The kids will love this creative way of cooking mac and cheese! Macaroni is baked with a cheese sauce in muffin tins. Allow the muffins to cool a little before serving to let the cheese set.
You can make this tasty rainbow salad in 10 minutes. It is easy to prepare the night before you need it. All you have to do is toss in the dressing in the morning and pop it in your child’s lunchbox. Or, even better, put the salad dressing in a small pot and let your child add the dressing just before eating.
Isn’t pesto one of the best foods ever created? The flavor is so bold and vibrant. This recipe makes for one of the easiest and best pasta sauces, plus it’s healthy! Toss with mini penne pasta and some sweet roasted cherry tomatoes.
If you’re looking for new ways to ‘super-fry’ your baby’s snacks then look no further than my mini cherry tomato & cheese muffins. You can also freeze these when cooked.
There’s no reason why children can’t enjoy sushi! My sushi-style wraps are an ingenious way to get kids trying new ingredients, Replacing sushi rice with bread makes for a quick and inexpensive lunchbox pleaser. Chopsticks at the ready.
This recipe for Rainbow Fritters is super easy, add whichever seasonal vegetables you have to hand. A perfect finger food packed full of flavour!