A sneak peak at our weekly specials, star ingredients and recipes
1-of-their-5 a day as a minimum from blended vegetables (with the option of adding fruit)
Fun food concepts that are delicious, healthy, and exciting for children
Improve variety and exposure to new foods and ingredients
The Little Lunchbox
A complete meal solution packed with fresh fruit and vegetables
Creative and exciting foods completely different from what is available on the market.
Delivered direct to you
Meals ready in 2 minutes
Main meals only with no options of fruit, vegetables or snacks.
Similar types of meals usually orientated around pasta, pie's, or curry's
Purchased from supermarkets
Oven cooked from frozen
Meals are directly related to the time available at home
Meals depend on the experience and culinary knowledge of the cook at home
Ingredients from supermarket
Chicken Rice Paper Rolls
Switch things up with this Asian inspired wrap made from 100% chicken breast, crunchy rainbow vegetables, and a sweet hoisin sauce. Served in a light rice paper roll for a lunchtime treat.
Chinese Orange Chicken Stir Fry
If your children love stir-fries then they're going to love this. Made with chicken breast and our special orange stir fry mix made with orange juice, honey, vinegar, garlic, and ginger. Great for children who love sweet or sour flavours.
Creamy Coconut Chicken & Rice
This week we are bringing back one of our most popular dishes. This Asian inspired, child-friendly creamy coconut chicken originates from parts of South East Asia and is the perfect comfort food for the more curious of eaters.
Crispy Fish Finger & Crunchy Salt Sandwich
Fish is battered with egg, flour and polenta then air fried for a healthier finish. Served in a sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. Move over Fillet-o-fish .... there's a new sandwich in town.
Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice
Something new for the kids! This Russian originated dish is made from lean slices of beef, a sour cream gravy, beef broth, carrots, and onions. Served on a bed of fluffy rice.
Roasted Cherry Tomato & Basil Gnocchi
Fluffy, soft, pillows of potato based gnocchi are cooked with roasted cherry tomatoes, and olive oil in this simple but delicious dish.
Green Monster Crepe Spirals w Cheese Stuffing
A fun way to get kids eating more vegetables! This savoury crepe is made with spinach, egg, and milk. Then rolled with slices of cheese and cut into bite-size rolls to make a fantastic finger bite food for children of all ages. Fun, delicious and nutritious!
Sweetcorn Fritters with Yoghurt Dip
Most kids love sweetcorn. What's not to love? They're juicy, sweet and their vibrant yellow colour makes it very appealing to little eyes! Not to mention that they're a great source of vitamins B1, B5, and C. These bite size savoury fritters are made from sweetcorn, flour, egg, and cheese. Served with our cool yoghurt dip.
Chicken, Broccoli & Pea Pasta Bake
Who doesn't love a good old fashioned pasta bake? It's cheesy, comforting and delicious. This pasta bake is made by slowly cooking onions, garlic, chicken breast, broccoli, and garden peas. Then mixed well with cooked pasta and cheese. Baked till gooey and crispy.
Eat The Rainbow Week
ORANGE you a special one! Orange coloured foods are rich in Beta-Carotene which is essential for skin and eye cell growth. It’s also a crucial nutrient for building healthy immune and reproductive systems.
Dishes include: Creamy Butternut Squash Pasta, Sweet & Sour Noodles, Vegetable Tagine & Apricot Cous Cous
Eat The Rainbow Week
Going RED with envy. Many red fruits and veggies are loaded with powerful, healthy antioxidants (such as lycopene and anthocyanins) that do everything from protecting our cells against cellular damage, to fighting heart disease and cancer.
Dishes include: Mozzarella, Tomato & Basil Ciabatta Roll, Pesto Chicken & Red Pepper Lollipops, Prawn & Red Pepper Linguine
Wholemeal wraps stuffed with our mix of black beans, sweetcorn, red pepper - then topped with our slightly spicy tomato sauce, and cheese. Baked till gooey!
Dishes include: Vegetable Enchiladas
Vegetarian 'Sausage' Rolls
Supercharge one of our nations most beloved comfort food with our mix of mushrooms, chestnuts, leeks and cheese; then rolled in puff pastry and sliced into bitesize pin rolls and roasted.
Dishes include: Vegetarian 'Sausage' Roll
Coronation Chicken Wrap
Cooked chicken is mixed with our child-friendly spicy curry mayonnaise sauce then combined with crunchy lettuce and shredded carrot in a multi-seeded whole-wheat wrap.
Dishes include: Coronation Chicken Wrap
Oat Chicken Dippers
This week, we put a spin on the notoriously processed chicken nugget. For our chicken dippers we have used 100% chicken breast coated with our crunchy oat mix - served alongside a smoky, sweet red pepper dip.
Dishes Include: Oat Chicken Dippers w Red Pepper Dip
Secret Vegetable Lasagne
Lasagne is such a familiar classic amongst all children. To improve nutritional quality in our vegetable lasagne we have supercharged it with our hidden tomato vegetable sauce and hidden cauliflower bechamel cheese sauce. The good news is that we have blended this is so well that they won't be able to tell ...
Dishes Include: Hidden Vegetable Lasagne
Turkey Meatball Bites
These bite-size meatballs are a lean, mean, fighting machine. They are a great source of protein made with lean turkey, herbs, and other grated vegetables. They are tender, juicy, and loaded with flavour; and can be found alongside some of our dishes this week.
Dishes Include: Turkey Meatball Bites w Broccoli Fritters, Bean & Broccoli Ragu w Turkey Meatballs
Three Bean Chilli
Beans are one of the most nutritious sources of plant proteins and nutrients. Which is exactly why we decided to supercharge our child-friendly chilli with 3 different types of beans. This dish is served alongside our slowly roasted sweet potato wedges.
Dishes Include: Three Bean Chilli w Sweet Potato Wedges
Honey Soy Chicken
Our soy glazed chicken thighs are marinated for 24h in ginger, garlic, honey, sesame oil, and soy sauce. Our chicken is tender, sweet, and slightly-salty - making it the perfect source of protein in our Asian based dishes.
Dishes Include: Chicken Rice Paper Rolls, Sweet Soy Chicken Noodles
Spaghetti & Lentil Bolognese
Spaghetti Bolognese has long been hailed as one of the favourites among children. So this week we supercharged the standard recipe with our own hidden vegetable tomato sauce. This is made by blending lentils, broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic and tomatoes into a smooth sauce. Our aim is to preserve the flavour, but enhance the nutrients.
Dishes Include: Spaghetti & Lentil Bolognese
Out of all the super greens - Kale is king (or queen). It is not only one of the healthiest and most nutritious plant foods in existence, but it is also an extremely versatile ingredient that can be used across many dishes. For children who have never tried Kale - our recipes this week are a great start to increase exposure in a familiar way.
Dishes include: Kale Pesto Chicken Wraps, Kale Pesto Pasta with Salmon
These savoury pancakes are made with buckwheat flour (richer in fibre, minerals and vitamins compared to oat) and filled with a cream cheese and spinach filling. These are then rolled and cut into bite-size finger pinwheels.
Dishes include: Creamy Spinach Buckwheat Pinwheels
Home-made Baked Beans
Swap the refined sugar, added salt and nasties that are commonly found in canned baked beans and try our special home made version instead. This recipe is made by mixing our hidden tomato vegetable sauce containing lentils, carrots, and an array of fresh vegetables with haricot beans.
Dishes include: Tomato & Bean Pasta, Baked Bean Stuffed Jacket Potato
Children love sinking their teeth into bite-size foods. These mini bite size fritters are made from broccoli, onion, garlic, lemon, almonds, and cheese. These fritters are a delicious way to add some extra vegetables into their diet.
Dishes include: Cheesy Broccoli Fritters with Sweet Potato Fries
Haddock Fish Fingers
Fish fingers are a universal favourite among children. So this week our team decided to make a healthier version made with haddock, parmesan, oregano and polenta - then air fried for a healthier finish.
Dishes include: Crunchy Haddock Fingers with Parsnip Chips, Rosti Cakes with Haddock Fingers
Barley Risotto Balls
These bite-size balls are made with pearl barley, hidden vegetables, and a touch of beetroot (to make it pink) and is then air-fried to enhance flavour and texture, while minimising overall fat content.
Dishes include: Pink Barley Risotto Balls (option to add salmon skewers)
Pink For Valentines
Love is in the air and what better way to celebrate than through a valentines themed menu. Included in our menu is a variety of pink and red coloured foods in addition to heart shaped dishes.
Dishes include: Pink Berry Pancakes, Cheese & Tomato 'Lovebug' Pizza, Love Heart Sandwiches
To celebrate the year of the tiger we have included for children a tri-colour blend of mash potatoes made from Albert and Sweet Potatoes with a touch of natural black colouring
Dishes include: Tiger Mash with Broccoli Fritters/Cauliflower Hash browns/Grilled Prawns
Bao & Spring Rolls
This week to celebrate Chinese New Year and different cultures, we have based our menu on popular dishes that children eat from South-east Asia. Some of the most popular dishes include Bao's (fluffy bread) and Spring Rolls. We have recreated these dishes with healthier ingredients and cooking methods to improve the nutritional value of these meals.
Dishes include: Chicken & Mushroom Boa Buns, Vegetable & Mushroom Boa Buns, Baked Chicken Spring Rolls
Beans are rich in protein, folate, antioxidants, and fibre - making them a no brainer for one of our star ingredients this week. Our bean patties are made with a blend of carrot, chickpeas, black beans and various child-friendly spices.
Dishes include: Hidden Black Bean & Chickpea Bean Patty with Burger or Mexican Rice