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Classic Devilled Eggs

These light and creamy eggs are sure to disappear first on a buffet table. Personalize the eggs with one of the suggested toppers or create your own family favourite. For "devillish" eggs, add your favourite hot sauce to the yolk mixture.

Chocolate Cake

This chocolate cake is eggs-tra easy to put together and can be baked in a rectangular pan or two round pans to make a layer cake. Serve dusted with icing sugar or drizzled with caramel sauce.   

Breakfast Flatbread

With a bit of planning and organization you can eat delicious, hearty meals, even in the woods! These breakfast flatbreads are made using store-bought pizza dough and are simply cooked on a grill over a fire. Very easy to make, and a fun way to give your family energy to play all day - these easy treats give ‘roughing it’ a new meaning!

Banana Blueberry Waffles

The best way to start the day is with a good nutritious breakfast and you can’t get much more fun in the morning than with waffles. This recipe can easily be made in a big batch, days ahead and frozen. During busy Monday to Friday mornings, just pop frozen homemade waffles in the toaster for a grab and go breakfast for the kids.

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10 Back to school lunch ideas using hard-cooked eggs!

Back to school is hard. Not only do you have to get your own life in order before the bus comes, but you also have the make sure the kids’ homework is done, they’re up, dressed and been fed  breakfast – and then there’s the dreaded lunches.

Worry not fellow parents, we’re here to help! In our house, we’ve learned to always have hard cooked eggs on hand. These handy little snacks are versatile enough that the kids won’t know they’re eating the same thing every day!

Take a look at these ways to make back to school lunches easy just by using hard cooked eggs!

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