HERVEY Bay's My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron are getting ready to embark on their next adventure - another baby.

The gorgeous pair said they both felt ready to add another much-wanted child to their family and are hoping to start IVF treatment sometime around November to January.

The couple shared their struggle to get pregnant while appearing on the popular reality television show, which they won in 2013.

The couple had struggled to fall pregnant and after a failed fertility treatment, they decided to send in an application to go on the show, where they captured the nation's hearts.


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After winning the grand prize of $250,000 during the show, the couple successfully conceived their gorgeous daughter, Emme, who was born in April last year.

Steph said her daughter was very kind and nurturing and she was sure Emme would make a wonderful big sister.

Dan said he was hoping for another girl.

He said he couldn't wait until Emme was old enough to be told about their MKR adventure and how their desire to have a baby had been their motivating force.

Meanwhile, the couple are keeping busy, with Steph focusing on several projects inspired by Emme.

The first was gorgeous scarf-type bibs, created by a woman in Childers, that come in a range of different varieties, all featuring food, including bacon, lemons and strawberries.

Dan said they had sent a bib off to MKR judge Manu Feidel for his daughter, Charlee.

Dan said Manu has followed the couple's journey since they won the series, often liking their updates on social media.

Steph also has a line of resealable pouches, similar to those used to package yoghurt, so people can put their own home-made food for their toddler in the pouch.

Finally the couple are releasing an e-book on their website with recipes for children and their parents.

Steph said she had wanted to create the book because she knew it could be challenging for families to find meals to suit children and adults of all ages.

The e-book, pouches and bibs will be launched on the couple's website today.

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