My name is Katie and I am obsessed with food.  My mission is to find or create delicious, exciting and healthy recipes that are easy, relatively quick and good value.  They vary from fun family meal ideas to meals to impress, desserts, snacks, soups, salads, cooking with kids recipes and more.  I have spent a nerdy amount of time reading about fussy eating in children and trying out tips on my own two lovely but exhausting boys, so have quite a bit to share about this, and some success with broadening their tastes!  Check out the recipe categories on the right hand side of the blog.  Hope you enjoy them!

I am also a qualified Nutrition Advisor offering face to face (or phone/email) sessions in Walthamstow, East London.  More info can be found at http://www.eatwellwithkatie.com

If you have any enquiries, please contact me at eatwellwithkatie@gmail.com


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  1. Hello Katie! Your friend Jess D’Souza gave me the link to your blog. I’ve been thinking of doing one myself for a while so it’s inspired me. A lot of your recipes look delicious, not to mention quick and easy and mostly vegetarian, so they score on all counts for me!

    • Thank you! Glad you like it. I’m sure you can see on the right hand side of the blog there are categories, so you can find more specific recipes. Apparently wordpress is the best place to have a blog, and it is definately user friendly. I’m pretty new to blogging but have picked up a few tips so let me know if you want any more info re setting up a blog! Katie : )

  2. Hey Katie, First time I’ve checked out your blog (not on my blackberry!) I love it. Of course I love it more when you’re doing the cooking, but will def. give some of these recipes a go! xx

  3. I admire you can invent recipes. I more of a follow-the-recipe type of girl–unless I want throw in a little more of an ingredient or something. But that’s about it. Great blog.

  4. Dear Katie Lives Cooking

    A challenge for you, should you decide to accept it!

    I am desperate to find a creamy/mayo based dressing for my homemade pasta salad. All the American recipes just incorporate shop bought dressings with mayo-not inspiring!

    Can you inspire me please?

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  6. Thanks for all these recipes! I keep scrolling down and finding more and more food that I love, it’s giving me lots of ideas and I love how you get your kids involved in cooking.

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