We love Christmas food kids can make and these simple reindeer rice krispie treats are perfect – simple enough for little hands to make but cute enough you could give them as a gift too! What’s more you won’t need to buy 100 new ingredients to make them making them a perfect Christmas activity for kids.

Reindeer Rice Krispie Treats

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As someone who has spent an awful lot of time making the same sandwiches over and over again I love sharing these baby led weaning lunch ideas here as it gives me the inspiration to try something new, after all this is food that’s suitable for the whole family! These baby led weaning recipes are all perfect for sharing with your little one and they’re all tried and tested out by other parents so you know they have their kids seal of approval too.

baby led weaning lunch ideas

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This week we’ve been making some super tasty bonfire night deserts for my work as a contributor to Day Out With The Kids and we ended up with a bit too much chocolate left over – a tragedy right?! Of course it would be wasteful to just chuck chocolate away and with dinnertime looming I didn’t want the kids to just eat it all so we quickly made some bonfire night inspired firework chocolate bark. This is super easy to make and is perfect for a treat while you wait for the fireworks to start!

Bonfire Night Desserts Firework Chocolate Bark View Post

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This recipe for roasted butternut squash soup is part of a #shop sponsored by the social shopper media company Collective Bias. I must admit that we are a bit obsessed with soup round our house. It’s one of the few ways I can convince my son to try pretty much any vegetable and it’s normally the lunch of choice for my husband and I as we try to eat healthily during the week. With autumn in full effect it’s nice to be able to make use of the seasonal produce on offer and this roasted butternut squash soup is filling, very tasty and even looks super autumnnal with it’s gorgeous orange colour.

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