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Our favourite lunch time recipes which our kids go crazy for

Now that we’re spending a lot more time at home, each afternoon we’re faced with the same problem again and again — what to have for lunch today?

If you're finding it hard to come up with meals that you and your kids will all love then you're not alone. That's why we've pulled together some of our favourite recipes to whip up whenever we're in a lunch rut.

Each of these scrumptious recipes are equal in satisfaction and level of ease. So, no matter your culinary skills, you'll never be at a loss come midday again!

Golden Tuna and Vegetable Pastry Pockets

Pastry is an excellent way to conceal some of nature’s finer ingredients: vegetables. In this recipe, we are packing this pocket with plenty along with a good dose of protein.

Kale, Caramelised Onion & Cheese Toastie

A really simple way to include hearty, healthy kale in your child's sandwich.

Lentil and Tomato Soup

Nothing will warm you up more on these dreary winter days than a hearty bowl of soup.

Breakfast Quesadillas

Not only is this delicious dish super simple to put together, but it’s actually really good for you too, and low in calories.

No-Bake Peanut Butter Squares

Everyone needs a little bit of something sweet to finish their lunch off with every once in a while, right?

Spinach, Mushroom Mac and Cheese

We absolutely adore this American classic with a veggie twist.

Pea and Prawn Risotto

The perfect lunchtime meal which the whole family is sure to enjoy.

Cauliflower and Cheese Bites

Perfect for snacking on-the-go, and a great addition to dinner or even as a finger food, these little bites are great for all occasions.

Mini Pizza Pies

Food in small portions appeal to small tummies and these little pizzas are a triumph.

Salmon and Cucumber ‘Sushi’ Sandwiches

These tasty mini sandwiches are loaded with protein, as well as Omega 3 which is the main fatty oil essential in brain development. Not to mention they’re fun to make and fun to eat!




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