FREE. Filled with loads of recipe inspiration to bring festive fun to meal and snack times as well as joy into the kitchen. Have a look through our growing collection of recipes and perhaps be inspired to decorate the Christmas Pizza Wreaths, enjoy slurping on an Icy North Pole or whizz up a batch of Reindeer Poop for a laugh. The Strawberry Santa Hats, Watermelon Christmas Trees and Banana Snowmen are fuss-free and suitable for toddlers and young preschoolers wanting to get involved in the kitchen. If you are on Instagram please tag @onehandedcooks on your posts and stories. We’d absolutely love to see all the Christmas foodie creations!

And if you like it you’ll love all our eBooks - Baby FoodieFinger FoodieFamily Foodie and Thermomix Sweet and Savoury(Check inside the Christmas ebook for your 50% off discount code!) Or if you fancy something you can touch and feel you must grab a copy of our cookbooks, One Handed Cooks – raising a good eater from baby to school age and Boosting Your Basics. Enjoy.

If you’re already a subscriber or just want the eBook download it here.

For more great Christmas ideas and for all of your baby, toddler and family food nutrition info and recipes visit the One Handed Cooks Facebook pageInstagramTwitter and Pinterest.

Many of us have some amazing memories when it comes to the lead up to Christmas, and some of those memories involve all the fun Christmas themed food we used to eat. While there are plenty of sugary treats to go around, its nice to have a balance. We have come up with some healthy ‘every day’ festive ideas to put into the mix. While it’s good to try some healthy alternatives this Christmas it’s important to remember that eating, enjoying and sharing party food with friends during the holiday season is all part of normal eating, even for children. The key is balance, variety and moderation.

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thank you for your support and inspiration. We wish you a happy and healthy Christmas and New Year.

Allie, Jess and Sarah x

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