Getting kids eating greens can be a challenge, but by getting them involved in the preparation you can actually get them excited about it.
From London to Mississippi, here’s a selection of some of the initiatives taking place around the world to help make food education a priority in education.
Everyone is ditching the dinner table to take their meals al fresco, this summer, but what about getting your hands into outdoor cooking as well?
The kids are back at school after the holidays, but the fun doesn’t need to stop – try cooking up this great chicken meal with them this weekend.
Baking hot cross buns is simple, and cooking with the kids is a great way of keeping them entertained while producing something tasty for the family too.
It’s easy to think of carrots as a bit boring, but kids love them, and with a bit of imagination they can be really versatile.
Kids love cucumbers; they are long and crunchy and even the name is fun. They’ve been a hit with the schools involved with Jamie’s Kitchen Garden Project.
Making dressing in a jam jar is one of Jamie’s secret weapons, and we at the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation are here to help your kids learn to love salads!
Baking is often the first cooking experience we have as children, but usually it’s cakes and cookies. How about baking flatbreads with your kids instead?
Grating fruit may sound odd, but this fruit salad makes for a deliciously sticky, colourful breakfast while developing key grating skills for children.