Kid Friendly

Recipes for kids, including lunchbox ideas to treats and fussy-friendly dinners. These kid-friendly recipes are here to make filling little tums a breeze.

Butter chicken

Butter chicken

This easy butter chicken dish is sure to become a family favourite in no time. Serve with steamed white rice or naan bread for a filling dinner.

Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 18, 2018

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  • classic macaroni cheese

    Classic macaroni cheese

    Macaroni cheese is the iconic soul-warming comfort food. Made with a proper bechamel sauce and topped with a scattering of crispy breadcrumbs, this version has all the tender, crunch, and cheesiness you could want.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 17, 2018

  • sausage roll halloween zombie fingers

    Halloween sausage roll zombie fingers

    Your little ones will love snacking on these eery-looking zombie fingers this Halloween. Complete with a pointing almond 'finger nail' and tomato 'blood' dipping sauce, these fun snacks taste just like the sausage rolls you know and love.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 01, 2018

  • roasted rhubarb custard tart

    Roasted rhubarb custard tart

    The rich redness of the rhubarb manages to make this dish look both striking and sophisticated. Few will be able to resist the charms of the deliciously tart topping hiding a rich creamy custard filling.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 16, 2018

  • Chocolate hazelnut slice

    Chocolate hazelnut slice

    A shot of Grand Marnier in the topping gives this chocolate hazelnut slice a slug of citrusy zing. You can use orange juice instead if you're making it for all the family.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 16, 2018


    Passionfruit cream biscuits

    Store bought biscuits these days are pretty good in terms of quality, but nothing says 'I love you' like a homemade biscuit. These passionfruit cream versions just melt in the mouth.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 16, 2018

  • Ginger cake with caramel icing

    Ginger cake with caramel icing

    Cinnamon and nutmeg add a hint of warmth to this divine ginger cake, while the caramel icing highlights its spiced undertones.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 05, 2018

  • watermelon cake

    Watermelon cake

    This impressive watermelon cake is a fun addition to kids' parties and a healthy alternative to a classic chocolate cake.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 09, 2018

  • muesli bars

    Nut-free snacks for kids' lunchboxes

    Keep the little ones happy with a lunchbox filled with healthy, nut-free snacks to fuel their day. From savoury slices to nutrition-packed muesli bars and some cheeky sweet treats, you're sure to find a school-friendly snack kids will love.

    Now to love|Dec 22, 2017

  • snowflake pretzel pops

    Pretzel pops

    Get the kids involved in the kitchen this Christmas break with our festive white chocolate and pretzel snowflakes. They'll love to decorate them almost as much as they'll love devouring them!

    Woman's Day|Dec 14, 2017

  • edible sleigh

    Edible sleighs

    The little ones will love decorating these festive treats just as much as they'll adore devouring them.

    Woman's Day|Dec 13, 2017

  • chocolate chia bliss balls

    Chocolate, chia and sunflower seed bliss balls

    These tasty bliss balls get their sweetness from all-natural sources. Think figs, dates and a sprinkle of cocoa powder. With just a hint of zesty orange, they're the perfect guilt-free snack for lunchboxes.

    Woman's Day|Oct 31, 2017