School Holiday Cooking Ideas

Home-Made-Icypoles

Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained these school holidays AND feed their hungry bellies? Kill two birds using one stone with these fun and simple school holiday cooking ideas.

Fruit Kebabs

Fruit kebabs are fun for kids to both make and eat. Provide children with a wide variety of colourful fruits and they can use our kids safe knives to chop them up and thread them onto sticks. The perfect morning or afternoon snack!

Mini Veggie Pizzas

Together with your kids, make your own pizza dough or use wholemeal pita bread or slices of our organic bread as your pizza base. Smear with Global Organics tomato paste then sprinkle with your favourite toppings; chopped up veggies, cheese, basil…..whatever your kids like! Pop into the oven until the cheese is all melted and the base is crispy and brown.

Homemade Icy Poles

Kids LOVE icy poles! As most of us know those store brought ones are FULL of sugars, preservatives & colorants and are absolutely no good for our children. But it’s super quick and easy to make your own at home by blending up some fruit mixed with water and pouring into our Sinchies Reusable Pop Packs to freeze. Here’s some yummy combos to try:

Strawberries blueberries, chia seeds, 4 kales leaves and water

Banana, apples, cinnamon, chia seeds and water

Spinach, apple, cucumber, celery and coconut water.

Sausage Rolls

Nothing says “home” like the smell of homemade sausage rolls cooking in the oven. The perfect bite sized snack for the kids and quite easy to freeze. Our kids loved mixing and grating the ingredients and leave eating them warm straight out of the oven.

Ingredients:
1 onion, diced
1 carrot, grated
Zest of one lemon
2 sprigs of rosemary, finely chopped
2 tbs of fresh sage leaves, finely chopped
2 tbs tomatoes sauce
2 eggs
500gm of sausage roll mince
Packet of puff pastry
Salt and pepper to taste.
Milk

Method:
Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well
Cut a sheet of pasty in half
Spoon a thin layer of sausage mixture on the pastry and fold in half; push down the edges with a fork.
Cut sausage rolls into 4.
Prick each sausage roll with a fork and baste with milk or egg.
Place on a lightly greased oven tray and bake for 30 mins

If these ideas aren’t enough check out these school holiday baking ideas. for some more inspiration!

 

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