It can be hard to put the right kind of food on the table, let alone make kids eat it, but these tips will help improve your children’s health in a flash.
I once claimed this recipe was mine, naming it “Yummy cake”. Grandma didn’t have the heart to tell me it was well-known and called Millionaire’s shortbread.
My version of this dish replaces bacon fat and sugar with ricotta and just a touch of honey for an incredibly moist and flavorful cornbread to indulge in.
This is a plum cake known as a “Placek z Sliwkami”. It is the very first cake I learned to make with my mother, and my children love helping me make it now.
My mum would often make this creamy, sweet rice pudding, simply-flavoured with vanilla, cinnamon, cardamom and sultanas, and it was great served warm
This banana cake was a favourite growing up, and was an easy recipe for a child to master, being an all-in-one method and needing little preparation.
Inspired by a meal at Fifteen, I worked up this asparagus and cheddar tart, which I served alongside a baby spinach and beetroot salad. Spring perfection!
Sometimes the last thing you want to do is cook, but no matter how little time you have, you can still whip up a meal and have next to no washing up to do.
My grandma would often make this lovely leftover chicken soup for supper using the carcass from our Sunday dinner, and it was always fantastic.
Many people feel they don’t have time to cook from scratch, let alone with their kids, but these are fundamental goals of this year’s Food Revolution Day.