MFM and Cook School team up for fun kids recipe series

Practical plant-based recipes for children to be shared each Monday

Overhead view of two people preparing vegetables

We’ve teamed up with Cook School in order to provide some plant-based cookery inspiration for children over the holidays.

Having taught over 30,000 children to date, Cook School is a nationwide, not-for-profit organisation which helps children to understand food and learn how to cook.

Practical, healthy and fun, the brand new summer recipes are aimed at children, with a little help from a parent/carer when needed. Each recipe contains information about the seasonal produce used and a Meat Free Monday fact.

Week 1: Tropical Green Smoothie Lollies
Perfect for hot sunny weather, first up is a recipe for Tropical Green Smoothie Lollies. A brilliant way to get children to eat spinach, these smoothies can be enjoyed as they are, or frozen to make lollies! Get the recipe >

Week 2: Beetroot Sushi Rolls and Balls
Making sushi is so much fun! It looks impressive and yet once you’ve discovered how easy it is to make, you’ll be making it on repeat! Try changing things up by using your favourite seasonal veg. Get the recipe >

Week 3: Tomato and Vegan Cheese Puffs
These seasonal tarts are ideal for lunch, an evening meal or a picnic in the garden or local park. Get the recipe >

Week 4: Curried Courgette Pancakes
Courgette and curry may sound like an unusual combination but we promise once you make them, you’ll want to eat them again and again! Get the recipe >

Show us the kids’ creations by using the hashtag #MeatFreeWithTheFamily!

More recipes coming soon, watch this space …