Banana slice

This recipe for banana slice is much like banana bread but made into a slice. This makes it perfect for lunchboxes, cake stalls and school fairs.

Gingerbread men

Making gingerbread men is a fun cooking activity you can enjoy with kids of all ages. Make this simple dough, roll it out and then let your children do the rest of the work. You could decorate each man in the traditional way or go a little bit crazy with decorations!

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.

Weet-bix slice

Always popular and so easy to make, this Weet-Bix slice recipe is a great way to involve the kids in the kitchen. Let them crush up the Weet-Bix for the base and pour on the icing after it’s baked.

Date balls

Looking for a healthy snack that the whole family can enjoy? These little bites are incredibly delish and will satisfy your craving for a sweet treat. And the kids will think they're pretty yummy too!

Black bean brownies

For a delish and healthy twist on a traditional chocolate brownie, try these heavenly black bean brownies. You'll still get a hit of rich gooey chocolate, but you'll also get a big serve of extra protein and fibre. And the kids will never, ever know. Bonus!

3 in 1 biscuits

These are lovely vanilla flavoured biscuits with the added attraction of colour and ‘movement’! Great fun for the kids to help with colouring, kneading, rolling and slicing.