Do you want to know how to make delicious, fun party food for for your kids (or yourself) that is full of pure goodness? Would you like to avoid the insane sugar high followed by the party coma? How about some fabulous ideas for making treats for children with allergies or sensitivities? Yes? Me too! You’re in the right place.
I’ve combined my knowledge of kid’s nutrition, my love for wholefood, and my obsession with children’s parties in this beautiful book containing a collection of over 40 delicious, whole food party treats made to nourish and delight!
Find small snacks, home-made chocolates, savoury treats, cupcakes, muffins, cakes, ice-cream and drinks – all with plenty of options for those who are gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free or egg-free.
Learn how to select snacks that will not only please little ones’ tastebuds, but will help to keep them from going on a complete party bender. Find loads of ideas for your next celebration, for everyday snacks, and for kids and adults alike!Click here to purchase
“With her passion for whole foods and fun-loving spirit, Meg has created the definitive guide to hosting healthy kids parties – and answered every conscious parent’s prayer! Meg shows up how to give well-loved birthday classics like layer cake a wholesome makeover, use fruits and veggies in place of food colouring, and how to hide avocados in chocolate mousse! Her sweet and savoury recipes are nourishing, festive, and kid-friendly, but are delicious enough for grown-ups to eat every day without compromise! This book is a must-have for anyone who loves to throw a good bash with tasty treats for the kids and the kid in us all.” Sarah Britton of My New Roots
“My son is gluten and dairy intolerant, and preparing snacks can be a challenge. Your book however has provided many options which are easy to prepare, with ingredients that are easily sourced or found in the pantry and are both tasty and fun for my child to enjoy. Congrats on producing a wonderful book.” Tania Dennis, Australia.
“Wholefood Children’s Parties is a visually beautiful book, full of goodies to delight any kid (and their parents). The recipes are all nourishing, fun and are mostly super quick and easy. Lots of good ideas for lunchboxes too!” Suzie Moore, Australia.
“I absolutely love this book and have already recommended it to my friends, both those that are Gluten Free/Dairy Free and those that aren’t. I have made a few things already and the Baked Spring Rolls have been a firm favourite (I did add some fresh coriander). I am doing baby-led weaning too so they were great for that. I love being able to make and offer much healthier alternatives to the dairy, wheat and sugar laden traditional baked goods for parties. And making these options means I don’t have to worry about other children who might be GF/DF and they still taste superb.” Olivia, New Zealand.
“I don’t mind my children eating junk food on the odd special occasion, but they go to parties every second weekend . . . I wanted my son’s party food to be fun but healthy. After scouring the internet the advice I kept getting was ‘carrot sticks with hummus’- a food option which wasn’t met with much enthusiasm from my boys. Thank you for providing much needed inspiration for fun healthy food. I can’t wait to try more of these recipes at my son’s next birthday party.” Penny Goodwin, Australia.