One of the great things about potstickers is their versatility—you can really make the filling out of anything. Kids have fun helping out—set out a bowl of filling, a dish of water and a pile of wonton wrappers, and they'll keep busy helping you get dinner on the table.
The beauty of a chia seed pudding is the minimal effort you put in at night works hard to yield a delicious, filling and very satisfying breakfast.
Fresh sausages make instant, preseasoned meatballs with no mess; simply squeeze the meat out of its casing directly into the pan. The sausage adds flavour as it simmers, creating a delicious sauce that’s done in about as much time as it takes to cook dry pasta.
This is a go-to recipe for any parent of a toddler. It comes together in minutes using one bowl. Young kids love the job of mashing the bananas with a potato masher.
Winter squash makes a fantastic soup. Try swapping acorn, Hubbard, or even pumpkin for the butternut. Maple syrup and apple bring out its sweetness, and using curry powder or sage will change its flavour profile depending on your mood.