This can either be made as one big family meal, or cooked in ramekins to make individual children’s portions. The chicken mix can also be put in a food processor to puree before placing in ramekins, making it suitable for younger children.
To go with the active lifestyle of a school aged child, we as childcares need to ensure they are eating a varied and balanced diet to encourage growth and development. Ensure they get plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables – this can of course be balanced out with the odd biscuit!
On this page, I will provide a variety of recipes that are healthy and nutritious, as well as being easy for parents and nannies to batch cook – this enables you to feed the whole family, save the left overs for the next day, or freeze them for that busy day where you have 5 minutes between after school clubs!
What child doesn’t love cheese? This meal is a great source of protein, energy and calcium for your little ones.
An easy, one pot dish to suit the whole family. You can swap the beef for chicken, turkey or pork.
These are wheat free, and you can get the children to help make them.
Delicious, healthy and colourful. Be creative with the vegetables – mix and match depending on what the children like!