Follow Popeye & boost your baby’s strength with this superfood pasta recipe, loaded with spinach.
When your child refuses to eat anything from a spoon, try making these nutritious finger food balls – perfect for tiny hands.
Toasted English muffins make delicious pizza bases. Just let kids choose their favourite toppings & pop them under the grill for a few minutes.
Shh … Don’t tell anyone! This hidden vegetable sauce has five vegetables hidden away inside making for a super tasty tomato veggie sauce.
For a quick & easy, light lunch, these lettuce boats are a great alternative to sandwiches. Simply load up your favourite fillings.
English muffins make delicious pizza bases. You can vary the toppings by adding some cherry tomatoes & sweetcorn instead of the courgette & mushroom combo.
Kids can create their own salad or fruit combos & enjoy a healthy lunch at home.
Hungry? These homemade burgers taste great when made with good quality beef with no hidden nasties.
Stuck for after-school meals? This recipe is quick, filling & nutritious, plus it’s low in salt & can be packed full of their favourite veggies.
These burgers have a secret ingredient which makes them super yummy… (shh, it’s apple!) Watch them sizzle & serve with a chunk of tomato relish … Continued
Pasta provides a good source of complex carbohydrates, so macaroni cheese is a great option to boost your child’s energy levels & calcium intake.
Oats help stabilise blood sugar & release long lasting energy so it’s a great breakfast option to set your family up for their day ahead.