Crinkle cookies are everything you could want in a holiday cookie – They’re deliciously fudgey and chocolatey on the inside, a little sweet and crispy on the outside, as well as festive and pretty!
This recipe uses an ice cream machine to make the most delicious fruity berry ice cream. It’s the perfect dessert for a summer bbq and a great way of getting kids busy in the kitchen.
Blondies are a great alternative to the richness of chocolate blondies. The sharpness of raspberries cut through the sweetness of the white chocolate of these raspberry blondies perfectly.
Homemade fish fingers are delicious and easy – a great meal for kids to make. Simply coat the fish in flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs before baking in the oven.
This Easter fudge recipe is divine – soft, chocolatey fudge topped with cream eggs and mini eggs, it really does make the perfect Easter indulgence.
Slow cooker or crockpot fudge, with 4 ingredients, is so easy to make. Simply melt chocolate, condensed milk, butter and vanilla extract in your slow cooker for a few hours, stirring every 15 minutes, then leave to set. Yum
Fruit scones are one of the easiest things you can make with your kids and with very little sugar, are a healthier alternative to some other snacks.
Get your kids to help make your own chicken schnitzel by coating chicken breasts in flour, eggs and breadcrumbs. It’s a great, simple dinner for all the family.
A delicious dish of creamy lemon chicken. It’s a great family dinner and has enough steps in it for kids to help with and get busy in the kitchen.
Rocky road is one of the easiest things you can make with your kids. You can add anything you want to this no-bake treat to make it just as you like it.