Served warm or cold, this tasty and filling salad is sure to be popular in your house.
Wholesome and filling porridge that takes inspiration from Anzac biscuits - made with oats, coconut, and golden syrup.
There are lots of ways you can make good choices about the snacks you and your family eat. These tips will help you swap for snacks that are just as tasty but better for you.
Need inspiration for school lunch boxes? It’s not fun rushing around in the morning trying to find food kids will eat.
Leftovers from dinner are the perfect, easy lunch - saving you money and time. Dinner leftovers often taste better the next day too!
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.
A great winter lunch or evening meal idea, this quick and easy chowder can be whipped up in under half an hour! Kids will love the sweet corn flavour too.
If you have a bit more time on weekend mornings, why not make something delicious for brunch? It’s a sure way to get the whole whanau out of bed!
To encourage kids to eat more fruit and vegetables, try cutting them into interesting shapes or easy-to-hold pieces. Sometimes children like raw vegetables more than cooked ones so give raw carrot or broccoli a go.
A tasty lunch or quick evening meal - and it's so easy to make. This soup freezes well, so make extra and freeze for a fast, easy meal another day.
Perfect for a tasty summer meal or picnic. This quiche can be eaten hot or cold.
Use your favourite herbs (fresh or dried) to add extra flavour to recipes. Finely grated lemon skin (zest) also adds a nice tang to vegetables or meat.