Meatball Subs are a kid-friendly way to use ground beef for an easy weekday meal. It’s also an opportunity to combine maths and cooking for little ones who can help to make and count the meatballs.
Corn Fritters are great as a side dish in the summer when you have some chicken legs cooking on the BBQ but they’re also totally delicious on their own. This recipe includes a grown-up and kid’s version.
Egg Rolls are so versatile. You can fill them with your favourite flavours. Quick and easy to make and kid-friendly, this has been one of my go-to dishes throughout lockdown.
Jacket potatoes can be filled with almost anything which is a gift to parents. On ultimate jacket potato night I make bowls of different fillings and let everyone build their own spud. It’s always a fun meal.
Breakfast for dinner is made extra easy with a Breakfast Tray Bake. One dish with a flavour bomb ingredient and little washing up. A crowd pleaser for all ages.
A nutritious meal that the kids will eat ready in less than 15 minutes made with foods you probably have in the cupboard and freezer.
This is such an easy tart to make and it looks beautiful. It has the comforting squidginess you want from a tart but with lots of texture and freshness too.
Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
This is fun no matter what age you are. Decorating Christmas-shaped pancakes with chocolate chips and sparkles brings a bit of festive magic to the breakfast table.
My love affair with crispy salmon skin continues with this simple and delicious dish. I find it restorative to eat in December to balance out the richer foods I inevitably eat. Broth, crispy skin and soft salmon…. what more could you want?