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Puddings, Snacks & Treats


 


Fruity Frozen Yoghurt Bark

Fruity Frozen Yoghurt Bark

Great fun to make with the kids, this no-cook pud is a fab alternative if you’re looking for a chocolate-free treat. Break some up in a bowl and top with an extra drizzle of honey, maple syrup, fruit coulis or chia jam – delicious! You can mix and match the fruit, so...
Orange Choccy Christmas Puds

Orange Choccy Christmas Puds

These little balls of Christmas fun are so quick and easy to make, not to mention totally delicious. They are perfect to serve at a Christmas party or at the end of Christmas lunch. You can get the kids involved in making them too! Kids love getting stuck in with...
Figgy Father Christmases

Figgy Father Christmases

How adorable are these little guys?! No baking involved and they’re to make great fun for the kids to get their hands stuck in. These are the perfect sweet treat for Christmas fairs or to enjoy when kids come over. I’ve also made an apricot based option which is just...
Fruity Rainbow Jellies

Fruity Rainbow Jellies

Kids love jelly but most shop-bought jelly is full of icky things like colourings and artificial sugars. These natural rainbow jellies provide a good way of getting gelatine into your kids, which is a good source of the amino acid glycine, particularly useful for immunity and keeping inflammation at bay.

Blackberry Seedy Flapjacks

Blackberry Seedy Flapjacks

Deliciously gooey, seedy flapjacks with a luscious layer of blackberry compote running through the middle. These are perfect to pop in lunchboxes or as an after-school snack plus they freeze beautifully. So why not make up a batch ready for the week ahead? Here are...