raw pasta for kids

I have been following The Raw Food Mum on facebook  for some time and just love reading about her super fresh juices and delicious raw food recipes. It is always inspiring to hear about a mum that has chosen to feed her child such an incredible diet – it really does show what is possible with a little extra effort! So when I heard there was a ‘Raw Food 4 Kids’ book coming out from The Raw Food Mum I was really excited. Not just for me and my family, but everybody out there because she has so much first hand, raw eating knowledge to impart. Even better, I have a copy to GIVE AWAY!! There is one lucky person out there right now who will be able to share the raw food love in  ‘Healthy Raw Food for Healthy Kids’ book with their family too.

Sarah Nolan is The Raw Food Mum. Our world has a funny way of showing how interconnected we all are. When Sarah and I made contact I was reminded that she was a patient of mine many years ago and I had helped kick start her own journey to health. I do love how things go full circle - she is now inspiring me and so many others out there with her simple, delicious recipes.

For anyone out there wanting to introduce more raw foods into their children’s diets (and their own), then this really is the book for you. Sarah covers all the nutritional basics in simple terms that are easy to take on and gives a range of food sources so you can ensure your kiddies are not missing out on major food groups or nutrients. Even better she demystifies all those bits of equipment you hear about raw foodies using but are not quite sure what they are or what they do! I have to say my favourite page of the book is one that all parents will love. It gives a time frame outlining when to introduce superfoods into your child’s diet. I know first-hand as a nutritionist one of the most common questions parents have around diet is finding out when their child eat a specific food. It’s all covered for you here. It also goes without saying that there are a bucket load of simple, kid friendly recipes your little ones are bound to love. The best thing is that not only will they love the food, you have the satisfaction of knowing every recipe provides a  powerhouse of superfood goodness.

My daughter was also really excited to see a new recipe book in the house, she loves cooking up a storm (and I mean that literally) in the kitchen. We made the raw pasta together and it was out of this world!!! So quick, so easy and so tasty!! We now have a new family favourite. Our plan is to make a new recipe every week so I will be sure to report back.

Make sure you visit her website and facebook page! Thanks so much Sarah Nolan – The Raw Food Mum






Noodles: 4-6 medium zucchinis . You will need a spiraliser for this recipe, you can also use a grater.

Pasta sauce:

• 4-5 tomatoes 

• 1 cup of sun-dried tomatoes
• 1 teaspoon of Himalayan sea salt
• 2 Tablespoons of nama shoyu
• 1 yellow onion
• 1 teaspoon of dried basil
• 4 dates pitted
• 1 teaspoon of nutritional yeast
• 1 small clove of garlic
• 1/3 cup of cashews




  • To make the noddles cut one end off the zucchini and spiralise as per instructions.
  • Place all pasta sauce ingredients into a high powered blender until the sauce is creamy!




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