• Recipes to make with the kids

    Fun recipes that will help kids get involved and interested in food.

  • Traditional porridge

    Porridge is a quick and easy breakfast.

    If you haven’t tried porridge in years or if you have memories of a grey solid lump in a bowl, it’s worth trying again using this recipe.

  • Quick pizza

    The kids are home from school, here’s a quick filling recipe to keep them satisfied ‘til dinner!

  • Chickpea and lentil curry

    Feel like a takeaway without the guilt?

    Try this quick, tasty and super healthy curry!

Herby chicken strips with creamy dip

This will make your barbeque one to remember. The herbs add a great coating to the chicken and the tasty dip actually contains a cool vegetable: can you tell what it is yet?

Pork and pepper kebabs

This is a low salt recipe for making pork and pepper kebab skewers. They are a BBQ favourite as they are easy, tasty and can be prepared beforehand.

Summer beef burgers

This is a summer twist on a traditional favourite. Perfect for the BBQ or from under the grill.

Chicken in barbecue sauce

Just because it’s raining or cold outside it doesn’t have to mean that you can’t have that summer feeling!

Barbecue chicken drumsticks

This easy recipe is not just for the BBQ, it can be done in the oven too.

Pork and apricot kebabs

You will need 4 wooden skewers for this recipe. Remember to soak them for 2-3 hours or overnight ideally. 

Potatoes and scallion burgers with fresh salsa

A tasty variation on the traditional summer burger, this filling family dish will also appeal to vegetarians. Cooked potatoes are required in advance for this recipe.

Spicy chicken kebabs

Low in fat and salt this is a great healthy dish that can be enjoyed off the barbeque or from under the grill! You will need 4 skewers for this recipe.

Salmon with Parma ham

Salmon is a great source of healthy omega 3 fatty acids, needed to keep your heart healthy.

Beef with balsamic dressing

Marinades are a great way to introduce flavour to foods without covering them in thick sauces. Red meat is a great source of iron too.

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