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.
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.
Bánh mì is a Vietnamese sandwich with a magical fusion of Asian flavours. This vegie tofu option has all that wonderful and addictive bánh mì flavour. Enjoy!
Apple sauce is so easy to make. Babies love it by the spoonful, kids love it with ice-cream or custard (actually, so do adults!), and then it also pairs perfectly with pork.
Whether a freshly baked slice in a lunch box or as a snack, or toasted and spread with butter for breakfast or brunch, make banana bread a staple in your household.
This edamame (soybean) pesto is fantastic as a dip, spread or tossed through pasta. Flavours of soybeans, mint, basil, parmesan and lemon juice combine for a pesto you and your family won’t be able to get enough of.
These delicious morsels are a wonderfully healthy treat for after school or weekends. These grape balls do contain nuts, which does rule them out of most school lunch boxes.