| CHRISTMAS PRIZEAPOLOOZA 2019 | Jenny Webber Nutrition

Jenny Webber Nutrition is a great little business that more people need to know about! She offers nutrition consulting as well as food education for children and adults.

Jenny is a University qualified Nutritionist and Food Technologist. She says that unfortunately the industry isn’t government regulated and therefore anyone can call themselves a Nutritionist. But, she is registered with the Nutrition Society of Australia and only those with qualifications such as hers can do so. This is assurance that Jenny know her science and will only provide you with the latest scientifically proven advice.

In 2020 Jenny is launching her very own program, Sprout Food and Nutrition Education. This amazing program is aimed at children aged from 2 to 6 years, with further programs to be released for primary school aged children in the near future. It is a hands on food and nutrition education program in Child Care Centres, Early Learning Centres and also private classes (to be announced in the new year). The program is centered around teaching children to have a positive relationship with food in a fun environment with their peers. The reason this program has been designed is that in the latest HealthStats records for NSW (2017-18) it showed that only 9% of children aged 2 to 8 years were consuming enough fruit and vegetables. Research shows that getting children involved in a fun and interactive environment to learn and experience new foods enhances fruit and vegetable intake.

If you want to start 2020 in a better way the get in contact with Jenny today:

| Phone: 0400 850 445 |

| Email: info@jennywebbernutrition.com |

| Website: http://www.jennywebbernutrition.com |

| Facebook: @JennyWebberNutrition |


Jenny Webber Nutrition is offering one lucky nester a Sprout Apron and a Free Initial Consultation for Nutrition Consulting (valued at $120) – consultation is not redeemable until after 13th January but has expiry 12 months.

Plus, Jenny Webber Nutrition is a proud affiliate of Foost. Foost’s vision is to make meal and snack times more colourful. They are the creators of ‘Positive Food Education’. Foost has inspired over 37,000 people to be healthier’. Foost have kindly donated a book set and kids safety knife!

Note: Jenny Webber Nutrition use Foost products in their Sprout education programs – *Sprout education programs are designed independent to Foost*

Jenny is also offering all participants 10% off Foost products using the code ‘sprout10’ in the shopping cart.

To be in the running all you have to do is be a ‘liker’ of Jenny Webber Nutrition AND Foost as well as The Central Nest’s facebook page and like the ORIGINAL competition post on our facebook page.

Remember to ‘tag’ a friend and ‘share’ the post for an additional entry.

Winner will be drawn prior to Christmas 2019.

To see the full terms and conditions go here -> The Central Nest Christmas Prizeapolooza 2019 terms and conditions

{The Nest Cooks} Lazy pikelet days

These are is the first holidays in our little nest since the kid-bird started school so we are enjoying the slower starts to the mornings and the chance for lazy days.

Today we made pikelets we found on TASTEcocoYou can find the recipe here -> TASTE Pikelets

Hooly dooley was I a popular mama-bird in the nest today! They were simple and quick and the little birdies were able to smear them with whatever they wanted. The baby-bird had mashed banana, the toddler-bird blueberries and the kid-bird went honey.

Easy. Quick. Tasty.

Win Win!

STOCKISTS | Coco wears Bebe by Minihaha | Highchair IKEA |

{The Nest Can Cook} Stuff my kids ate: Chicken Patties

We had another success in the Nest this week, let me introduce you to the chicken vegie and fetta patties.

They are little balls of happiness and hidden vegies!

I found that the little birdies hoed into them because they are fun to make, fun to roll and fun to eat.

This is the recipe we used (but it is heavily opened to interpretation and feel free to use whatever is in the depths of your fridge’s vegie section)chicken patties copy


  • 700g chicken mince
  • One egg
  • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
  • 2 carrots (grated)
  • 2 green onion, chopped finely
  • Small can of corn
  • Handful of flat-leaf parsley
  • 150g fetta


1. Combine chicken, egg, breadcrumbs, carrots, green onions, corn and fetta in a large bowl.

2. Roll into patties (makes about 16 we found)

3. Heat a large frypan with oil and cook until browned (and cooked through)

We served with salad.

Takes about 30 minutes to make this.

Enjoy Nesters!

{Raising Little People} Green Fries for your little birdies

Getting the little birdies to eat green beans is not the easiest thing. Especially if you make an epic fail and let it slip that they are good for them..


So, instead of just cooking them the old-fashioned-steaming-way, why not try something just a little bit different?

The fantastic team at Super Healthy Kids have added a little spin on the boring old beans. You can’t tell me that “Green Fries’ doesn’t sound just a little more appetising?

Head here to find the recipe -> Green Fries

green beans 2

Do you have a sneaky way to get your kids to eat more veggies?

Happy eating Nesters!