Tasty and filling. A great way to kick-start your day. Make the night before for an on-the-go breakfast the next day. Or make a batch in the weekend and freeze for breakfasts and lunches during the week.
This colourful salad will brighten up any dinner plate. Kids will love the sweet combination of orange, carrot and sultanas.
Mince is a versatile family meal. You can make many different tasty meals the whānau will love by simply changing the way you serve it!
Slow cookers are an easy way to feed your family. Fill it up in the morning and come home to a delicious hot meal, ready to eat.
Snacks don't need to come in packets. The best snacks are the ones you prepare yourself. Snacks made at home can be tasty, low-cost, healthy and easy to prepare. Check out these ideas.
Make a little bit of chicken go further. This is a great meal to get ready in the morning or the night before - keep in the fridge until you are ready, then put in the oven when you are ready to go.
This super-easy pasta bake makes a great weekday family meal.
Don’t miss out on getting the best start to your day. Breakfast is important for the whole whānau.
If you have trouble cutting pumpkin, try cooking it in the microwave for three minutes. This will soften it enough to easily remove the skin and make it much easier to chop up.
A tasty lunch or quick evening meal. This soup can also be made in the slow cooker.
This variation to porridge will help you fuel winter sport and exercise. Give yourself a real head-start with this super-easy and tasty breakfast.
Eating healthy doesn't have to cost a lot. There are many foods really good for you and your family to eat, such as rice, pasta, oats and wheat biscuits, that are good value for money. Buying fresh fruits and vegetables at your local market is another way to feed your family well and save money.