Children’s cookery classes Helping your child to develop a love affair with food In a relaxed and fun environment my cookery classes help children from 2 yrs understand  the basics of cookery, reveal how fun cooking and baking are, whilst promoting healthy eating and a sense of accomplishment. Each session lasts an hour, recipes are prepared from scratch and your child takes the dish and  recipe card home with them. These sessions are especially great at helping fussy eaters to like 
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Healthy kids recipes – easy celery, leek and tomato sauce

 Healthy kids recipes – easy celery, leek and tomato sauce A winner with all children Like most children I know, my two love pasta with tomato sauce with a sprinkling of cheese on top. It’s even a favourite of mine now. Tomato sauce is easy to freeze and stores in the fridge for a good couple of days. Tinned tomatoes on their own can be a little boring and to make sure my two get their 5-a-day I add
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Healthy kids recipes – easy cheese muffins

Healthy kids recipes – easy cheese muffins These healthy muffins are easy to make, can be as nutritious as you wish them to be as you can add little extras and your children will love to help you make them. They are great for breakfast, a packed lunch box, a snack or served with a bowl of soup. My son about to eat his cheese muffin Ingredients: 250g plain flour1 tsp baking powder2 eggs80g butter, melted and cooled150g grated cheese
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Kinder Kitchen packed lunch ideas – potato salad

I overheard a couple of mums at the school gate discussing ideas for packed lunches, so I thought that I would post a couple more ideas up as also requested by a couple of friends. My two haven’t yet mastered potato salad but varying it and adding things your children like it could be a winner, and healthy too! It can also be a meal-in-1 by adding protein and vegetables. Packed lunch potato salad Method: Wash and then boil baby,
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Kinder Kitchen cooking tip – fussy eaters

Well, although I eat nearly everything, both my children don’t. My son has never eaten an egg or baked beans, my daughter rarely eats rice or couscous. I am lucky as they have healthy appetites but I have to be inventive and clever at the same time. Carrots get grated into homemade hamburgers and pasta tomato sauce gets blended prior to serving so they don’t recognise the celery or leeks I put into it. Below are some tips to help parents/carers
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Kinder Kitchen packed lunch ideas

As many children go back to school this week after the summer break, many mums I speak to find it difficult to think up varying packed lunch ideas. My daughter starts school nursery next week and I will need to send her in with a packed lunch on a couple of those days, so it has got me thinking.Many of us will turn to a sandwich (ham or cheese) straight away and although our children need the carbohydrates they get
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