This recipe is one to keep amongst your favourite family recipes! It's simple, healthy and you can substitute many of the ingredients out for alternatives to suit any special food requirements your little ones may have.
Here's a clever way to add new flavours into your child's food palette with a smooth cream cheese that is sure to please! This yummy salmon cream cheese can be enjoyed inside star-shaped bread or as the perfect dip alongside crackers or veggie sticks.
These little bite-sized balls of deliciousness are packed with all thegoodnessto keep your little onesatisfied (until snack time rolls around)! Corn bites can be paired with fresh fruit or veggies to create colour and interest in your kid's lunchbox.
Rugelach is a baked treat which not only looks great, but is super delicious and an absolute hit with the kids. These treats can be stored in the freezer, so they're perfect for school lunchboxes or play date snacks at the park.
No need for store-bought ice creams any more! Have fun with our delicious chocolate and peanut butter cup popsicles. We guarantee the kids - and the big kids - will love them even more than those store-bought kind.
When icy treats are this healthy - what's stopping you? Filled with only healthy ingredients (including super foods), these mango and chia pudding icy poles will have your little ones coming back for more.
With 100% pure fruit in this icy pole - you needn't worry about the kids over indulging. Cool, delicious, healthy and refreshing: this Berry Bliss icy pole is everything you need to keep you cool in the warmer weather.
If you're looking for new tasty puree ideas for your newly feeding baby, we've got the goods for you!
Step away from the plain pumpkin puree and give these ideas a whirl. Will our mango, coconut and chia pudding tickle your baby's tastebuds? Or will our applecake, date and cinnamon oat puree have bubgiggling with delight?
Cooking with kids is a fun way to connect and spend time together plus it has so many benefits for their growing bodies and minds – they learn where food comes from, how to safely navigate a kitchen, it encourages picky eaters to interact with new foods, and includes fantastic incidental lessons in English (recipe reading) and maths (measuring), the list goes on.
We LOVE our new Frosties and the fantastic thing about them is that they can be used to make a huge range of different icy pops. We’re sharing just a few recipes today but the possibilities really are endless. Here are just a few examples of what people have made using our wonderful Icy Pop Moulds.
It can be tiresome trying out new recipes, so why not take it back to basics with simple fresh food presented beautifully? You won't be able to keep them away from the table, and more than likely have them asking for more fresh fruit and vegetables! [gasp!]
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