This lentil falafel recipe is a great alternative to traditional falafels and a great activity to get your kids helping in the kitchen! They are delicious, super easy to make and are a great recipe to explore the benefits of legumes.
Miss 6 came home from school one day announcing that she wanted to make pumpkin scones, so we did! Including pumpkin into this recipe adds a twist to the classic scone. Bonus—they contain veg!
A great colourful recipe with only two ingredients in the base!
This is a healthier spin on a Aussie favourite Anzac cookie. They are no quite Anzacs but we think they are delicious!
Muesli bars are a great source of whole-grains, and my kids just love them! With this recipe you can design your own muesli bars!
Who doesn’t love a jam slice?! These beauties are an absolute all-time favourite and continue to be a crowd-pleaser for both kids and adults. This is a great, simple recipe if you’re wanting a homemade treat which is flexible with flavours as you can use whatever fruit you have in the house for the jam!
I’m still learning to like tahini and my kids are still learning to like chickpeas but served up in a cookie, and we are all happy! These are a super fun way to get more legumes into your diet. And you can play around with the flavour and design your own creations.
Here’s our healthier spin on an Aussie classic: lamingtons! They may not be like a traditional lamington, but these jammingtons are a crowd favourite amongst my family. A delicious wholemeal sponge cake, filled with chia jam and finished with a coconut chocolate icing.
A firm favourite in my house with my kids. It’s just like a zucchini slice, only with more veggies, so maybe we should call it rainbow slice. This can actually be breakfast, lunch, dinner or even a snack!
These bliss balls have been designed by Ari, aged 8. His nanny bought some bliss balls he enjoyed so he decided we needed to create our own.
These cookies are a hit in the lunch box! And with only 6 ingredients!
Plus, a great way to use up any overripe bananas
Looking for an easy snack that also keeps the kids entertained? Why not try making our native inspired Myrtle the Koala crackers and make you child’s cooking experience fun and interesting.