Glazed meatloaf

This delicious meatloaf is a perfect family staple as you can make it and serve it later or prepare it and bake it when you are ready. There are some hidden veggies in there along with a delicious glaze that will have them coming back for more.

Walnut brownies

If you like a denser, gooier brownie, remove from the oven at around 18 minutes. These are delicious and make then healthier by adding fruit with a slice of fresh strawberry... YUM

Spelt choc-chip cookies

These delicious choc-chip cookies have half the sugar and refined flour of the regular ones, and are packed with wholesome spelt flour and coconut. The kids won’t notice the difference, so whip up a batch on Sunday for a week of easy lunch box fillers.

Easy egg pikelets

These easy egg pikelets will have even the fussiest of eaters begging for more! Light, fluffy and SO moreish, these little bites are great for after-school snacks or served alongside some streamed veggies for an easy-peasy kids' dinner.

Zucchini bread

If you have plenty of zucchini or looking for an alternative to banana bread this is for you it is sweet and soft with the added spice the whole family will love it with a spread of butter or a slice straight into the lunch box

Rock cakes

Rock cakes are great for the lunch box or with a cup of coffee who can say no. I don't use mixed peed but find glace cherries are a real hit

Date & nut muffins

Dates, nuts and a little pinch of nutmeg is a classic taste combination. This muffin recipe makes the most of these tasty ingredients to create a muffin that's perfect for school and work snacks.

Homemade muesli bars

Muesli bars are an easy snack to drop into your kids' lunch boxes but they can be expensive - and full of sugar, fat and who knows what else! Try making these healthy homemade muesli bars instead - your kids won't taste the difference.