It’s easy to make big batches of meatballs by baking them in the oven. It’s far less messy than cooking them on the stove top.
This kid-friendly Bolognese sauce has lots of nutrition without Henry being able to spot that it has veggies in it. I make it in batches to save myself time the following weeks.
With just a simple rub and my top BBQ tips you can bring this spectacular rump steak to the table for sharing.
I make these simple burgers for the kids once a week and have the whole process down to a fine art. No waste and no remembering to buy buns. They’re a firm favourite with the kids.
If you have leftover chilli con carne then you’re in lucky because you can make Chilli Boat and Cheese Dippers. This is such a fun meal to eat and the kids love it.
Chilli Con Carne is a tasty, filling and nutritious family meal that can be serve with rice, taco chips or bread. This kid-friendly version makes it smoother and less spicy but still delicious.
Italian Wedding Soup is a beautiful, hearty dish that just makes you feel good to eat. When I have time I let the kids help to make the meatballs otherwise I can get the whole lot on the table in 40 minutes.
Corned Beef Hash is a tasty, inexpensive meal that is fantastic with a fried egg. Corned beef can sit on the shelf for ages so it’s a great emergency meal to pull together for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Cottage Pie is a British classic that cannot be beaten for comfort on a rainy night. This humble pie has been around for centuries and the love is still strong across the land.
It’s my birthday so I’m eating my favourite things, including Rib Eyes with Salsa Verde. Quick and totally delicious. Pairs beautifully with mermaid birthday cake!