Cupcakes

These are great for kids parties, decorate as you wish you can add sultanas to half the mixture for variety these freeze well and are so good for kids lunches

Fruit and oat squares

This recipe for fruit and oat squares makes up a delicious slice that's perfect for lunchboxes, after-school snacks or to serve up at your school's cake stall. Substitute the apricot for chocolate if you want to make them a little bit naughty.

Satay sauce

who does not love a silky rich satay sauce. This sauce is very versatile. It can be stored in the fridge for 5 days and then reheated in the microwave

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.

Biscuit wands

With this easy biscuit wand recipe, you can have heaps of fun baking with your little fairy. We've made wands in the shapes of stars, hearts and circles but you could cut out biscuit wands in any shape that takes your fancy!

Meringue baskets

This easy peasy dessert idea only has four ingredients and is really a matter of assembly, rather than cooking. Choose whichever flavour of ice cream you fancy to fill the meringue nests, then top with berries and grated chocolate.

Clusters

What child's eyes wouldn't open in delight at the sight of these pretty clusters of sweet treats. A perfect party food that'll be the delight of any birthday party or special event, these sweet sensations are also simple to make. Kids will love to help make these magnificent morsels.

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.

Hedgehog Slice

This homemade hedgehog slice is a delicious alternative to the shop-bought variety. Full of crunch from the biscuits, nuts and coconut, this slice makes for a chocolate-y treat everyone will love.

Easy biscuit pops

These easy biscuit pops are a cute party treat and would be fantastic to take to school on your child's birthday. They are really easy to make and perfect for the non-baker.

Choc-peanut slice

This rich slice recipe is easy to make and even easier to eat! Layers of buttery oats, creamy peanut and chocolate will make this a sure fire crowd pleaser. Prepare to make this one again and again ...

Mars Bar slice

This is a fun recipe your kids will love to make with you. The Mars Bar slice uses Mars Bars, chocolate, Rice Bubbles and butter to make a perfect sweet treat for your next birthday party

Lemon cordial

This delicious lemon cordial lasts for up to 4 months in the fridge and you only require 1/3 of the amount of shop bought cordial what a great way to use up all of those extra lemons on your or the neighbours tree