Healthy holidays

ricepaperrollsI’m hungry!” Those are the two words parents are guaranteed to hear on repeat in the school holidays.

Now’s the time to stock up the fridge and pantry, and there’s no better place to grab your supplies than the farmers market.

Avoid the processed supermarket snacks and pick up some fresh, healthy and tasty foods to fill their little bellies.

Top up the fruit bowl with fresh local fruit, and your crisper with quick and easy veggie snacks like sprouts, carrots, beans, cucumber, cherry tomatoes and capsicum, plus fresh dips

Grab some fresh bread or a packet of Mumma Raw’s wraps for an easy lunch – fill with salad, some local cheese and Hayters Hill’s nitrate free ham. Take home some fresh fruit buns, home made cakes or sushi for morning tea, or grab a pack of frozen dumplings from Radiance Kitchen for an easy afternoon snack.

We have plenty of entertainment for the kids in the school holidays, including arts and crafts and Spaghetti Circus workshops, so come and join us for a morning of fresh food, fresh air and free fun! rawfalafelparachute

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