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Kiddie Katsu Curry

This is a great way to introduce the new flavour and taste of curry to fussy eaters. Instead of the curry being all mixed up I’ve served it separately so that kids that try a little taste without it being overwhelming. I used nuggets (these are Quorn but chicken nuggets will work too) and also

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Serving Bolognese To Fussy Eaters

I know a lot of you guys have kids that prefer meals like this separated but at the same time you also worry about continuing to separate their food and them never learning to eat it mixed. So here’s my solution… a bit of both! I made a Turkey Bolognese and this is how I

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Toasted Pizza Wraps

If your kids love pizza then try these Toasted Pizza Wraps. All the great taste of pizza but they take just 5 minutes to whip up! Ingredients: 1 mini wrap 1 tbsp pizza sauce 2 slices salami 25g grated cheddar cheese 25g grated mozzarella 2/3 basil leaves 1 tsp butter Directions: Spread the pizza sauce

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Fruity Porridge Bars

These Fruity Porridge Bars make a brilliant prep-ahed breakfast. Packed full of healthy filling ingredients, they are brilliant served up with some yogurt and fruit on the side. Ingredients: 250g oats  1 tsp baking powder 400ml milk 1 banana, mashed 1 medium egg 3 tbsp honey 1 tsp vanilla  100g frozen berries  Directions: 1. Preheat

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Cauliflower Cheese Fritters

Delicious savoury fritters made with cheddar cheese and frozen diced cauliflower. These are a great way to get some cauliflower into your fussy eaters. You can of course dice up your own cauliflower but I absolutely love these bags of frozen cauli from Tesco. They’re so handy to have in the freezer and I use

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Nut Free Granola

Shop bought granola is really convenient but it’s often high in sugar and usually contains nuts too. This homemade version is so easy to make and will last for weeks in an airtight jar. Ingredients: 250g oats 50g mixed seeds (I used sunflower, linseed and chia seeds) 25g desiccated coconut 4 tbsp coconut oil or

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Toasted Chocolate Wraps

These Toasted Chocolate Wraps make a really great afternoon snack for kids. You can use any kind of chocolate or chocolate hazelnut spread. I use a brand called Jim Jams as it’s lower in sugar than some of the others. Ingredients: 2 mini wraps 1 tbsp chocolate spread Directions: Spread the chocolate spread all over

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Mini Burgers

Have you ever bought a packet of meatballs, made a few for the kids then wondered what to do with the leftovers? If so then you need to try my Mini Burger hack! Simply squish the meatballs down to turn them into small burgers. The kids will love them. Ingredients: 8 meatballs 0.5 tbsp oil 4 slices of

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Chocolate Chip Cake Bars

These Chocolate Chip Cake Bars are brilliant to batch make and keep in the freezer for snacks all week long. Great to add to lunches and snack plates too. They’re healthier than shop bought cake too, sweetened with just a little honey and some apple sauce. Ingredients: 175g plain flour 1 tsp baking powder 0.5 tsp baking

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DIY Lunchables

The kids absolutely loved these DIY Lunchables when I served them up at the weekend. It’s a nice alternative if you’re sick of making sandwiches! I used Jacobs Cheddars Crackers by any type of round cracker will do. Then simply cut up some cheese and ham/chicken/turkey/quorn slices and add to the plate with some fruit

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