Not only are these caramelised fruit kebabs fun to eat, they are utterly delish too! Serve them hot, or at room temperature. Either way they make a totally satisfying (and not too naughty!) dessert.
Most kids are absolutely starving after school. These delish apple and currant scrolls are just the thing to fill those hungry tummies. Overflowing with yummy apple pieces, these little bites are great to freeze for those days you're in a hurry.
These ricotta pancakes with honeycomb butter make an amazing breakfast treat. The honeycomb butter is made from actual honeycomb (from the bees!). You could even serve this up with some ice cream and have it for dessert.
These muffins are cake-ey enough to seem like a real treat but also sneak in some vegetable and fibre goodness. And the very best thing about this recipe is that it can be made well in advance, right through to the batter stage and just popped in the oven when needed.
This savoury tart recipe is a great base for you to add your choice of fillings. This one contains sweet potato, onion and sage in a base of eggs with cream. Of course if making pastry isnt your thing, then definitely use thawed ready-rolled shortcrust pastry from the supermarket.
These divine maple poached pears can be eaten either warm or cold, for breakfast, lunch or dinner! The perfect topping for cereals or porridge and delicious served alongside a stack of pancakes and ice cream. We love the versatility of the recipe, and so will you!
This cheesecake dip with fruit sticks recipe is a great after dinner treat or afternoon snack. The kids will be delighted - it's healthy, fun and delicious - what more could you want after a long day at school?