• Pesto cheese straw Christmas tree

    Pesto cheese straw Christmas tree

    Create this tear-and-share pastry tree for a festive family get-together. It’s a lovely, playful idea for Boxing Day – and kids will love taking it apart!

  • Super-easy salmon fishcakes

    Super-easy salmon fishcakes

    Nadiya’s recipe is a great way to introduce more fish into your kids’ diet, as well as being incredibly easy to make. It uses garam masala for light spice and a mix of herbs for freshness

  • Coronation hummus

    Coronation hummus

    Combine two picnic favourites in this dip, with creamy coronation and hummus. Top with pomegranate seeds and enjoy with pittas and veg crudités for dunking

  • Chickpea fritters

    Chickpea fritters

    Make a batch of these chickpea fritters for your little ones. Full of healthy goodness, they’re also freezable so are ideal for making ahead

  • Pea & mint soup with wand dippers

    Pea & mint soup with wand dippers

    Celebrate World Book Day and get inspired by children’s book The Worst Witch, with warming bowls of pea and mint soup served with cheesy ‘wand’ dippers

  • Deck-of-card dodgers

    Deck-of-card dodgers

    Make these fabulous deck-of-card jammy dodgers for a kids party. Inspired by the book Alice in Wonderland, they’re also perfect for celebrating World Book Day

  • Sticky mango-roasted salmon

    Sticky mango-roasted salmon

    Encourage young cooks to make our sticky salmon traybake. The recipe is specially created for children to follow, and includes the equipment needed, too

  • Pear & chocolate flapjacks

    Pear & chocolate flapjacks

    Have an aspiring chef in the family? This recipe is written especially for kids and they will love making – and eating – these pear and chocolate flapjacks

  • Popcorn chicken platter

    Popcorn chicken platter

    Make this savoury sharing platter for a movie night in with the kids – even the smallest hands will be able to enjoy this finger food

  • Baked veggie korma

    Baked veggie korma

    Get the kids to help make this vegetarian take on a korma. With a clear list of ingredients and step-by-step method, the recipe is ideal for children aged seven to 11 who are learning to cook