Mini Carrot Banana Bread
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by Ciara Attwell
3w ago
Mini individual carrot cake banana breads, perfect to pop into kids’ packed lunches or a tasty afternoon snack at home THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS If you are a regular to my website you know I’ve been making lots of these Mini Banana Breads recently. I have a Mini Chocolate Chip Banana Bread recipes and a Mini Chocolate Courgette Banana Bread version too. I’ve had such amazing feedback on these recipes but several of you have mentioned that your child’s school has a zero chocolate policy for lunchboxes. No problem… here’s a completely chocolate free version that kids can bring to ..read more
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Airfryer Ham & Cheese Toastie
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Copycat Costa Ham & Cheese Toasties made at home in less than 10 minutes. Brilliant for a quick and easy lunch for the kids! My kids have discovered the hot Ham & Cheese Toasties that they sell in Costa. They’re great for a speedy lunch when you’re out and about but they’re now asking for them constantly! So I’ve made my own recreation at home and I honestly think they’re just as good! The secret to making these extra cheesy and creamy is to add a layer of cheese spread in the toastie and also on top too. I start off by adding some cheese spread to a slice of bread with a little Am ..read more
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Mini Chocolate Courgette Banana Bread
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by Ciara Attwell
1M ago
Mini Chocolate Banana Breads with hidden veggies. Perfect for a quick homemade snack for kids! THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS I’m still on a mission to keep making as many Homemade Snacks For Kids as I can, filling the fridge and freezer with lots of options so we can reduce shop bought snacks a little. A couple of weeks ago I make some Mini Chocolate Chip Banana Breads. They were super popular so today I’ve made a slightly different version with more chocolate and also some hidden veg in the form of grated courgette. The first step is to add mashed banana, egg, milk, butter and hone ..read more
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Airfyer Pizza Toastie
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by Ciara Attwell
2M ago
Such a quick and easy lunch idea for kids at home. A pizza toastie made in the airfryer! I’m always looking for new quick and easy Lunch Ideas for Kids. Simple recipes I can whip up that are a bit more exciting than a ham or cheese sandwich. I saw a similar recipe on Instagram and wanted to try my own version and wow… so glad I did because it was delicious! Start by spreading passata on a slice of cheese and then top with grated cheddar cheese and oregano. Place the other slice of bread on top and repeat with the passata, grated cheese and oregano. Cut a mini pepperami into small slices a ..read more
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Hidden Veg Katsu Curry Sauce
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by Ciara Attwell
2M ago
A kid-friendly Katsu Curry Sauce packed with hidden vegetables. Brilliant for getting some added nutrition into your fussy eaters! My daughter has really been getting into curries and more spicy food lately. It’s a brilliant step forward after years of rejecting them so I’m leaning into it as much as possible. You know I’m a big fan of Hidden Veggie Recipes so I thought I would combine the two and make a Hidden Veg Katsu Sauce. This recipe has four vegetables blended into the katsu sauce. Cauliflower, courgette, carrots and red peppers. I did try out adding more veggies but I wanted to kee ..read more
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Chocolate Brownie Oat Breakfast Bars
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by Ciara Attwell
2M ago
Brownies for breakfast? Yes please! These Chocolate Brownie Oat Bars taste like a real treat but are packed with healthy oats, perfect for a delicious breakfast the whole family will love. I’ve been obsessed with Breakfast Oat Bars the past few months. Having something ready made and in fridge that I can just heat up and give the kids in the morning is so handy. And these Chocolate Brownie Oat Breakfast Bars are possibly my best yet. Believe me when I say I’ve been eating them for three days straight! To start add a mashed banana, one egg, honey, vanilla extract and milk to a large bowl an ..read more
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Leftover Bolognese Muffins
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by Ciara Attwell
3M ago
Turn leftover bolognese sauce into delicious savoury muffins, perfect to pop into school lunchboxes for kids If you’re ever left with a single portion of bolognese leftover then you need to try these muffins. They’re really easy to make and everything is mixed together in one bowl. It’s always nice when there’s minimal washing up involved! You can you use kind of leftover bolognese for this recipe. This is my classic Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe that I’ve been making for years and the kids love. But use whatever recipe you and your family like. These muffins will also work with a veggie bolog ..read more
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Airfryer Creamy Hidden Veg Pasta Sauce
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by Ciara Attwell
3M ago
A delicious creamy pasta recipe with three hidden veggies blended into the sauce THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS You know I love a good Hidden Veg Recipe and let’s be honest an Airfryer Recipe too! So I thought I would combine the two and make a hidden veg pasta sauce with the veggies roasted in the airfryer. The sauce is wonderful and creamy, perfect for kids who like macaroni cheese and other pasta dishes like that. The first step is to add the veg to a dish and drizzle with some olive oil. Airfryer at 190c for 15 minutes. You can also place the veggies directly into the Airfryer if ..read more
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Leftover Cereal Bars
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by Ciara Attwell
3M ago
Delicious snack bars made with just four simple ingredients. A great way to use up any leftover cereal that your kids no longer eat! THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS If your kids are anything like mine they will beg me to buy a certain cereal, eat half the pack and then never touch it again. They’re also terrible for only eating half the options in those mini multipacks of cereal. It drives me mad having so many half eaten boxes of cereal in my kitchen so I decided to use some of it up to make these tasty Chocolate Cereal Bars. The perfect snacks for kids! Start off by melting peanut bu ..read more
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How To Cook An Egg in the Airfryer
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by Ciara Attwell
3M ago
Cook a soft boiled jammy egg in the Airfryer in just 7 minutes. The perfect egg every time! THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS Airfryers are everywhere at the moment and for a good reason. They are such a quick, easy and low cost way to cook so many foods. And so simple to use too. I have cooked so many things in mine since I got it about 18 months ago. From part baked bread rolls to soup, cake and toasties. Eggs in the airfryer are understandably one food which people can be hesitant to try. Get it wrong and you either have a horribly undercooked egg or it’s completely overcooked and rub ..read more
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