• Peach melba pop pies

    Peach melba pop pies

    These easy peasy pies are stuffed with flavour and are great fun for little fingers to decorate

  • Tropical granola lollies

    Tropical granola lollies

    Simple fruity lollies that count as one of your five-a-day, topped with rich dark chocolate and crunchy cereal for a moreish frozen treat

  • Sunshine lollies

    Sunshine lollies

    A combination of orange, satsuma and carrot make these refreshing lollies a low-calorie treat. They're also vegan, gluten-free and sure to be a hit with kids!

  • Simple nutty pancakes

    Simple nutty pancakes

    Stephen Mangan's easy breakfast pancakes are great for getting kids into cooking, and they're healthier with the addition of agave syrup rather than sugar,  and chopped mixed nuts

  • Mixed fruit tart

    Mixed fruit tart

    This tasty tart is a great introduction to pastry and gives budding young chefs a chance to flex their creative muscles as they decorate with vanilla mascarpone and a variety of berries

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  • Chocolate & hazelnut thumbprint cookies

    Chocolate & hazelnut thumbprint cookies

    The food processor does most of the work in this cookie recipe, but younger children will enjoy rolling the dough into balls and thumbprinting. Older kids can make them on their own

  • Fruity ice-lolly pens

    Fruity ice-lolly pens

    Dip these fruity ice lollies in natural food colouring then encourage kids to start scribbling

  • Chocolate jungle jam jar

    Chocolate jungle jam jar

    The base of these pots is a squidgy chocolate pudding. Add a layer of wild coconut grass, jelly snakes and chocolate trees for an edible jungle

  • Chicken satay

    Chicken satay

    Food editor Barney begins his cooking with kids series- first off, Barney and his daugher Maisie make chicken skewers with peanut sauce