Keep the little ones busy over the summer break by encouraging them to join you in the kitchen. Today on the blog we take a look at some simple recipe ideas that your children can help to make.
Fish Finger and Mushy Peas
There’s no need to resort to shop-bought when making your own is this easy. This homemade fish finger recipe from the BBC Good Food website is an excellent source of nutrition. They’re super delicious too! It goes well with lemon-roasted new potatoes.
If you’re heading to the park or countryside for a family picnic over the holidays, a picnic loaf is great to take along. Take a loaf of bread and fill it with all the flavours you love in a sandwich. This recipe from Sainsbury’s shows you how to layer ham, salami, cheese, and roasted vegetables.
Fruit and Nut Chocolate Fridge Cake
Children love nothing more than baking with their parents; it makes them feel grown up and the results are always rewarding. This Fruit & Nut Chocolate Fridge Cake is easy and fun to make with your children. You can add your own favourite ingredients and use whichever type of chocolate you like.
Smoothies are terrific snacks for kids; they’re a great way of getting picky eaters to get their five a day. They are full of vitamins and nutrients but are colourful and full of flavour too. You just need a blender and a selection of your favourite or seasonal fruits. Experiment with combinations and see which flavours you can create.
Are you going to try any of these with your children? Let us know if you know any other recipe suggestions.