Are you rushed off your feet, time poor, or perhaps the little ones won't leave you alone long enough to bake? Then you are going to love our easiest ever biscuits recipe. With little effort, and in just minutes you can whip up some scrummy biscuits on the double when hungry little fingers are searching for munchable meals.
Zucchini provides a decent amount of fibre, and excellent levels of vitamin C, potassium and manganese. It also adds incredible moisture to the muffins and camouflages very well, when finely grated, so your little one won't even notice it. A great way to pack extra veggies into any diet and to add a variety to your kids' lunch box. No added sugar, delicious snack or lunch that everyone will love!
Kids love these crispy on the outside whilst being soft and chewy on the inside oatilicious energy cookies. The recipe is so simple that it can be made together with kids. These no added sugar cookies are egg-free and dairy-free which is important if you have a family member with food allergies or intolerances.
Homemade bath bombs make a great rainy day or lockdown activity for you and your child. Let them practise their mixing and pouring skills while teaching them about combining colours and scents. To make these bombs even better put a flower or one of your kids' small plastic toys at the bottom of the mold before adding the mixture for an element of surprise while it fizzes in the bath.
A humble egg provides high-quality protein and contains 11 vitamins and minerals, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. All these essentials are needed by the body, but try telling that to your kids, they will look at you funny and refuse to eat it. So how can we take this boring but vital food and turn it into something our kids will devour?