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About SCF Kids’ Recipe Book

About the Author

I’m a mum, wholefoods chef and author of Supercharged Food - Eat your way to good health. The first book came about after I successfully used food as medicine to overcome an auto immune disease using nutrient rich ingredients and wholefoods. 

As a former English teacher a lot of my life has been spent in the classroom helping kids grow academically. Now I'd love to combine my teaching knowledge with my Certificate in Food and Nutrition (Polytechnic West), practical health coaching knowledge (Certified Health Coach, Institute of Integrative Nutrition) and first hand parenting skills to help guide other parents when it comes to integrating healthy eating routines, recipes and food ideas the whole family can benefit from.

My latest mission is to change the way kids eat so that we can build stronger, healthier and brighter kids from the ground up.

Supercharged Food for Kids is a new e-book that I’m really excited about.  It features 90 recipes and meal solutions that not only taste delicious, but deliver the nutrients needed to help kids sustain energy levels, keep their mood up, concentrate and perform at their best.

SCF Kids Book CoverYou won’t find any Frankenfood (genetically modified food) in Supercharged Food for Kids. But you will find kids’ favourites such as pizza, nuggets, pasta and desserts all made with healthy ingredients.

I hope it inspires you to create fresh, wholesome and nutrient rich meals that your children will eat again and again. And hopefully it will help your kids develop good eating habits they can maintain for the rest of their lives.

I've included tips on how to remove sugar and processed food, my top ten nutrient army, eating for special diets and allergies, packing and presenting a creative lunchbox, a bunch of tips for busy families, a chapter on sneaking super foods into everyday kids’ meals and information on mood, concentration, energy, performance and squad food.  

There's also a shopping list and Monday to Friday Lunchbox menu as well as some really fun lunchbox ideas that can be made with gluten free sandwiches and wraps. 

You'll find recipes such as Cauliflower Mac and Cheese, Pirate Muesli Bars, Cacao Bomb Crackles, Cheesy Mini Tartlets, Crunchy Chicken Drummers, Rice Crispy Bars, Zoo Poo, Watermelon Ice Blocks, Gluten Free Pita Pockets, Savoury Breakfast Muffins and lots, lots more.

You can buy the book here. 

Banana and Coconutty Smoothie

Banana and Coconutty Smoothie

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Comments (16)

  • manuela

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    Hi Lee, would you ever have this book in hard copy? I find looking for recipes on an actual book so much easier than on a PDF format.
    Thanks!

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    • lee

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      It’s only available in e book format at the moment 🙂 lee

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      • Hope Csutoros

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        Hi,

        I too would like to put my vote here for a print version. I’d love to see this as a print book!
        E-book recipe books are just not as practical for me.

        Thanks for your site and info!

        Cheers, hope

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        • lee

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          That’s great and the print version will be out in Feb 2016 x

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  • Christine

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    What a blessing to receive the link to this book via the Food Matters emails! You are a true Angel sent to me at the perfect time! So excited to start using these recipes!!

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    • lee

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      Great! Lee x

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  • Paula

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    I love the sound of the supercharged food for kids book. Are the recipes suitable for gluten and dairy intolerant kids? cheers

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    • lee

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      Yes it would be really good for them.

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  • Asha Goddard

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    Hi I too have been diagnosed with fibromyaglia in 2011. Am 40 yr old mother of 2 kids. Struggling each day. Do u mind me asking did u give up caffeine and alcohol? Cheers asha

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    • lee

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      Yes I did x

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  • Andrea

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    Hi, just wondering if the book offers guidance on meal plans for kids in addition to recipes…. Especially for child athletes.. Most sites with articles on child athlete nutrition have a lot of processed foods. Thanks

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    • lee

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      There is information on nutrition for kids, Tips on Removing Sugar and Processed Food, Alternative Sweeteners,
      My Top Ten Nutrient Army, Special Diets and Allergies, Packing and Presenting a Creative Lunchbox, Tips for Busy Families, Sneaking Superfoods into Kids Everyday Meals, Mood Food, Best food for Concentration and for you a section on Energy and Performance Food and also on Squad Food. I hope this helps 🙂 Lee

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  • Alessandra

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    Hi Lee

    I have just bought you book “Heal your gut” and I love it. I want to start the four week programme with my two years old daughter who has eczemas. Would you recommend anything different for toddlers? Thanks!

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    • lee

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      The meals are all nutritionally balanced and feel free to add more bowl foods into the program for your toddler as well 🙂

      Reply

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