Valentine’s Day isn’t reserved for just grown-ups. Have your little ones make these cherry heart pies as a special treat to celebrate. MAKES 8 // COOKING TIME 25 min INGREDIENTS 1 roll puff pastry 2 cups cherry jam 1 egg, whisked Icing sugar, to dust METHOD 1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Line a baking tray with baking paper. 2. Unroll… Read more →
These fun reindeer sloppy joes are sure to bring the festive cheer this year, so why not get the kids involved and make them together?
We know what a rush school mornings can be! At least breakfast will always be sorted with these prep-in-advance frozen yoghurt fruity pops.
Instead of reaching for the chips and sweets, spoil your little ones (and yourself) with a mix of fresh fruit and these fun, sweet dips.
Low in calories, yet high in all the body-boosting nutrients, these oven-baked fish nuggets are the perfect weeknight menu option, and great for the whole family.
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As they come back into season, it’s time to bring strawberries back into your baking! The little ones will especially love these toffee-coated strawberries.
Not only are these emoji-inspired fruit snacks quick and easy, they’re also healthy and so much fun to make with the kids!
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