Fashion stylist, author and television host Jules Sebastian can also add whizz in the kitchen to her list of talents.

While her husband, Guy Sebastian is filming The Voice, sons nine-year-old Hudson and seven-year-old, Archer have been homeschooling during lockdown in Sydney.

Not wanting to let dinnertime be boring, Jules shared this tasty meal hack, Pasta Pizza Lollipops with her 270K+ Instagram followers and we have one word for it: “Genius!”

Say hello to Pizza Pasta Lollipops!

The simple yet delicious recipe was a hit with the stylist’s followers, with the comments feed quickly filling up with praise for the clever dinner hack.

Wow what a fabulous recipe idea !!! 😋😋😋” wrote one fan.

“OMG pure brilliance!!! 😋” added another.

“Now this is amazing ❤️ ! Looks so simple yet so delicious,” commented another follower.

Could this be on the menu for tonight’s dinner?

The quick instructional video shows just how easy it is to whip up Jules’ Pizza Pasta Lollipops. Simply boil penne pasta, slide pasta pieces onto a skewer, then top with tomato paste, grated cheese, green capsicum and ham.

“Pasta Pizza Lollipops!,” the Tea With Jules host captions the video.

“Listen I have a tendency of making anything into a pizza! These are just as good as the hashbrown ones I did and are SO easy. Good when there is left over pasta…because I literally always make more than needed. Happy Monday friends xx”

WATCH: See the Jules Sebastian’s Pasta Pizza Lollipops recipe below. Continues after video…

It’s Jules’ relaxed approach to sharing the realities of life as a working mum that makes her such a beloved Aussie celebrity.

Between work commitments and raising her two beautiful sons, Jules has been open the healthy dose of mum guilt that comes with being a working mother.

Speaking with Bounty Parents previously, Jules admitted that now that her sons are getting a little older she’s had time to reflect on the unrealistic expectation she put on herself at the beginning and shared some of the wisdom she’s acquired along the way.

“I’d tell new mums now not to stress yourself out, and don’t put pressure on yourself,” she said.

“Everybody on the planet does things differently. Your friend might do something that works for them, and you could try it and it’s a disaster.”

Jules with her husband, Guy Sebastian and their two sons, Hudson and Archer.