If you are looking for a festive snack that kids will love, and that is great for feeding a crowd, then try this Christmas Popcorn. Full of all the best festive flavours, easy to adapt and ready in just 10 minutes. Popped corn smothered in a sweet and buttery chocolate sauce with hints of orange, ginger and cinnamon.
When you just need something to eat in between meals, try one of our healthy snacks. From Homemade Garlic Crisps to Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts to our incredible Peanut Butter Oat Squares find the perfect recipe that will stop those hunger pangs.
A slice of banana bread is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. Why not save yourself some calories with this lower in fat Healthy Banana Bread! Grab a cup of tea, a slice of this delicious banana bread and put your feet up for a well deserved break.
These light and moist Banana Oat Muffins are a hit with kids of all ages, and you can use any toppings you like. Naturally sweetened they can be a nutritious breakfast on the go, or a filling snack. With no butter, sugar or oil, these muffins are a lighter choice, but still bursting with flavour.
This looks like one of those titles that is too good to be true. But, believe me, these cookies have just 2 ingredients (and loads of options for a 3rd ingredient to make different flavours), they are nutritious and totally delicious too. Not only will kids love eating these, but they will have so much fun making them as well. Try making a batch of 2 Ingredient Cookies this week!
Crunchy peanut butter, a sweet strawberry sauce and some extra fruit sandwiched between two slices of bread make a delicious nostalgic sandwich. It’s National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, so we are sharing a healthy version of this classic sandwich recipe.
These Kale Crisps are a quick, easy, healthy and tasty snack. Just 15 minutes in the oven and only three ingredients.
Hummus is a great snack when paired with some vegetables sticks and pita bread, but why not add some vegetables to it with this Carrot hummus! Some added vitamins and it makes it a wonderful vibrant orange colour too. This would stand out on a party food table.
If you think you hate Brussels sprouts, please give them one final try. Roasting them in balsamic vinegar totally changes the flavour and even the biggest sprout haters can be converted. Trust me! These sweet and crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts make a tasty side dish any time of the year, or a delicious snack.