Home-made pizza are a nutritious and delicious meal which give kids plenty of opportunities to “explore” and learn about cooking, the senses and flavour combinationsRead More
Fruit, fibre and (healthy) fat filled bliss-balls. These are a tasty and helpful menu item for those who struggle to eat enough for growth and development. Also a great way to incorporate peanuts into the diet of youngsters to reduce their risk of developing an allergy. Recipe also includes nut-free modifications for those attending “Nut-Free” schools or households with allergies.Read More
Easy-peasy cheesy zucchini bites make a nutritious and delicious lunchbox addition, snack or side-dish to a main meal. For those with kids who enjoy a bit of "kick" in their food, add a few chilli flakes to the flour mixture or serve with salsa.Read More
When we used their original name of "Fish Balls" these tasty vegetable-filled balls were greeted with a bit of resistance by a few of our reluctant-to-eat clients. Their new name comes from a Mr. 6 year old who designed the name based on the white and black sesame seeds resemblance to his favourite ball game.
They are filled with vegetables, high in fibre and make a tasty way to enjoy a serving of omega-3 rich fish.
With three simple ingredients (berries, chia seeds and water) this recipe makes a delicious no-added-sugar "jam" to use in place of the traditional type.
These fruit-filled high-fibre muffins are a great lunchbox addition or breakfast item. Included are modifications for gluten-free, high-energy and egg-free diets.Read More
French toast is possibly one of the quickest "Easy Meals" I recommend to parents. Preparation, cooking and clean-up takes less than 10 minutes and is a great option on busy weeknights, as a quick lunch or even a mid-meal for hungry teens.Read More