• Bircher muesli

    A twist on your standard muesli and a comforting way to start the day.

  • Chicken on a stick

    This is an ideal snack food that can be rustled up while the kids are playing.

    Plus, it can be eaten on the go!

  • Ratatouille

    Enjoy this healthy classic French dish, originating in Nice.

    It can be served by itself as a vegetarian main course or it's great with steamed fish!

Tomato, cottage cheese and olives on oatcakes

Get a taste for the Mediterranean with this recipe using tomatoes, olives and basil. We thought we were on our holidays in Italy when we had a taste. 

Crunchy fruit and yoghurt

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. 

Cheese and ham bagel

Nothing beats a classic combination like ham and cheese so why not give this ham and cheese bagel with a bit of a twist a go!

Chewy apricot oatmeal

Try this simple and delicious breakfast to warm you up on those cold mornings

Grapes and walnuts

This energy boosting snack will keep you going throughout the afternoon! This recipe requires virtually no preparation or cooking so will be ready at hand in a few seconds! A great on the go snack!

Apple and pear slices with peanut butter

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!