Spelt choc-chip cookies

These delicious choc-chip cookies have half the sugar and refined flour of the regular ones, and are packed with wholesome spelt flour and coconut. The kids won’t notice the difference, so whip up a batch on Sunday for a week of easy lunch box fillers.

Muesli biscuits

These quick muesli biscuits smell (and taste) wonderful just after coming out of the oven. They are a great healthy-ish biscuit alternative for lunchboxes.

Chia seed muesli bars

These chia seed muesli bars are great for the kids to take to school for recess and you won’t believe how easy they are to make. You will never buy muesli bars again and best of all, they are nut free.

Peanut balls

Almonds and peanuts are both high-protein foods, making these a protein-rich snack. Protein is made up of amino acids that are the building blocks of your brain’s networks and can nourish your brain.