When the kids are feeling peckish, here’s what to serve:
Marmite is more than a sandwich spread, it adds umami to any dish, including snacks. You can get the kids involved by using microwave popcorn and asking them to pop the packet into the microwave while you prepare the Marmite drizzle.
Want filling and exciting meals the kids will polish off? Here’s what to make:
There’s no need to order takeaways: arrange pizza bases or white sandwich thins, grated cheese and a variety of toppings, and let the kids create their own cheesy masterpieces.
Things may be laid back during the school holidays, but veggies are still necessary. If the kids aren’t fans of broccoli, this recipe will change their minds.
We hope the little ones left space for dessert!
This is the only time the kids can play with their food. These sticky popsicles can be served as a breakfast but let them have fun with toppings. Roll the frozen honey in crushed biscuits or make a sweet and salty version using salty crushed crisps.
All the flavours of Peppermint Crisp tart transformed into a biscuit! These biscuits feature pieces of Peppermint Crisp chocolate, dark chocolate and cocoa for a seriously decadent treat.