Some use a griddle, most use a frying pan, while others turn to a long-standing family recipe. But whatever your tradition, Pancake Tuesday is always full of fun and delicious delights. Whether it’s novelty shapes or tasty toppings, this year provides the perfect opportunity to get the whole family involved. ToRead More →

Northern Ireland’s home cook hero, Suzie Lee says: “Turkey, roast potatoes, stuffing and mountains of vegetables, who doesn’t love sitting down with family to enjoy an amazing Christmas dinner? To many though, the thought of having to cook this festive feast can be a very daunting and stressful task, especiallyRead More →

Celeb mum Stacey Solomon swears by creating different animals out of snacks for her sons to keep them focused and entertained while eating. If your little one needs some encouragement, our friends at Mash Direct have created these delicious HEDGEHOG, LION and OWL recipes using their products, to make mealtimes more fun, healthy andRead More →

Today (21 October) is Apple Day and what better way to celebrate this versatile, delicious and healthy fruit than sharing one of our favourite recipes that’s great to make with the kids. Ingredients 200 g or 7oz plain flour 100 g or 3.5 oz caster sugar 50 g or 2 oz brown sugar 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powderRead More →

For the ultimate showstopping centrepiece on a special occasion, M&S have created this decadent chocolate trifle topped with their brand-new mini Colin faces. Ingredients 6 slices of leftover (if you have any!) Colin the Caterpillar cake, each roughly 1 inch thick 1 x 500g tub chilled custard 300g milk chocolate, brokenRead More →

To mark the start of National Doughnut Week (Saturday 9 – 16 May) we’re sharing an easy recipe for baked, glazed doughnuts that you and the kids can do together. We like any excuse for doughnuts and the fact that they’re baked – not fried – means they are aRead More →

It’s World Tuna Day so why not celebrate it with this simple and delicious recipe for the whole family.   Ingredients: Large can of tuna in oil 80g of breadcrumbs 45g of grated cheddar cheese 1 large egg, beaten 2 tbsp of olive oil Pasta shapes of your choice 1Read More →

Young chef and food writer Ryan Riley tragically lost his mother Krista to small cell lung cancer in 2014 when he was just twenty years old inspiring him to co-found Life Kitchen – the UK’s first cancer cookery school. His mother’s experience of losing her sense of taste during chemo encouraged Ryan to develop the innovative dishesRead More →

Once they are ready to move on from a milk only diet to solids, Keda Black says establishing healthy eating habits with your baby from the get-go will help them develop a good relationship with food for life… Porridge Ready in 10 mins From the age of 10 months, useRead More →

Is it really possible to change your, and your family’s, health and life using only a blender? As someone who spends most of her waking moments thinking about the simplest and most enjoyable ways to get good nutrition into kids, Weelicious founder Catherine McCord says absolutely! Chai Beauty Greens WheneverRead More →

Let the kids become your assistants and amaze your guests with these delicious (but oh-so-easy to make) homemade festive treats from Jolene Cox. At this busy time of year, they’ll wonder how you did it! CLASSIC CHEESE STRAWS Recipe serves: 20 persons Cooking time: 10 min Preparation time: 5 minRead More →

Following the success of The Silver Spoon (the most influential and successful Italian cookbook of the last 50 years) a special edition adapted especially for children presents authentic, quick, wholesome and easy-to-make Italian recipes that kids will love to help cook and eat. Guaranteed to appeal to the fussiest ofRead More →