Cooking with Kids

  • Frances Atkins' party fairy cakes
    These lovely fairy cakes will definitely bring out the creative side in the kids.
  • William Drabble's baked mackerel with salsa and fishy crisps
    A wonderful mackerel dish from William Drabble.
  • Alfred Prasad's mushroom and berry rice pots
    Alfred Prasad’s delicious mushroom curry and rice pots recipe makes a delicious meal that all the family can enjoy and help create.
  • Josh Eggleton's Easter egg crunch
    Josh Eggleton's playful recipe is a great way to use Easter eggs and turn them into tasty new treats.
  • Shaun Rankin's sweet chilli chicken with garlic, lemon and coriander
    Shaun Rankin’s exotic dish will be a real winner with kids and adults alike.
  • Mark Dodson’s ham and eggs with potato pancakes
    These pancakes would work as a weekend breakfast or lunch just as well as a quick mid-week supper. The potato pancakes mean it’ll fill even the hungriest of tummies!
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We’ve added 105 new recipes to our Cooking with Kids collection developed in association with Great British Chefs.

These family friendly winter recipes are a great way for you and your kids to learn new cooking skills whilst having fun in the kitchen.

From farm to fork

Farm to fork

Part of the Tesco Eat Happy Project, this is our nationwide programme to help primary school kids understand where their food comes from.

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Andrew MacKenzie(tt)

19th December 2013 by Great British Chefs

As part of our Cooking with Kids series we continue to look at the childhood dishes that influenced Great British Chefs’ award winning chefs. We see whether those influences appear in any of the dishes they serve today.

We take another look at how the award winning chefs from Great British Chefs cook with their own children and the food which they loved when they were growing up.


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