Food Kids Will Love

18 Feb 2016
POSTED BY Y Magazine
How to make mealtimes even more exciting for your mini munchers

Getting the kids to eat can sometimes be as much a chore as making the food. Children can be as just as discerning eaters as adults, so it needs to be the right combination of looking and tasting good, but it doesn’t need to be elaborate to win them over.

It’s all about tempting the youngsters to give whatever is on their plate a try and a great way to do this is to engage their imaginations as much as their tastebuds.

These fun recipes are easy to make and combine simple ingredients with appealing presentation.

You can improvise and add food your child likes to make each meal really enjoyable.

Best of all, because they’re not difficult to do, you can get your youngster to help you prepare the food if they’re old enough. Even seemingly simple tasks like unwrapping items can make them feel part of the process.

Have fun!

Recipe: Cheese Batman


These cheesy flatbreads contain protein to give your kids strong muscles, just like Batman!


  • 1 Puck squeeze cheese
  • 4 whole protein flatbreads
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tbsp zaatar


  • Brush the bread with oil and sprinkle with zaatar.
  • Draw a Batman shape with Puck squeeze cheese.
Recipe: Cheesey Fun Faces



  • 1 Puck squeeze cheese
  • 8 mini pita breads
  • 2 tbsp black olives
  • 2 tbsp stuffed green olives
  • 2 whole spring onions
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 carrot


  1. Squirt the Puck squeeze cheese to make the “eyes” and “mouths” on the pita bread.
  2. Form the eyes with the olives and cucumber, as shown in the photograph.
  3. To make the green “hair”, cut thin strips of spring onion and drop into iced water to make it curl.
  4. Grate the carrot to make the orange “hair”.
  5. Cut strips of cucumber skin to make the “eyebrows”.

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