Summer Fruit and Yogurt Ice Pops

The weather may not be scorching, but these kid-friendly ice pops will still go down a treat in your house this summer.

Crisp Sandwich

Keogh’s Farm has teamed up with award-winning caterers Naomi’s Kitchen to create a range of perfect picnic sandwiches.The iconic crisp sandwich is a firm favourite! A combination of Irish brie, red onion jam for sweetness and crisps all on some wholesome brown granary bread. Sure, it doesn't get much better than that! For more information and recipes visit www.naomiskitchen.ie. or www.keoghs.ie.

Peanut Butter and Jam Bars

This is a great one to make with children. It's a "one bowl wonder" and is tasty, simple and easy to pull together. My kids love it!

Mac & Cheese Muffins

These macaroni and cheese muffins are a delicious finger food for your baby to enjoy or a great addition to a child's lunch box.

Pink Lemonade

The summer holidays are here so get the kids into the kitchen and whip up a batch of this delicious pink lemonade! Brilliant fun and a great way to introduce rhubarb to them!

Homemade Fish Fingers and Sweet Potato Fries

Homemade fish fingers are absolutely delicious! By getting the kids involved in the cooking process they are more likely to accept the fish. Sweet potato fries are also a great healthy alternative to normal chips!

Special Fried Rice with Vegetables

From: Home for Christmas

A quick, nutritious and vegetarian meal for kids and adults alike.

Very Berry Yoghurt Pops

We are ready for summer with these Very Berry Yoghurt Pops! Both nutritious and delicious, why not whip some up for the kids?

Zoodles (Zucchini Noodles)

Zucchini noodles are also known as courgette pasta and are a great way of getting some extra vegetables into the kids meals. Plus they're great fun to make so why not get the kids to help you and get spiralizing!

Ham, Cheese and Egg Crêpes with Griddled Asparagus

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

This is a perfect tea for lots of hungry children, but it would also be a good weekend late breakfast, depending on your mood. It’s the classic way that many crêpe stallholders cook crêpes to order late at night around the major tourist attractions in Paris. They are always very popular, often with long queues, and once you’ve tasted them it’s easy to understand why.




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