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IQS Kids Aussie Spice Blocks + a giveaway for you!

IQS Kids Aussie Spice Blocks + a giveaway for you!

Earlier this year I reviewed the I Quit Sugar (IQS) Kids ebook, which you can read about here.

Today, IQS have officially launched the print version of IQS Kids and I have a recipe to share, plus one copy to giveaway!

This best selling book is a must addition to your collection. Scroll down to enter the giveaway but for future reference, you can grab your copy here.

Aussie Splice Blocks

Makes: 8-12

Preparation time: 4 hours


Green Layer:

  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup coconut water

Gold Layer:

  • 400 ml can coconut cream
  • 1 tablespoon rice malt syrup
  • 1 cup diced, frozen mango


  1. Blend all ingredients for green layer in a high-powered blender. Pour mixture into Popsicle moulds halfway; freeze for 1-2 hours until firm.
  2. Blend all ingredients for gold layer in a high-powered blender. Pour mixture into moulds on top of green layer; freeze for a further 1-2 hours until popsicles are frozen.

IQS Kids Cookbook**G I V E A W A Y**

To enter, all you need to do is state in 25 words or less why you deserve to win a copy of IQS Kids. Please post your answer below!

The winners will be announced on Monday December 1st, 2014. Best of luck x


32 thoughts on “IQS Kids Aussie Spice Blocks + a giveaway for you!

  1. I believe most kids today eat too much sugar. It’s laden in everything and effecting their behaviour. I would love more kid friendly food to make for my son as I want to provide him with the best possible health I can give him. Thanks and keep up the good work!

  2. My niece and nephew have asthma and behavioural problems. I’m convinced they’d improve on a sugar-free diet, I just have to convince their mum! This is the perfect book to help!

  3. I struggle with time. A quick, easy, convenient & yummy sugar free book to help guide us for a healthier food future would be wonderful.

  4. I would love to win this book as I’m always looking for new ideas to make healthier food for the family. I’m loving Sarahs other books too.The splices look great, will be trying them. Thanks

  5. I want to give my precious daughter the ‘pure’ start when we start solids this month. I want to be armed with the best artillery to begin this process. IQS is definitely a book we need in our collection.
    Thank you

  6. For my grandchildren one has epilepsy and this would there family understand you can enjoy food with healthy ingredients that are better for you.

  7. I am a Food technology teacher and I’m always looking for great resources to give to children so they make insightful choices when selecting recipes to make.

  8. The importance of a child’s nutrition cannot be underestimated. Finally, a book that recognises this. (I would love to have it in my ‘tool box’)

  9. I already feed my daughter the IQS way, but now she’s showing interest in cooking so I’d use it to encourage her learning for a healthy life.

  10. Recently diagnosed autoimmune & endometriosis affecting my fertility, I am adamant to prove doctors wrong & use this book as inspiration for my future babies!

  11. My 2 yr old son and I would love a copy of the cookbook. We love cooking together and to be able to continue to cook beautiful, tasty, sugar free treats for him would be fantastic. I want to be able to keep him enjoying his sugar free life for as long as possible 🙂

  12. I’m convinced we can heal the world of so many health problems by nourishing our bodies with real whole foods. IQS will help my mission!!!

  13. My 2 yr old is sick of carrot sticks and cucumbers as his snack. Even when I make faces with raisins he yawns. Time for some fresh ideas to put a smile back on his face!!

  14. I would love to cook healthy meals i know my kids will enjoy, and to see what improvements it would do to their behaviour etc.

  15. They say our kids are our future, so true, so what we teach them now impacts the rest of their life. Teach healthy eating.

  16. Have had a challenging year with a cancer diagnosis for
    my 2 year old and now have a 5 month old- looking for dietary inspiration!

  17. Because I’m desperate to have the kids quit sugar and so far there has been only mutiny! This book looks awesome and my new arsenal! 🙂

  18. I really am hopeless in the kitchen and now that I have kids I need to learn to cook so I think kids recipes would be a win win place to start

  19. As I improve my own diet, my children seem to be under the impression that “eating healthy” = “eating yucky” more often than not. Some kid-friendly recipes to introduce them to would be beneficial to demonstrating that they don’t need refined sugar with everything to make it tasty (and maybe they will eventually believe me that their taste buds will change once they eliminate the garbage out of their system!).

  20. I try to provide interesting, real, home cooked food for my 2.5 year old son. So many “child-friendly” recipes are full of sugar. 🙁

  21. It’s so easy to give in to a toddler when they are so picky. I need the tools ie this book to learn more about better options.

  22. Both my husband and I have had cancer and I want to make the right choices for our 4yr old daughter. Diet is a major factor in disease prevention.

  23. Having converted to a sugar free wholefood diet a little later in life (and being brought up as all in moderation) I am always looking for foods to entice my young kids without always having to do a hard sell -and have my creations wasted – I reckon this book will do the trick!

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