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.
Banana snowmen is a fun activity and a simple snack or dessert. A recipe perfect for winter, Christmas, a rainy day or a great activity for school holidays.
Bento box is a fun and delicious recipe to get kids into the kitchen, containing tuna sushi, fruity dessert sushi and crunchy edamame beans.
I’m not sure why but children seem to just love food on a stick, so try sandwich on a stick to create some fun with the classic sandwich.
Legumes in snacks, what a great idea! These chocolate and chickpea cookies have a great texture and are tasty too.
Pizza toasties perfect breakfast, lunch or quick dinner. Choose your own flavour combinations. Try to include a traffic light of colour.
Bliss balls meet popcorn in these awesome popcorn and apricot bites. Easy to make with a food processor and delicious to eat.
Get the kids in the kitchen and they can learn to eat and enjoy a wide variety of foods!
A mix between carrot cake and cookie dough, these carrot cake bliss balls are quick to make and will be a hit with the whole family.
A nut free addition to your lunch box packing. Or even a choc fix for your afternoon snack