When it comes to packing the over 2000 school lunches you’ll make for your child during their school journey, there are some ways you can make it simpler, yummier and more fun. Kylie from Kidgredients gives us her top tips to packing a great school lunchbox!
When thinking of kid-friendly fare, it doesn’t get more ‘no-brainer’ than spaghetti and meatballs. But all meatballs are definitely not created equal, whether they’re too dry or they fall apart, or they just don’t taste like anything… meatballs can be hit and miss. But this recipe from the Adelaide Central Market for spaghetti and meatballs is all hit and no miss!
This beef Bourguignon recipe from the Adelaide Central Market is a stew of meat slowly simmered in hearty red wine along with pink shallots, mushrooms and crisp, smoky bacon. Using a good wine – something simple but drinkable – will make all the difference in the finished dish – the perfect winter comfort food.
RECIPE: The easiest homemade gnocchi – using ricotta instead of mashed potatoes – can be made from scratch in just 30 minutes! Yes, you read that right, that’s one episode of Playschool! This ricotta gnocchi recipe from the Adelaide Central Market is light and fluffy, like mini pillows of ricotta goodness.
There is nothing better than the food at a kid’s birthday party, right? But did you know you can still let the kids enjoy a treat, without loading them with artificial colours and flavours? Try a clean version of the famous classic, Fairy Bread. These simple swaps from Supermarket Swap will reduce the amount of additives the kids are consuming from 20 to 1.
Regular snacking can have a big impact on your health. Snacking on discretionary food can lead to weight gain and other health problems, but healthy snacks can have great benefits. We take a look at how adding Nutreat Pro40 to your snacks can benefit your family nutrition, diet quality, energy levels and even curb cravings.
RECIPE: Nutreat Scrambled Eggs. For children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, for fussy eaters who just flat out refuse to eat meat, or parents looking for peace of mind that their children are getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong, this Nutreat Pro40 Scrambled Eggs for breakfast, lunch or dinner can help your family meet its daily protein requirements.
RECIPE: Chocolate Mousse, toasted almond and berry tart. The Adelaide Central Market has shared with us this perfect Mother’s Day (or…let’s be honest, any day!) indulgence. With a toasted almond base, smooth dark and milk chocolate mousse filling, topped with seasonal berries, this is a sweet treat made for mum!
RECIPE: With the cooler weather on its way, there’s no better time for a winter warming dessert – and it doesn’t get much more delicious than this caramelised pear and ginger crumble from the Adelaide Central Market.
RECIPE: Masterchef Judge and former contestant (and winner!) Andy Allen has shared with us his own Cauliflower Mac and Cheese recipe – which isn’t quite as difficult as the dish the contestants on the show will be attempting in episode 7 – as a fun option for families to try at home!
RECIPE: Nutreat Banana Protein Smoothie. For children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, for fussy eaters who just flat out refuse to eat meat, or parents looking for peace of mind that their children are getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong, this Nutreat Pro40 Banana Smoothie for breakfast or a daytime snack can help your family meet its daily protein requirements.
Do you have an active child or a picky eater? Are you concerned whether your child is getting the nutrition that they need? Nutreat Pro40 supplement powder can provide a quick and easy way to help fill the gaps you might be worried about in your child’s every day diet. And for children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, having a Pro40 smoothie or shake can help them to meet their protein requirements.
Sweet tooths, rejoice! Artisan fudge company Fudge Lovers has arrived at the Adelaide Central Market. Now open for a limited time, pop-up stall Fudge Lovers is the new Producer in Residence at the Market until Saturday 17 April.
RECIPE: The Adelaide Central Market has shared with us this perfect Good Friday seafood feast! Crabs, prawns, mussels, squid… the gang’s all there! This is sure to be a crowd pleaser at your Easter long weekend get together!
RECIPE: Carrot Easter Bunny Cupcakes. The Adelaide Central Market has given us this EARresistable recipe for easter bunny cupcakes, perfect to make with the kiddos over the Easter long weekend!
After a COVID cancelled first attempt in 2020, SA’s newest 100% open-access food and drink festival, the Adelaide Food Fringe, today announced its second shot at an inaugural festival, with a program boasting more than 100 events across South Australia over 9 days from Friday the 7th of May to Sunday 16 May.
RECIPE: Spiced Pear & Chocolate Hot Cross Buns. The Adelaide Central Market has given us this twist on traditional Hot Cross Buns to bake yourself, just in time for Easter!
Packing school lunchboxes just got a whole lot easier thanks to Mum and entrepreneur Sally Breden, who has launched VGood, a tasty and healthy, completely nut-free lunchbox alternative for kiddos nuts about nuts!
RECIPE: BAKED POTATOES WITH CHILLI TUNA, SWEETCORN AND CORIANDER MORNAY. Always a treat, a filled spud is hits the spot and is an easy to dish to whip up for your kids for a crowd pleasing dinner.
The team at the Adelaide Central Market have hooked us up with the most mouth watering roast lamb recipe just in time for Australia Day celebrations!