• traffic light jellies

    No kids party is complete without jelly and ice cream. These traffic light jellies from Netmums are great for kids of all ages, myself included.

  • spam fritters

    SPAM History Let’s go back in time to World War II. Fish was unavailable so we Brits made SPAM fritters instead for our weekly deep fry with chips. SPAM is canned pork luncheon meat made in the USA by Hormel, introduced in 1937. It became popular during WW II because of the difficulty in getting

  • fish fingers

    Make your own tasty homemade fish fingers, so much better than shop-bought. Launched in 1955 the first fish finger in Britain was a resounding success. More than 60 years later the frozen brick of fish is just as popular.

  • easy cheesy sausage pasta

    Providing you can get hold of pasta in this time of lockdown, this easy cheesy sausage pasta is a quick and simple one-pot midweek meal.

  • dad cookies

    Making these cute letter Fathers Day cookies is a great way for kids to show much they love their dad (or Grandad!)

  • Bean and sausage bake

    Sausage and beans has to be every kid’s favourite meal. This healthier bean and sausage bake recipe from Sainsbury’s, includes baby spinach, red peppers and cherry tomatoes

  • nut brittle

    This golden nutty brittle from Sainsbury’s magazine is so easy to make and goes down really well with a nice cup of coffee.

  • lunch box sandwich wheels

    A fun alternative for the kids lunchboxes or on a picnic.

  • toffee apples

    A good old fashioned treat for kids, no matter how old!

  • hot cross pudding

    An Easter treat for the family, and a good way to use up those left over buns with this hot cross pudding recipe idea from Sainsburys.