Hamburger on sourdough

Hamburgers are a tried-and-true dinner favourite with most kids. Simply load the dinner table with beef patties, fresh bread and a generous supply of salad vegetables such as avocado, tomato and beetroot, as well as cheese and sauces, and let your family build their own personalised hamburger.

Yoghurt parfait

Try this simple dessert when you want to get the kids to eat more fruit without nagging! Layer up pretty glasses with yoghurt and grapes for a colourful dessert that will see them begging for more.

Jelly crystal biscuits

These colourful jelly biscuits take on a delicate flavour from jelly crystals while keeping their shortbread texture. Pick your favourite colours and flavours and get the kids to help you roll these.You can also use this mixture as play dough and then bake them later.

Sausage salad

You are correct; this has leftovers written all over it! But a very tasty serve of leftovers it is. Cook up your favourite sausages and combine it with your leftover roast veggies and you have a very yummy warm salad for dinner.

Pizza pockets

Make your pizzas completely portable by folding them into tasty little pockets with the ingredients on the inside. They're delicious cold and make an ideal picnic or lunch box filler.

Shoestring french fries

There's something about shoestring fries that makes the most ardent hot chip lover, salivate. Here's how to make these thin and crispy bites of goodness that go perfectly with a steak, fried fish or indeed, anything!

Cheesecake dip

The ingredients for this dip are a little bit naughty, but it is a great way to get that cheesecake flavour without actually having a slice of cheesecake. If you use lots of fresh fruit to dip in this I think it’s a great treat.

Sandwich dumplings

Sandwiches day in and day out can become so ho-hum. Brighten things up with these fun sandwich dumplings. Simply spread your desired filling onto fresh bread and press in a dumpling mould for a fun sandwich alternative.

Little meat pies

Make your own little party pies with this recipe. Ideal for little fingers they make a great party food option. Make the filling the day before and the final baking will be done in half an hour.

Fairy bread

Fairy bread is a quick fun dish for birthday party or as a special treat for lunch when friends come to play. Sprinkles sprinkles everywhere how delightful