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Find a whole host of favourite foods and sweet treats in our collection, including baguette pizzas, vegetable bolognese, chocolate toffee crispy bakes and marshmallow sandwiches.
Everybody loves spag bol and every veggie or vegan will love you for making this vegetable bolognese. And it's a foolproof way of getting kids to eat their vegetables.
A cheat's lasagne for when you don't have time for the full monty.
Tuck into a plate of Britain's traditional pub fare – those wholesome staples, bangers and mash.
This goujon recipe is bound to please both kids and adults alike, plus these chicken treats are proof that making your own beats shop-bought ones.
Noodles are filling and fun, and kids will enjoy making and eating this mildly spicy noodle recipe.
Keep the kids occupied by letting them create their own pizza toppings.
This tuna pasta recipe is so easy, you could even make it over a campfire using just one pan.
This is classic childhood food at its very best, whether you're bringing back happy memories or starting new ones
Semolina makes a brilliant crispy coating for these lightly spiced prawns. This simple recipe is suitable for children to make.
Meatloaf is a nutritious, filling meal that kids will love; and at around £4 to make for an average family, it will be popular with mum too.
Cook these chicken drumsticks for supper but keep a few for your child’s lunchbox
Tropical fruits dipped in chocolate make healthy nibbles for kids.
Celebrity chef Rachel Allen says that these bars are "great for the kids’ lunchboxes – and your coffee break.”
This pudding brings back memories of that rare school dinner treat – the pudding every kid loved, with soft, springy chocolate sponge squares coated in thick chocolate custard. School food, but good. Here it’s back and better than ever.
To keep the kids busy over the holidays, help them make this gingerbread house. Then lay out bowls of sweets and chocolates and leave them to decorate it.
Show kids how much fun baking can be. They'll be converts for life once they've tasted this easy coconut and chocolate cake recipe.
Use this basic recipe and vary the fruit, depending on what is available. Apples, blueberries, pears or blackberries all work well.
Children will love these fun treats packed with marshmallow, raspberries and honeycomb.
These beautiful cakes are easy to prepare - and a lot of fun to make with children.
These tempting treats are perfect for kids to make for a party.
This chocolate raisin clusters recipe is great fun to make with kids.
These cakes are an absolute classic, and a must for any trainee cook.
All children love to roll out dough and cut out shapes – it reminds them of Playdough! Try this easy recipe for peppermint creams!
These easy cookies really are something special – they melt in the mouth and are great fun to make. Kids and adults alike will love them.
These fab biscuits look so pretty with the sweets in the middle of each one. Kids will love making them.
If you like peanut butter and jam sandwiches, you will love these slightly crumbly cookies.
Kids (and adults) love the decoration of drizzled chocolate, fresh-tasting raspberries and sweet spongy marshmallow.
This sweet treat is fun for kids to make and tastes gorgeous.
There's no need to cook with this delightful dessert. Kids and adults alike will love these home-made chocolate treats, made with only three ingredients.
All kids love pancakes so Sam Scargill from St Josephs Catholic Primary School invented this scrumptious dessert. A great recipe to make with kids.
This coconut ice needs a day to set, so don’t be tempted to eat it beforehand.
Enjoy these quick and healthy milkshakes using strawberries or raspberries - watch the kids faces when the mixture turns pink!
If you can’t find rose-flavoured chocolate for this fragrant chocolate cookie recipe, you can add a few drops of rose water instead.
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