Posted by Claire Winlow in the early days of KidRecipes.com.au, these chicken balls are a delicious addition to any lunch!
These tasty chicken balls are so yummy, you will have to keep Dad away or he'll snaffle any extras. I made these for my three year old who gobbled them up. My one year old was also taking an interest and managed to eat two of them as a post dinner snack.
These muffins, posted by Barbara, are perfect for a lunch time picnic.
Spring is in the air and if you enjoy cooking from the garden, these little bundles of fun are made with wholesome ingredients and seasonal vegetables. I always use wholemeal flour when making muffins to give them a nutty, rich flavor. Whilst zucchini brings freshness and colour to the dish, the leek creates a subtle onion flavour. If you don’t have leek try substituting with spring onions or fresh chives. If your kids don't like vegetables and usually go for the common staples like ham and cheese, they won't even know that there is also zucchini and leek in these muffins because the flavours are so subtle.
A Charlotte Jain creation, wholemeal apple pikelets are a great way to sneak additional fruit into tasty treats for the little ones.
Wholemeal apple pikelets are a great lunchbox treat. This twist on a standard pikelet recipe places the tasty apple flavours within the pikelet itself, so they can be eaten entirely on their own or with additional flavours added on top. Apple pikelets are also an extremely versatile goodie - eat them hot off the pan for breakfast or lunch, pair them with some icecream for dessert, or pack them in a snap lock bag and take them to school or on a picnic!