Eat Colourful. Inspiring a love of colourful fruits and veggies.
Simple. Fun. Delicious.
This is one great way to use up leftover veg or have a meat free dinner alternative.
A tad annoying to make (due to the pre-cooking of the sweet potato and trying to get the flesh out and not wreck the skin) but my kids said they are yummy and I should share the recipe!
We are lucky enough to have a mandarin tree. So I make this as we have a very active tree at the moment.
This soup is easy, warming and delicious! Plus no annoying blending! What more could you want?
If you are still learning to like Brussel sprouts then this is my fave recipe to gain some Brussel sprout fans
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that taste the best! Fresh or canned, this recipe is simply yum! (And as I always have canned corn in the cupboard, it’s a great side when I am short on fresh)
Veggies for dessert with simple, three ingredient tart!
An easy craft activity with the end product being a snack. This is a great one to try out with your kids over school holidays or a raining day activity.
I have to be honest, I don’t have delicate fingers and patience for a lot of food art for lunch (awesome to those people who do) but these are quick and easy to make and my kids love them.
Pack a punch of extra flavour and give this fennel and vegetable combination a try. Great in winter when fennel is in season.
Thanks to my amazing grandfather for this simple and delicious recipe
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