Gold Medal Naan Bread

Have you or your family been inspired by the Olympics? I wanted to create a recipe out of food inspired by the Olympics which is easy for children to make and tastes great too. I also wanted it to be a healthy option so I created this recipe. I have coloured the dough using turmeric. …

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Terry the Turtle

As today is #WorldTurtleDay I’ve come up with an easy and fun snack to make with or for children – Terry the Turtle! It’s a great way to get your little ones eating fruit and they are very easy for children to make themselves. To Make Terry the Turtle Ingredients 1 green apple5 green grapes2 blueberries Method …

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Asparagus Tortilla Pizza

British Asparagus is in season right now! Make the most of this delicious and succulent veg by using it in this easy to make tortilla pizza. Perfect for little ones to make themselves and an excellent recipe to use up any leftover Asparagus. Ingredients 4 wholemeal tortilla wraps 1 tube of tomato purée4 large handfuls of …

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The sun is out and what better way to enjoy it than eating outdoors with a barbecue? It doesn’t have to be just the traditional burgers and sausages, there are so many ways that you can enjoy eating al fresco whilst still eating healthily. It’s National Barbecue Week this week so I’ve put together some …



There are so many ways that we can help children to learn about food and nutrition. During the school holidays, with limits on what we can do at the moment, it is a great opportunity to do some activities with food. Teaching children about their food such as how food is grown, where it comes from, exploring foods from different cultures or learning about new foods, helps children to be more confident with their food and even try something new. Here are some ideas you could try at home or in your early years setting: