This easy tuna salad is just so refreshingly light. We serve it in a big bowl and spoon it onto slices of breadstick for lunch – everyone loves it, even the kids!
Piroshki are easy to make and very child-friendly. Beef mince, potato and onion are a combo made in tastebud heaven. Once cooked, you can reheat them for another meal, or pop them in a lunch box to eat at room temperature.
Full of flavour, chilli con carne is a very versatile Mexican meat and red bean dish. Serve it on rice, have it in a wrap with rice and salad, or spoon it onto corn chips to make a nachos – these are just a few ways to enjoy the spicy mince.
These muffins are a great way to get kids to eat some fruit, while giving them a bit of a treat, too. They also work very well as an afternoon snack, and look fabulous at a cake stall. And did we mention, they are super easy to make as well!
If you’re working from home or need a fulfilling light lunch or healthy snack for the kids, this platter is easy to set up and fun to share.
Growing kids love to snack, so why not give them a healthier treat that tastes great and is satisfyingly filling? These pumpkin muffins are super easy to make and freeze well, too. Make a double batch to keep you going for a while.
Feel like a soup that is lightweight but full of flavour? Pea and mint pair together wonderfully in a soup that can be eaten warm or cold, depending on the season. We’ve used a combo of split peas and frozen peas in this delicious slurp.
Falafel is an everyday Middle Eastern ‘fast food’. The balls are very tasty – crispy on the outside and moist and fluffy on the inside. Commonly made using ground chickpeas, herbs and spices, they are vegetarian and, once you make them at home, you will find them appearing on the menu again and again by popular demand.