• Green chicken salad

    Don’t be put off by all the raw vegetables in here – they really go well together and it's good to realise that not all salads have to be about tomatoes and lettuce!

  • Bircher muesli

    A twist on your standard muesli and a comforting way to start the day!

  • Vanilla rice pudding

    A tasty dessert suitable for the whole family, in particular those that have a dairy intolerance.

  • Barbecue recipes

    Pork and pepper kebabs, chicken strips with creamy dip, salmon with Parma ham and more.

Ants on a log

Usually you don’t want ants anywhere near your lunch, but this tasty recipe is the exception!

Bear fool

Fruit is the perfect sweet snack for kids. You can introduce all kinds of fun by being creative with ingredients!

French toast with ricotta and berries

French toast can be served with all sorts of fruit and nuts so don't be afraid to experiment around with your toppings.

Quick pizza

The kids are home from school, here’s a quick filling recipe to keep them satisfied ‘til dinner!

Chunky oatmeal drops

These cookies contain no added sugar as the sweetness comes from all the fruit! They also contain lots of whole-grains that release their energy slowly.

Ghostly milk shakes

As well as being great fun to make, these Halloween milkshakes are a ghoulish way to boost your children’s dairy and fruit intake!

Pancakes

Making pancakes can be great family fun with this simple recipe. To make them healthier avoid adding sugar to the pancake mix and instead add a sweet topping like fresh or stewed fruit.

Simple smoothie - strawberry

Smoothies only take a few minutes to make. It’s also a fun way to get children interested in fruit and involved in the kitchen.

Simple smoothie - raspberry and banana

Fruit is a rich source of vitamins and minerals - not to mention the fact that it tastes great!