Whose joining us on Weds 6 May to cook with their kids. This week at 2.30pm we're adapting one of my favourite breakfast muffins to 'lock down' so you can use whatever staples you have in the cupboard. These are really fail proof so go for it. You can even add grated carrot, courgette or pumpkin! 

Makes about 20 cookies 

It’s time for another cooking with Kids Recipe and today we’re making these super simple and really versatile vegan muffins. I call these Olivia’s chocolate chip muffins as my teenager loves to make a batch. The only problem is they don’t last long, at least not in our house, though they do freeze really well!

 

Whose joining us cooking with their kids. I’m so excited that so many parents are learning to cook healthy, wholesome dishes with kitchen cupboard staples while in this current situation. I know it’s a devastating situation for so many but one of the positive things that is coming out of this whole episode is that people are turning back to wholefoods as a nutritional source and away from processed ready meals. My mission of changing the health habits of a generation one family at a time is alive and well!

We’re in week 3 of our cooking with Kids classes and this week we bring you two super simple dishes you can create in an instant. Nutritious, filling, inexpensive dishes that the kids will enjoy making with you and versatile enough to make again and again in the weeks to come.

Get the kids to put their aprons on at 5pm this Friday 10th April and help make tea. Joinus on the free app Zoom using ID 700 755 025 or on our team FaceBook page - Rise with us. 

Tuna Fishcakes

When you’re home alone with the kids and need food that’s nutritious, filling, cheap and easy to prepare this is it. Get the kids to put on their aprns at 5pm this Friday 3rd April and help make tea.

This great ‘baked bean’ dish is so versatile. Don’t have butter beans? Use any other tinned or dried beans, which you’ve pre-cooked, or chickpeas. You could even try it with lentils.

Add any greens you have wilting at the bottom of the fridge, spring greens, spinach, kale, sprouts.

This is one of my family's all time favourites. So much so that when the Covoid-19 Virus struck and we wanted to help mums, who weren't used to having the kids at home all week and even less used to cooking healthy meals on a budget, to cope with what life was throwing at them, it was the recipe we reached for. On Thursday 26th March we start the first of our healthy cookery classes for parents and kids.

Join our Kids Cookery Class - coconut oat cookies

Whose joining us on Weds 6 May to cook with their kids. This week at 2.30pm we're adapting one of my favourite breakfast muffins to 'lock down' so you can use whatever staples you have in the cupboard. These are really fail proof so go for it. You can even add grated carrot, courgette or pumpkin! Makes about 20 cookies Ingredients 2oog gluten free rolled oats 100g unsweetened desiccated coconut 1 ...

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Join our Kids Cookery Class - Vegan chocolate chip muffins

It’s time for another cooking with Kids Recipe and today we’re making these super simple and really versatile vegan muffins. I call these Olivia’s chocolate chip muffins as my teenager loves to make a batch. The only problem is they don’t last long, at least not in our house, though they do freeze really well! Ingredients You’ll need 120g oat flour ( I use oats that I just blitz in the ...

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Join our Kids Cookery Class - Turkey Burgers with tomato sauce and courgetti or pasta

Whose joining us cooking with their kids. I’m so excited that so many parents are learning to cook healthy, wholesome dishes with kitchen cupboard staples while in this current situation. I know it’s a devastating situation for so many but one of the positive things that is coming out of this whole episode is that people are turning back to wholefoods as a nutritional source and away from ...

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Join our Cookery Class for Kids – Tuna Fishcakes and Vegetarian Falafel Burgers

We’re in week 3 of our cooking with Kids classes and this week we bring you two super simple dishes you can create in an instant. Nutritious, filling, inexpensive dishes that the kids will enjoy making with you and versatile enough to make again and again in the weeks to come. Get the kids to put their aprons on at 5pm this Friday 10th April and help make tea. Joinus on the free app Zoom using ID ...

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Join our Cookery Class for Kids – Baked Beans with a Twist

When you’re home alone with the kids and need food that’s nutritious, filling, cheap and easy to prepare this is it. Get the kids to put on their aprns at 5pm this Friday 3rd April and help make tea. This great ‘baked bean’ dish is so versatile. Don’t have butter beans? Use any other tinned or dried beans, which you’ve pre-cooked, or chickpeas. You could even try it with lentils. Add any greens ...

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Join our cookery class - Black and Kidney Bean chilli

This is one of my family's all time favourites. So much so that when the Covoid-19 Virus struck and we wanted to help mums, who weren't used to having the kids at home all week and even less used to cooking healthy meals on a budget, to cope with what life was throwing at them, it was the recipe we reached for. On Thursday 26th March we start the first of our healthy cookery classes for parents ...

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