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Let's face it, children's classic recipes are usually a carb-fest of pizza, pasta or potatoes. So to help, these recipes are hearty meals that include opportunities to sneak in at least one of their five a day.
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.
Once you've tried this tasty snack recipe, you'll be serving it at any given opportunity, from summer barbecues to parties.
Kids will have a lot of fun making (and eating) this easy dish.
Couscous with feta - a salad kids can make and everyone will love. Makes a perfect packed lunch too.
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.
Rice and peas is a very well-known Jamaican recipe. In Jamaica, ‘peas’ is used to describe red kidney beans.
All kids love pancakes so Sam Scargill from St Josephs Catholic Primary School invented this scrumptious dessert. A great recipe to make with kids.
These cakes are an absolute classic, and a must for any trainee cook.
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.
This sweet treat is fun for kids to make and tastes gorgeous.
Drizzle melted chocolate over the cake and carefully arranging raspberries and pink marshmallows on top.
If you like peanut butter and jam sandwiches, you will love these slightly crumbly cookies.
If you have ever eaten banoffee pie you will know that bananas and toffee are delicious together.
A fruity way to start your day, with this easy smoothie recipe you just throw juice and your choice of frozen fruits into the blender.
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