Kitchen Table Conversation
Peanut Butter & Jelly French Toast
A more wholesome version of the peanut butter sandwich that Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow) eats in Avengers: Endgame.
Bouncing Egg Experiment
Did you know you can make raw eggs bounce?! This fun experiment is a great way for children to run their very own science project at home using common kitchen ingredients. Have a go and let us know what you discover!
Dancing Jelly Worms
Bring jelly worms to life with this fun experiment using ingredients from your cupboards. The best part? You can enjoy the rest of the jelly worms in the packet while you watch them dance!
Homemade Lava Lamp
Create your own temporary lava lamp with just a few everyday household items. This makes for a super easy, fun and colourful science experiment for children to try in the kitchen!
Rainbows are everywhere at the moment to say a huge thank you to our amazing healthcare workers. This clever science experiment makes a lovely rainbow jar that you can place in your window for everyone to see!
Rock Candy Experiment
Add some creative learning to your day with this fun children’s kitchen experiment. Not only will they get to enjoy sticks of homemade rock candy, they’ll also learn a lot along the way!
Two Ingredient Slime
Kids love nothing more than playing with a gooey, oozy slime. Make your own super easy slime at home with just two kitchen ingredients – it’s time to get creative and a little bit messy!
Perfect British Scones
Whether you’re a jam cream or cream jam person, you can’t beat a good British scone. They also freeze beautifully so it’s worth making a batch, freezing them, and then tucking in whenever you fancy.
Ham & Cheese Pancakes
Make breakfast extra tasty with this Ham and Cheese Pancake recipe. Perfect for the little ones, but equally loved by parents. Paired with a side salad, they can also double up as a delicious lunch.
St George’s Day calls for classic dish and what better than a Berry British Trifle. Get the little ones involved creating all the colourful, tasty layers and decorating with a patriotic English flag on top!
Sweet Tortilla Pizzas
Who says pizzas should be savoury?! Try our sweet tortilla pizzas – a tasty and fun dessert that children can get stuck into.
Homemade Vegetable Stock
It’s so important to make the most of our vegetables – including the parts that aren’t as appetising, such as stalks and peelings