Getting your 5 a day

Healthy breakfast for people who hate breakfast

Healthy breakfasts for people who hate breakfast

If the thought of an early morning munch-fest leaves you cold then you may be among an estimated 30-40% of Brits who habitually skip breakfast. Experts generally agree that a hearty, balanced breakfast is the perfect nutritional start to the day. Most of us know this at some basic level, here are a few idea’s

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How to teach kids to cook and not get stressed

How to cook with kids and not get stressed

The idea of cooking with your children and the reality can be two very different things. Learning how to cook with kids and not get stressed adds a new dimension in the kitchen! In your mind you’re wearing cheerful aprons, showing your little one the joys of baking and decorating beautiful little cupcakes together. When

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help your kids learn about food

Help your kids learn about food

Some days it can be a challenge to get your little kids to eat anything at all, let alone a perfectly balanced meal. And, as they grow, their preferences (and a fascinating vocal ability to communicate them) complicate matters further. Yet every mealtime and chat time presents an opportunity to help your kids learn about

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Creamy tomato soup

Creamy tomato soup

The old favourite Tomato soup, this creamy version is ideal as a main for the kids or as a starter for the adults. Serve with crispy warm rolls or warm baguette. Ingredients 3 tbsp olive oil 2 onions, chopped 2 celery sticks, chopped 300g carrots, chopped 500g potatoes, diced 4 bay leaves 5 tbsp tomato

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sweet potato salad

Sweet potato salad

We are always looking for quick and tasty meals that take little time to prepare. Sweet potatos are a great alternative to the basic spud we all know and love. Try this recipe for sweet potato salad, it’s easy to prepare. Ingredients 1.2kg sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into biggish chunks 1 tbsp olive oil

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Carrot and corriander soup

There’s nothing more warming and hearty than a bowl of soup. This Carrot and Corriander soup takes little time to prepare and tastes delicious, perfect for a family meal with a warm crusty roll. Ingredients 700g carrots 1 onion Oil 1 chopped Maris Piper potato 2 tsp ground coriander 1 cube Vegetable stock Fresh chopped

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