It can sometimes be a challenge to get young children to eat fresh fruit. Why not try this simple and tasty recipe as a starting point? We think you'll be onto a winner!
Snacks for kids
Crackers and cheese make a great snack but when out and about can go a bit soggy. Here is a recipe for the lunchbox to prevent this happening.
The fruit used in this recipe makes it a super sweet snack without the need for added sugar. This snack is quick and easy to make so why not get the kids involved and let them have a go at making it for themselves.
The kids are home from school, here’s a quick filling recipe to keep them satisfied ‘til dinner!
Eating nuts as part of a balanced diet can be good for your heart. They contain unsaturated fatty acids, protein and other nutrients.
These wholemeal scones are just as tasty as any other; they are a better source of fiber and provide more slow release energy that white scones so keep you feeling fuller for longer.
These baked oats bars are perfect as a snack or eaten for breakfast. The blueberries can be swapped for fruit of your choice.
Egg muffins are a healthy, filling snack for all ages. Half a muffin is a perfect snack for a younger child or you could make 12 muffins from the mixture. An older child could have one muffin as a snack. And if you’d like a veggie option just leave out the turkey.
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