Cooking with Kids
Vegetarian Haggis, Neeps and TattiesHome-made Ice creamTomato and Basil Freezable HummusThis makes a large batch that can be divided and frozen into smaller portions for whenever needed.Chocolate CheesecakeServes 12BASIC TOMATO SAUCEOnce you make this simple recipe you will never go back to jarred sauce. It is so easy, quick and cheap to make and can be used for a multitude of dishes, from pizza toppings to lasagne.Easy Snack BoxesThese boxes are great to help you save time and money and be more organised when it comes to kids' snacks.
All you need:
2 plastic boxes
Small sealable zipper bags
Label box 1: Healthy - take 2
Label box 2: Treat - take 1
Freezable sandwiches‘YES’ you can freeze sandwiches… These are great for made in advance packed lunches, simply take out of freezer in morning and by lunchtime your sandwich will be perfect and still nicely chilled.
Balmoral PieHealthy SundaesHomemade Pizza No Cook BagThis is one of my cheats as I use a ready to roll pizza dough, however like many of my batch cook dishes, it’s mainly homemade and certainly better than buying a supermarket pizza. The kids have great fun adding the toppings and I know exactly how much cheese goes into it and what the tomato base is made of.
Use small sealable freezer bags for these pizza raw bags. Simply put all the toppings you want in the bag rather than tell you what you like on your pizza simply add any topping you like, I use…..
Spaghetti BologneseFreezable Filled Potato SkinsMade in advance Haggis, Neeps and TattiesThis is a great dish to make in minutes, layer up and put in the freezer. Knowing you have a full one pot meal ready to go at a moment’s notice.Easy Fridge PastaThis isn’t really a recipe rather a top tip, all you need is…Bacon and Chorizo Pasta BagsThis recipe makes the main sauce for this pasta dish, it is simply frozen and kept until you are ready to eat poured over Pasta.Freezable soft tacosCheats Birthday Cake5 Minute Cup CakeEasy 5 minutes BrowniesBrides ChickenThis recipe has been about for years; there are lots of different versions of it. A great friend Sarah-Jane made it for me once and I now make it every few weeks. It’s called brides chicken as it was often given to new brides by their mothers as an easy dish to make for new husbands. This is a great one to feed the whole family, it’s best described as a warm Coronation Chicken.