• Snack Recipes

    20+ simple snacks to make for (and with) the kids.

  • Simple strawberry smoothie

    Smoothies only take a few minutes to make, and they are also a fun way to get children interested in fruit and involved in the kitchen.

  • Banana bread

    This bread is a tasty treat with the naturally sweet flavours from the banana.

    This recipe is suitable for allergy sufferers (Free from dairy, soya & nuts).

  • Beef tacos with chilli sauce

    Although they might look like finger food, tacos make for a hearty, filling meal.

    These tacos can be prepared and cooked in approximately 30 minutes.

Toasted cheese and pickle

This light meal or snack is loved by all as it is quick, tasty and economical!

Green pea soup

This soup has lovely flavours through the combination of fresh mint and lean bacon.

Avocado salad sandwich

This fresh sandwich is easy to prepare and the combination of the wholegrain bread and fresh vegetables gives it a real crunch

Spicy scrambled eggs

Eggs are rich in protein as well as being a source of iron. They are also a source of two important antioxidants - lutein and xeathanthin – which help to keep eyes healthy.

Tuna pasta salad

You might not know it, but pasta is a great salad ingredient, even when it’s cold. It can be prepared the night before.

Zesty mixed salad

Whether it's lettuce and tomato in your favourite lunchtime sandwich or a mixed salad for all the family as part of a picnic, you can give it some extra zest with a squeeze of lemon or lime on top.

Bruschetta

Get a taste of Italy with this recipe. It makes a great snack or starter.

Ham, cheese and tomato tortilla

Ham, cheese and tomato sambos are an old favourite but can be a bit boring. Give them a new lease of life with this recipe.

Kiwi, grape and apple smoothie

Smoothies are a fantastic way to pack fruit into your diet. By investing in a good quality hand blender or liquidiser you can make them at home to your own exact taste.

Crunchy blueberry yoghurt

Pre-made fruit yoghurts can be expensive and high in added sugar. Why not make your own fruit yoghurt using natural yoghurt and your favourite fruit?

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