Love muffins

Perfect for Valentine's Day, these muffins taste amazing and look beautiful when arranged in a love heart. Decorate with pink icing and heart sprinkles!

Gluten-free pasta salad

There's no need to miss out on all the deliciousness that pasta has to offer when you're on a gluten-free diet. Simply use gluten-free pasta in the place of wheat pasta and you too can enjoy recipes like this tasty chicken and pasta salad.

Almond pancakes

Here’s another gluten-free pancake recipe to add to your repertoire. With a wonderful nutty flavour from the almonds, and a hint of cinnamon, they’re a nutrient-dense and delicious breakfast that everyone will love.

Hummingbird cake

This beautiful cake is made with crushed pineapple and mashed bananas to give it a wonderfully moist texture. Top with a yummy cream cheese icing and serve as a special weekend treat.

Apple muffins

Apple muffins are an incredibly healthy snack young children will love. Using natural yoghurt and grated apple and dates, this muffin recipe is deliciously scented with cinnamon and is just as good served hot or cold.

Chicken strips

I don’t shallow or deep fry very often. However, I did make an exception with these chicken strips as they are shallow fried. And they are sensational, so will be making these a regular ‘sometimes food’!

Lemony fish bites

These bites are perfect for a snack while watching the rugby or if friends are coming over the kids love them to with homemade chips they make a great Friday night fish n chips

Chickpea dip

I love this quick and cheap dip. It‰s great for adult and kids parties, perfect for a spread on sandwiches and even better when served with crunchy vegetable fingers.

Ricotta pikelets

Perfect for breakfast, these ricotta pikelets are so easy to make. The berry butter on top makes them particularly moreish. We're sure you'll have to have a second serving.

Purple pancakes

Make breakfast fun with these purple pancakes. The purple comes from pureed blueberries. Top with yoghurt, honey and fresh berries and the kids will love them!

Jam drops

Just like the biscuits your grandma used to make, these are deliciously easy jam drops that the kids will love to make and eat. You will have all of the ingredients in your pantry.

Honey joys

You'll remember this recipe fondly from your childhood, and now you can help your children create their own childhood memories. These sweet little morsels are so simple to make - and taste crispy, sticky and delicious. A perfect party food that's simple to serve and is a hit with all ages.

Apple cake

This apple cake is a wonderfully moist cake, quick to make and if there is any leftover, great for lunch boxes or after-school snacks.