The summer holidays can be a constant round of “I’m hungry!” so here are some snack ideas to help you feed the ravenous hoards.
My No Bits Bolognese sauce is another way I sneak veggies into Henry’s diet. I make a batch once a month then defrost a portion each week for the kids.
These cute little heart-shaped pizzas are a great way to get the kids involved in Valentine’s Day.
These simple fishcakes are a very kid-friendly but delicious enough for everyone to enjoy.
Traybakes are a great solution for weekday meals. This sausage and potato traybake is easy to adapt so that the kids get sausage, chips and beans and we get some veggies and quick onion gravy.
Potato trays are an easy and nutritious weekday meal. I make a half tuna, half baked beans tray so that everyone gets their favourite toppings.
I have lots of meatballs recipes because the kids love them and hoover them up very happily. These easy to make meatballs and simple tomato sauce are great with rice.
Fish Fingers are a childhood staple which my kids devour once a week. Of the three ways you can cook them, which was is best?
By telling Henry that I make these Dinosaur Egg Rolls with eggs I buy directly from Jurassic Park he is quite happy to chomp his way through a good chunk of spinach 😉
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.