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Superhero food: vege delight muffins

This recipe is one of my favourites – so much goodness hidden in one little package! They’re exceptionally good warm with a dab of butter, but make great lunchbox fillers as well.  Ingredients: ¾ cup shredded zucchini ½ cup shredded carrots ¼ …

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Brilliant breakfast

My children are loving the oaty breakfast I create for them in 5 minutes each night. They literally wake and head straight for the fridge to fill up on this healthy simple creation.  If you get into the habit of doing this each evening then you will …

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Rhubarb breakfast bar

Rhubarb breakfast barA great recipe to give to the kids as an alternative to breakfast - it has wonderful texture and is an easy way to get more fruit into the diet. Rhubarb has a sweet but tangy flavour but you may choose to use berries as an …

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Superhero food: healthy pancakes

You can add blueberries to this pancake batter, or have a selection of fruit for the kiddos to put on top, such as stewed apple, banana and strawberries. Unsweetened yoghurt with a dollop of honey is also a yummy option.  Ingredients: ¾ cup …

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Superhero smoothie

Little compares with the satisfaction of watching your child knocking back a nutrient-packed snack. Here’s another tried-and-true recipe which manages to mingle multiple superfoods into a kid-friendly drink. Combine:• Juice of 1 carrot• ½ cup …

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Superfoods for future Superheroes

OHbaby! nutritionist Hannah Gentile gives us the lowdown on her favourite superfoods and shares some fresh ideas for integrating them into kids’ everyday diets.   Poor diet variation and under-nutrition are two very common issues with under-fives. …

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Chocolate chip muffins

Ingredients2 cups gluten-free flour (check the flour does not contain soy or nuts. You can also mix your own using ¾ cup brown rice flour, ½ cup white rice flour, ¼ cup tapioca flour, and ½ cup potato starch). 1 tsp gluten-free baking powder ½ tsp …

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Pasta: mac 'n' cheese style

Serves 4No gluten, dairy, soy, egg or nuts 1 cup butternut squash, peeled and diced1 Tbsp oil (rice bran, olive or coconut)1 pack gluten-free pasta of choice (check it contains no dairy, soy, egg or nuts)1 tsp Dijon or wholegrain mustard¾ cup …

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Tangy apricot and cashew treats

Anna Hansen’s Tangy Apricot and Cashew Treats. Great for the lunchbox or for eating on the run! While unsuitable for those with nut allergies, they’re sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free. 🍑 Ingredients:1 cup raw unsalted almonds1 cup raw …

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