This grown-up looking dish from Shaun Rankin is actually very child-friendly - the sweet flavour of the chicken will tempt the fussiest of kids. This recipe makes a large dish for two or a light lunch for four.
This mini brioche recipe is a great way to introduce children to breadmaking - a vital skill for young foodies to learn. Use any leftover, stale brioche to make a bread and butter pudding with a difference.
This lamb dish takes inspiration from the warming, aromatic flavours of North African cuisine. The spice of the lamb is tempered by the cooling effect of the cumin yoghurt, but leave it out if you want to keep things light.
A great recipe for when the kids get bored of regular chips, Marcello recommends serving the sweet potato variety with a tasty mango crème fraîche dip. Baking the chips is much healthier than deep-frying them.