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Make a gingerbread house, whip up a jar of festive popcorn, craft edible decorations for the tree or make your own crackers! There are all sorts of brilliant Christmas treats to make with the kids, and let their imagination run free. PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES These iced biscuits make great placeholders for the Christmas table, or Read the full article…

A brilliant baking project – making your own gingerbread is a lovely way to fill the kitchen with wonderfully Christmassy aromas. Have fun building a house together and get creative with the decoration. HOW TO MAKE A GINGERBREAD HOUSE It’s the warming spices that make gingerbread so festive. Nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and allspice create a Read the full article…

Our favourite dairy-free recipes include a gorgeous range of simple midweek ideas and quick, easy dishes. For puds and baking inspiration, check out our feature on vegan bakes, here or this tasty guide to dairy-free chocolate recipes. Jamie’s quick and healthy smoky pancetta cod  Jamie’s quick, easy and healthy recipe for Smoky pancetta cod is Read the full article…

Supermarket baby food aisles are full of pre-prepared products in jars and pouches. There’s no denying that these can play a useful part in your baby’s weaning, especially if you’re out and about, as they’re convenient and can be stored ambiently until opened. But relying on them too much can also mean kids could miss Read the full article…

Iron is a hardworking little mineral, and it’s so important to include iron-rich food in your diet. Iron’s real superpower is the ability to help red blood cells form oxygen, and it also plays an important role in maintaining good muscle function. If you don’t get enough iron, you can soon start to feel tired and rundown.

Take the kids on a tasty adventure with these fun, foodie ideas for day trips and things to do. Check out local social media groups for a better idea of what’s on near you, and take a look at your local council website for information on food markets or one-off events across the summer.