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Healthy Kids Recipes, here you will find some healthy snack recipes for kids. It is really important that we create and cook healthy recipes for kids.

Our children thrive on good food and it is the sugary snacks that cause problems. When we choose to give our children good snacks we keep their blood sugars stable which helps to avoid the highs that come after giving sweets or drinks with e numbers in them.




What better way to spend family time than cooking together.

Do you find it hard to prepare healthy kids recipes. Sometimes we think it takes too long to cook healthy recipes It is especially hard to focus on healthy meals at the end of a long hard day.

Did you know though that it is just as quick to cook an easy pasta dish as it is to put chicken nuggets and chips in the oven. Don't get me wrong here. We do eat chicken nuggets and chips but try to limit it to once a week.

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Healthy Kids Recipes

One of our favorite healthy kids recipes is a pasta dish.

All you need are: 400g spaghetti either fresh or dried. Add a squash, 2oz butter, garlic, salt, pepper, a little curry powder and around 6 oz grated hard cheese.

  • Boil the spaghetti, takes around 20 minutes for wholemeal.
  • Meanwhile peel and chop the squash discarding the seeds.
  • Fry squash in butter and garlic granules or 1 garlic clove.
  • Then pour in boiling water until half covered.
  • Boil until soft 15 minutes.
  • Mash squash then add grated cheese, return to low heat until cheese melts.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Place on cooked spaghetti and serve.

All our kids love this and it is quite quick to do, half an hour in all.


  • Roasted vegetable soup is another of our favorites and very easy.
  • All you do is cut up similar sized veg, you can leave the skin on the veg if you like.
  • I use carrots, cauliflower, onion, sweet potato, Zulu, parsnips, tomatoes and peppers.
  • Really I use any veg I have.
  • I place all the veg on a big baking tray, usually will be enough to feed about 8.
  • Cook in oven on 200 degrees for for around 25 minutes.
  • Leave to cool then liquidize with a tin of tomatoes, or chicken or veg stock.
  • How much liquid depends on how liquid you like your soup
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Serve or cool and refrigerate to reheat later.


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