Preparing fresh and healthy dishes and then getting your child to eat them can seem far from an easy task for busy parents. With this inspirational collection of recipes taken from Britain's top-selling BBC Good Food Magazine, the Good Food team prove you don't have to devote hours to a hot stove to give your children home-cooked meals, and fast food doesn't have to mean deep-fried or mass produced.
Full of quick, easy and nutritional recipes using practical ingredients, a nutritional breakdown so you know exactly what you're giving your child and full-colour photos of each dish, this compact cookbook is a must for parents.
Angela Nilsen's career has always involved food, either teaching or writing about it for books, magazines and newspapers. From May 1994 - July 2004, she was Food Editor of BBC Good Food Magazine, and is now a freelance writer and editor. In 2004 she won both the Glenfiddich Cookery Writer Award and The Guild of Food Writers' Cookery Journalist of the Year Award. Jeni Wright is a highly respected culinary expert and food writer. She specialises in Italian cuisine, but has had articles and books published covering a wide range of cookery subjects. She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers.