Pasta is fairly easy to get kids to eat but when something different to their regular tomato-based version comes along, they get judgy and suspicious. Here’s how talk about this spaghetti is likely to go down: Child: I don’t want to eat the green stuff You: OK Child: But there’s green stuff all through it […]

Technically, this isn’t a bolognese because there’s no meat but trickery is an underrated tool when it comes to getting kids to eat, so in our families, we label it ‘bolognese’. It’s made with mainly pantry ingredients and requires very little preparation. In order to get the onion, carrot, and celery in deceptively small pieces […]

We aim to always have a stash of hard boiled eggs in the fridge. They make a nutritious snack on their own or can be thrown into other dishes, like this midweek-friendly kedgeree. Look, we’re not claiming it’s traditional (Jamie Oliver learned the hard way) but the basics are there – rice, smoked fish, spices, […]

White Bean & Vegetable Shakshuka

This one-pan dish of beans, vegetables and eggs makes a tasty and nutritious breakfast, lunch or dinner. We’ve used cannellini beans but you could use butter beans or kidney beans. Beans/legumes help to support your gut health, pack an awesome vegetable protein punch and are super cheap. Try throwing in whatever vegetables you have on […]