The potato that is now readily available all year round originated from south America rich in vitamin c and potassium it can be a good source of carbohydrate for your kids. With over 4000 different varieties the possibilities are endless, make sure you get the right ones for your cooking. Waxy for wedges and fries then floury for baked potatoes and mash.
Whole eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet, containing a little bit of almost every nutrient you need. Omega-3 enriched and/or pastured eggs contain more of certain nutrients. Either if you are vegetarian or on a keto diet it is really classes as a super food.
Ground meats can be so much easier to digest than whole chunks of meat it is also much more economically friendly as ground meat per weight can go a long way. You can also replace many highly processed foods with ground meat and recreate foods like burgers and sausages whilst knowing exactly what’s going into your kid’s diet.
Potato Salad with Mustard dressing
This recipe is not only easy to make, but it is also gluten-free and vegetarian friendly.
Upgrade your ordinary omelette into a Spanish tortilla with potatoes and onion.
A classic French shepherd’s pie made with beef and the tastiest mashed potatoes you will ever have.
6 tbsp apple cider vinegar
4 tbsp whole grain mustard
2 tsp honey
5.5oz / 160g olive oil
48oz / 1350g new or baby yukon gold potatoes
21oz / 700g normal potatoes
21 OZ / 600g potatoes
3.5oz / 100ml oil
10.5 OZ / 300 G leftover cooked meat (such as beef stew)
1 spring parsley
2oz / 60g butter
10.5oz / 300ml milk
2 tbsp breadcrumbs
Have you stocked up on your staple ingredients?
To ensure you have the best cooking options to you we suggest having these key ingredients stocked up at all times, so you have a multitude of recipes available to you.