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 →

For more than four decades Mary Berry CBE has brought her unfussy and stress-free approach to cooking and baking into our homes, endearing her into our hearts. Discover the dishes that Mary cooks for family and friends throughout the year, whether it’s a casual get-together or a full-on celebration feast… PUY LENTILRead More →

For years, The Forest Feast blog readers have been transported to Erin Gleeson’s picturesque cabin in the woods in Northern California through her stunning photography of magical gatherings and vibrant vegetarian cooking inspired by her weekly farm box. Now she takes inspiration from an extended family trip around Europe to create effortlessRead More →

Work, kids, life… if you constantly feel that you’ve got far too much on your plate to spend hours in the kitchen, our favourite mum master baker, Nadiya Hussain, shows that you can be short on time, but not on flavour with quick and easy recipes that take the stressRead More →

With the rise in awareness of allergies and food intolerances, more and more of us are searching for free from alternatives that will satisfy the entire family at mealtimes. Best-selling cookery author Grace Cheetham has spent the last 10 years serving up tasty, and trusted, dishes from energising breakfasts, weekday winnersRead More →

In the battle to overcome picky eating Emily Leary is ‘making new the norm’ by linking imagination to food so introducing kids to different flavours, colours and textures is a breeze… Emily is a multi-award winning writer, presenter and mum-of-two. Her blog, A Mummy Too, has over 300,000 followers andRead More →