What's in a natural new age mum's fridge - blog hop!


The beautiful Natural New Age Mum is doing a really FUN blog hop and asked me to share a peek inside my fridge.

Mine is chaos at the moment as we get ready for friends and family for my youngest 3rd birthday, and it's only tiny soo looks crazy! So I couldn't really take a shot of what it would normally look like but here is a peek and some of the contents XX

I  do apologise in advance that I did not have the time to make it pretty or time it to just after shopping! Maybe I will do another one down the track!
(pulled some of it out as it is chockers in there at the moment!!)
Pulled some out so you get an idea of how much veg we always have in our fridge, 3/4 of our fridge is always vegetables!!

So what are some of thin gs in my fridge?
  • Local Product Gourmet garden tubes
  • Local Product Pomodora's Dressing
  • Local Product - a beautiful local coffee
  • Local Product Noosa Chili Jam
  • Organic Butter
  • Assorted Cheeses (many are local) always parmesan, feta
  • Coconut Water our favourite is Jt's coconut essence
  • Local Product Maleny Dairies cream and yoghurts (couldn't even get to them behind all the fruit and jellies  sorry), extra at the momet as making mini icecream's for my daughters birthday party. The best dairy products, so natural and rich.
  • Wine I have been sent to review and cook with.
  • Pro biotics
  • Olive leaf extract
  • Tomato paste
  • Free range eggs, always in there!
  • Sweet leaf stevia drops at the moment I have vanilla and chocolate
  • Cottage cheese, sour cream (you can;t see this shelf
  • Containers of pre made things, quinoa, cooked lentils in stock, eays things to throw meals together with, tabouli, hummus. LOTS of pumpkin at the moment from all the carving from halloween!!
    I actually always cook too much too, think rice, lentils etc so always have containers of that too!
  • Containers of leftovers
  • Party Food prep
  • A pre made juice (from juicer - I always make in batches so morning juice and one for later)
  • Lots of fruit and vegetables
  • I always normally have bowls and containers of easy grab snacks for the kids, cherry tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, green beans, celery sticks, blueberries, snow peas so they can just open and grab a snack and a few containers of grated carrot, cheese, beetroot for easy school wraps but no room at the moment. 
  • Curry paste, some Asian sauces and condiments, sundried tomatoes, a sauce that has been in there since ...when I am not sure haha! Local chutneys and jams.
  • LSA
Yes, I am moving from tupperware to glass and do have glass jars and things, but not wanting to contribute to landfill either and doing it on a budget is a gradual process.


If I had time to take all the party food prep out and tidy it up and time ot with shopping day I would have given you some gorgeous pics, but I'm a busy single mum of two kiddos and have had an insane couple of weeks and a big weekend so you just have to get the idea! Haha

Bek XXX






29 comments:

  1. Oh what a cute blog hop! My fridge is mostly condiments of the spicy variety! We are big on Mexican foods in my home and love chilli sauces. Otherwise it's all yoghurts and fresh veg, milk etc. The freezer is full of the frozen naughties like fish fingers and pizzas! Emergency dinners.

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    1. It is! And yum! I love mexican! I need a bigger fridge and definietlky freezer, had mine over 10 years and pre kids, just not big enough anymore :)
      Sonia aka Natural New Age Mum is one of my absolute FAVE blogs so just love being in her blog hop! XX

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  2. thanks for joining in - I love all your beautiful local produce - you are so lucky living at the Sunny Coast!!

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    1. Thanks for having me in your blog hop!!
      The Sunny Coast would just love you Sonia! Hint hint ;)

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  3. Awesome post here. Love the pictures the food in your fridge. Great way to stay healthy. Thanks for sharing. :-)

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    1. Thanks Nate! If it's there you will eat right :)

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  4. Love your post Bek - and how full your fridge is! Mine never looks that chockers! My kids would love to stand in front of your fridge with the door open, trying to decide what to eat! x

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    1. Thanks Amy!
      And I already pulled out the watermelon, rockmelon, passionfruit and juicing carrots LOL haha we are pretty lucky here on the Sunny Coast so much gorgeous produce at our fingertips -which is luck as my two are always eating something! XX

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  5. Your fridge looks a bit like ours! Particularly on the vegetable front! Can we come over?

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  6. the new age fridge looks like a nice thing to have

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  7. Yum! Can I move in? Love that you buy local : )

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    1. Love buying local and we have the most incredible producers here on the Sunny Coast! XX

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  8. I really wish our fridge looked as good as yours, and was even half as healthy. My kids hate vegies, so its a constant battle here!

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    1. I think mine like them so much because they have always grown some at home - so it makes them fun!
      Raw is so great with kids too, lots of crunchy raw veggies :)
      You should check out Veggie Smuggles on facebook too! XX

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  9. You can really see how lucky you are living in such a gorgeous place that offers lots of great locally owned food. And I love a fridge full of vegetables.

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    1. We really are lucky here Annaleis!
      The Sunshine Coast is amazing, so may food producers! Everything from dairy, chocolate,tea, coffee, pasta, nuts, sauces, cheeses, olives, breads and more!

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  10. I love your fridge Bek! It looks like it's bursting with goodness for you and your girls which is just what i expected! :) xxx

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    1. Ooh I LOVE yours Alisha! Could take a holiday by your fridge!~XXX

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  11. What a wonderful, inspirational fridge you have, so chock full of produce! And many less leftovers than ours has. Our fresh local produce season is over (sob) now will have to depend more and more on imports from far away states or countries for the next few months.

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    1. I remember reading about it on your blog! I think we forget sometimes how lucky we are here to have fesh produce all year round XX

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  12. We love asian curry too! I love all the cheeses you have in your frig. I'd be too embarrassed to show my frig right now. We've been so busy that we haven't cooked as much as we should and haven't gone grocery shopping lately. You have some yummy looking recipes here!

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  13. G'day! What a healthy fridge indeed, true!
    Love your variety of foods and look forward to your wine review!
    Cheers! Joanne
    Viewed as part of Sonia's What's In The Fridge

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  14. wow what are sweet leaf stevia drops at the moment I have vanilla and chocolate? sounds great. yummy sounding fridge. I lveo that you make so much food extra I love leftovers. Mx

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  15. Amazing how much stuff you can store in your small fridge. Ours is much bigger but has nothing like the quantity in yours. So glad to see you back in Blogger's Corner. I guess your baby is much bigger now.

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  16. Wow! I'm embarrassed to admit that my fridge contains about 1/10th of yours - and it's mostly water, diet coke, champagne, soda water, some potatoes and tomatoes, butter, cheese and a few condiments. Argh! #fridgeshame

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  17. Your fridge looks a bit like ours! Full of healthy things (mostly)

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