Essential Kids is doing the thinking for you with our weekly dinner planner. These are our dinner winners this week.
As a kid I used to hate sandwiches with a passion. If you want to mix up your lunch box repertoire why not try these fast and yummy ideas?
It's just a super-cute teeny version of the ice-cream loaf we all know and love very deeply.
Most parents will agree that shopping with kids can be a complete and utter nightmare.
You know that sinking feeling. It is Friday afternoon, you check the weather forecast, and 'rain' is on the menu all weekend.
I have my own shortcuts, little tricks I use throughout the week to get my kids fed, clothed and relatively clean, my house ordered and relatively clean, and my work done (and relatively on time).
A group of Star Wars fanatics have taken fandom to the next level – building a Han-Solo-in-carbonite fridge.
If you're wondering how to get your kids to eat more vegetables, take some inspiration from Melbourne mum, Lelah Mohmedi.
Check out this creative mum's bread baking skills inspired by her children's drawings.
We have three - count 'em, three - new foolproof (and we don't use that word lightly) ways to turn out perfect hard-cooked eggs that peel like a dream.
Entice your kids out of bed during the cold winter mornings with a large bowl of deliciously warm porridge.
Sometimes it's just the novelty of something cooked on a skewer - easy to cook, easy to hold, easy to eat - that gets kids interested in eating.
Feel like you're too old to enjoy the foods from your childhood? Well, we have good news for you, with a few tweaks, you can create a new and improved - slightly more mature - version of your old favourites.