Easy Veggie Rainbow Chilli

Easy Veggie Rainbow Chilli - this bright and colourful dish is perfect for getting your kids to Eat the Rainbow and great for batch cooking. Feeds 4-6 people. Can be made with mixed frozen vegetables which are super budget friendly. 

Apricot, Honey & Pecan Flapjacks

These are a delicious and nutritious treat to make with the kids and are great for lunch boxes or breakfast on the go. You can try with other dried fruit, seeds and nuts. 

 

Porridge Power

Perfect Porridge Power - Porridge is not just for cold mornings! Try cooking up a big batch and allowing family members to experiment with their favourite nutritious toppings. Any left over can be warmed up and topped with fruit the next day. Serves family of 4 for a really reasonable price. Buy in bulk. 

Dairy free: Try making with oat or almond milk for a delicious dairy free alternative

Banana & Blueberry Muffins

Banana & Blueberry Wholemeal Muffins - these versatile muffins make a great breakfast or healthy snack. Kids love baking so why not get the whole family involved. Gluten free - try swopping the flour for gluten free flour.

 

Spinach & Red Pepper Mini Frittatas

Spinach & Red Pepper Mini Frittatas - Kids love making these mini frittatas and if cooked ahead they make a brilliant breakfast for on the go. 

For non-vegetarian try adding diced grilled bacon or sausage

 

Rainbow Chicken Skewers

Rainbow Chicken Skewers - Tender pieces of marinated chicken cooked on the bbq or grill for a sweet and smokey flavour. Children love building the kebabs and then eating the rainbow vegetables. Serve with bread wraps or rice. Vegetarian - Try Halloumi cheese or tofu pieces instead of chicken.

 

Courgette and Bacon Frittata

Courgette and Bacon Frittata - speedy frittatas make for a great mid-week dinner or even cooked ahead and served cold for a delicious breakfast or packed lunch. Dairy free: Swap cheddar cheese for vegan cheese. Vegetarian: Leave out the bacon and pack in some extra veg.

 

Creamy Vegetable Curry

Creamy Vegetable Curry Creamy and healthy - this can easily be adapted to the whole family by adding chicken or fish if desired. Make double and freeze for another day.
Dairy free: Use coconut yogurt instead of plain yogurt.