A tasty after-school snack or lunch. Use any combination of your favourite fillings. We have shared our favourites, but get creative and invent your own!
A delicious fruit and yoghurt dessert with a tasty marshmallow twist.
Many people are unsure about legumes; how long to soak them for or how to cook them. Legumes are part of the vegetable family and include lentils, chickpeas, dried peas and beans. However, canned legumes are super easy and tasty because all the hard work is done for you. They are ready to use straight from the can and cheap to buy.
If you’re struggling to get your children to eat breakfast, lead the way by eating breakfast yourself. Kids do what you do so if they see that you’re having breakfast, it will inspire them to tuck in too.
Low-cost breakfast cereals are the best for your family. Choose wheat biscuits, puffed rice or rolled oats. These are low in sugar and full of goodness.
Make an egg-in-a-cup in the time it takes to cook your toast! A quick breakfast sandwich to fuel school, sport and play.
A quick and tasty snack. This recipe makes six mini pancakes.
Soup is an easy way to fill up and warm up your family. They're also great for getting everyone to eat their veges!
A 350ml bottle of fruit juice contains 10 teaspoons of sugar. That's the same amount of sugar as 25 jelly beans. Make water your drink of choice.
These mini meat loaves are great for the lunch box. Easy to eat on their own or put inside a bread roll - a nice change from sandwiches.
A family favourite. Use any fresh, canned or stewed fruit you have on hand.
In recipes where tomato is cooked, use tinned tomatoes instead – cheaper and easier!