Finger Food

Cauliflower & Sweet Potato Tots

A good recipe to bunch prep and stocked up in your freezer/fridge! This recipe is not only great to make your kids eat their veggies without realizing but, is also the perfect step on your weaning journey if your kids have reached the finger food stage. Packed with Fibre and flavour, you will be staling …

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Egg-Free Meatballs with Tomato Sauce

These Egg-Free Meatballs are a fantastic finger food and are even more delicious when served with a tomato sauce and some pasta. For a variation you could also add a little grated apple to the mix!

Chicken Schnitzel

I like to mix breadcrumbs with fresh herbs and Parmesan to make these tasty schnitzels. Serve with a simple cucumber and dill salad.

Baked Veggie Frittata Wedges

Kids’ energy levels flagging?  Here’s my oh-so-simple frittata recipe. Eggs are packed with natural goodness and make for a cracking lunchtime boost.

Yoghurt Pancakes with Apples & Sultanas

These yoghurt pancakes with apples and sultana will tempt even the fussiest eaters to chomp down their breakfast. Fruit is an ideal way to add sweetness without adding processed sugars. Plus, you’ll be happy too as these pancakes are free from refined sugar and provide a host of nutrients as well as much-needed protein.

Teddy Pizzas

An ode to the beautiful book ‘Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?’ toddlers and children alike will happily help cook dinner if these Teddy Bear Pizzas are on the menu! A great recipe for getting mini chefs in the kitchen, they can knead and roll dough and transform into mini teddy faces – …

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Popcorn Shrimp

This popcorn shrimp recipe is tender bites of shrimp coated in Panko breadcrumbs & Parmesan and baked in the oven until golden brown perfection. An easy appetizer option that’s sure to be a hit with family and friends.

Naan Bread Pizza

No one can resist this Indian & American crossover naan bread. It tastes amazing when still warm from the oven and is super easy to make!

Salmon & Broccoli Mini Muffins

Did you know that you can introduce salmon as soon as your baby is ready for solids, so from around the 6-month mark? Salmon contains many essential nutrients for babies including, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, iron and calcium. As such, you should aim to feed your little ones 2 portions of fish per week …

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Sweet Potato & Sage Rosti

Little ones and grown-ups need to refuel, so these Sweet Potato Rostis are a nutritious, quick & easy recipe that you and your tot can enjoy together.

Mini Cheese & Chia Biscuits

Who says biscuits are bad for you? These Mini Cheese & Chia Biscuits are full of antioxidants, minerals, fibre, and omega-3 fatty acids thanks to the chia seeds. And did we mention that they’re utterly moreish? Trust me, you won’t be able to stop at one!

Mini Meatballs

These mini meatballs make the perfect finger food. If your baby has an egg allergy you can substitute the egg for 1 tbsp chia seeds and 2.5 tbsp water. Stir these together and leave until it becomes quite sticky – then use as much as you need to bind the meatballs together. You can freeze …

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mini chicken and veggie burgers

Mini Chicken and Veggie Burgers

A great way to sneak in some veggie’s to your little ones meal times. Its super easy and a great addition to your little ones lunchbox

Sweet Potato Frittata Fingers

These frittata fingers make for the best finger food for babies and are a great lunchbox filler or power-packed breakfast for toddlers & kids.

Chicken & Apple Balls Recipe

Chicken, Apple & Carrot Balls

My famous Chicken & Apple Balls were a lifesaver for me and countless other parents of fussy eaters. My son Nick used to refuse to eat anything that remotely resembled a fruit or vegetable, which is what lead me to create my much-loved chicken and apple balls! Here’s a new take on one of my …

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Egg free and Dairy-free Meatballs

Egg and Dairy-free Meatballs

These Egg and Dairy-free Meatballs make great finger food or serve with a tomato sauce and some pasta. For a variation you could also add a little grated apple to the mix!

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