Granola is such a lovely breakfast idea that I always keep in my cupboard and it's also a nutritious lunch box addition. With crunchy seeds, cinnamon and honey or maple syrup for sweetness, my delicious nut-free granola is super healthy and simple to make. Many schools have put a ban on nuts altogether, which is why my nut-free version is the perfect lunchtime snack for children.
Try this delicious homemade Tomato Salsa recipe! Made with fresh ingredients, you will never want from a jar again. This healthy sauce is just perfect for pouring on fajitas or using as a dip for chopped vegetables in the school lunch box.
Every mum wants to ensure that their little one is getting their five a day, so snacks like these Vegetable Egg Muffins are great for sneaking a portion in. Kids adore muffins, so the familiar form will mean they will be excited to try. These are perfect for popping into the lunch box and giving some added nutritious value during school hours. Muffins are a great method of introducing fruit and vegetables to your little one, and I always try to add these healthy foods to my muffin recipes.
Muffins are such a wonderfully versatile snack. They are really easy to pack and are so fun to make with your children! This recipe is one of my favourites to pop in a lunch set for my girls' school lunches. The muffins are naturally sweet, yet are actually refined sugar-free and full of healthy fruit! If your little ones are anything like mine, I can promise you that they will be delighted to see this yummy treat in their lunch box.
I've created the ultimate list of healthy summer recipes that kids will love! Here you will find everything you possibly need for the sunshine, from easy dinners to barbecue ideas to ice pops. Nearly all of these recipes are included in my book, Baby and Family: Cook for Baby, Adapt for Family, where you will find more inspiration for delicious recipes to enjoy in the sun. From the perfect Indian fakeaway to yummy picnic treats, there is something for everyone!
These Homemade Fruit Jellies are the perfect nutritious snack! This recipe is so easy and fun to make with the children and a healthy alternative to shop bought jellies for a toddler.They are full of fruit and vegetable juices which are so beneficial to your little one!