One Handed Cooks Magazine: ‘Summer 2014′ On Sale Now

 SUMMER 2014 ISSUE available NOW Australia wide in all good Newsagents. Get your copy today.  > > Can’t find it in-store? Purchase online HERE < < Please note price covers postage and handling. For more information on stockists of our magazine and to...

The Tasting Plate: Introducing The One Handed Cooks Tasting Plate

You will find the full tasting plate article and recipes in our Launch Magazine. Yep you can buy online NOW until stocks last. Read next: Why we love the tasting plate  Read next: Parent-led weaning Vs baby-led weaning When it comes to...

Baby Foodie e-Book – Your Starting Solids Guide

  via Paypal for $9.99 or you can view the sample book here… After purchasing the book, you will receive your download link via email from One Handed Cooks. Please check your spam/junk mail, as it sometimes gets filtered. Thank you. Baby...

Coconut and Date Cookies

These new coconut and date cookies are the result of a recent pantry clear out. Harry and his little playdate were very impressed. I tried using coconut oil and it was a huge success, I think I will be using...

Keeping Our Babies and Toddlers Hydrated

It’s only a few weeks into Spring and some days we’re already reaching 30 degrees in Sydney.  We’re all packing the winter clothes away, pulling out the dresses, shorts and t-shirts and craving more salads. We’re probably finding ourselves looking...

One Handed Cooks Magazine: ‘Summer 2014′ On Sale Now The Tasting Plate: Introducing The One Handed Cooks Tasting Plate Baby Foodie e-Book – Your Starting Solids Guide Coconut and Date Cookies Keeping Our Babies and Toddlers Hydrated

Understanding Food Labels Part 2: Nutrition Claims

By: | 2 Comments | On: November 28, 2012 | Category : Nutrition, Understanding Food Labels

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Understanding Nutrition Claims Low fat, reduced fat, high fibre, reduced salt, low salt, low sugar…! How many nutrient claims can one product list and how many do you have to understand?  Well, there are lots actually and some can be easily misunderstood making you choose a product that is not...
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Zucchini & Basil Muffins

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These tasty, savoury muffins were whipped up quickly during one of George’s cat naps and were enjoyed at a picnic with my mothers’ group overlooking the harbour on a picture perfect afternoon. Happy days!  They are sure to be enjoyed just as much in your lounge room having morning tea...
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Understanding Food Labels Part 1: The Nutrition Information Panel

By: | 2 Comments | On: November 27, 2012 | Category : Nutrition, Understanding Food Labels

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In Australia and New Zealand food labeling is strictly regulated by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).  Food labels are designed to help us make safer and healthier food choices.  They labels tell us what is in the food product and how to prepare and store it. Does the thought...
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Creamed Corn

By: | 2 Comments | On: November 26, 2012 | Recipe Type: , , , , , , , , , , ,

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Creamed Corn Creamed corn and cheese toasted sandwiches were a favourite of mine when I was young.  I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed one or the last time I bought a can of creamed corn.  And since I have been busy steaming and pureeing loads of vegetables for...
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Raising a Good Eater – 10 Tips

By: | 8 Comments | On: November 23, 2012 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Solids, Tips & Tricks

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Developing positive food associations right from the very first spoonful is one of the most important gifts you can give your child. After gathering up all the hints, tips and ideas from many mums, and using a pinch of my own experience this list has been developed so you can...
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