Baking with the family in Isolation

During these uncertain times we are spending more and more time at home. Schools are closed, or are closing and governments are encouraging everyone to go out as little as possible. As we all self-isolate as much as possible and our routines change it’s important to find joy in the little things. We can use this time to learn new skills, spend more time doing things we love and connecting with the people we live with.

We have always used food as a tool to bring people together. Whether that’s baking a gift for someone or enjoying delicious home cooked meals for things like birthdays and Christmas. Food helps us to connect and build a sense of community.

Self-Isolation and the current climate is not a reason to stop doing these things. So, put your apron on, get the kids involved and let’s bake! Let’s all learn new recipes, make new things and spend time with our families at home and in the kitchen. It will be a fun activity and the end result will be a delicious home made treat, it’s a win win!

Here are some of our super simple healthy recipes that are simple and great for all ages to get involved with.

Keep the kids entertained and reap the rewards with delicious healthy treats for the whole family.

Gluten Free Choc Banana Muffins

Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Slice


Vegan White Choc & Raspberry Cookies



Muesli Squares
Baked Muesli Squares


Family Friendly Chocolate Rum Balls // Pureharvest
Family friendly ‘Rum’ Balls


Now more than ever it is important to stay connected and we are so lucky to have the technology to connect with each other virtually.

Please share with us your favourite family friendly recipes. Snap a photo of your creations, baking with the kids and tag us on social media @pureharvest or send us over an email to info@pureharvest.com.au.

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