A healthy attitude to food is more likely to develop in children if you’re willing to invest time in teaching them when they’re young and impressionable.
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 was lucky enough to spend the first five years of my life in Italy, and what I ate in those formative years has shaped my palate and the way I eat.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?