Favorite Recipes for Blake

Collection by Claire Woodcock

Claire Woodcock
oatbix slice

Weet-Bix slice

Weet-Bix slice is always popular and is super-easy to make. Get the kids to help you crush the Weet-Bix to make the base before covering it with a chocolate icing.

apple and zuccini muffins

Apple and zucchini muffins

These muffins are delicious and healthy! Make a batch in secret and feed them to the kids. Just don't tell them you have hidden zucchini in there.

banana biscuits

Banana biscuits

These biscuits are perfect lunch box treats! They are a great way to use up leftover ripe bananas. Using basic pantry ingredients, being nut-free and easy to make will keep them on the menu.

vegemite scrolls

Cheese and Vegemite scrolls

Scrolls are always a popular lunch box filler - and your kids will adore these savoury scrolls filled with cheese and Vegemite. Yum!

muesli bars

Homemade muesli bars

Homemade muesli bars are a healthy snack you can put in your child's lunch box every day. Try this healthy muesli bar recipe now.

zucchini slice

Easy zucchini slice

Pre-heat oven to 180° or 160ºC fan-forced. Oil a quiche or lasagne dish. Place zucchini into a muslin square, clean chux or

pumpkin scones

Easy pumpkin scones

If you have some leftover pumpkin then you are halfway to having a delicious batch of these Easy pumpkin scones. Just don't tell the kids that you have sneaked veggies into their favourite scones.

bananna bread

Banana bread

Moist and delicious banana bread is easy to make with this mum-tested recipe from Kidspot. It can easily be toasted to serve with butter or transformed into a gluten-free recipe by substituting the flour and baking powder for a gluten-free variety.

finger buns

Finger buns

These pink iced finger buns are a real afternoon tea winner. Give them a try and you will be surprised how easy they are.

basic muffins with extra ingredients

Basic muffins with variations

This basic muffin recipe is a starting point to add your own variations. By adding a bit of this and that, you will have great tasting muffins for lunch boxes every day.

apple and raspberry bread

Apple and raspberry bread

Preheat the oven to 180°C. Grease and line the base of a loaf pan (mine is 11cm x 21cm). Sift the flour, baking powder and cinnam

brunch puffs

Golden brunch puffs

These golden brunch puffs are a great way to combine eggs, ham and cheese.They are perfect do-ahead food when you have guests coming. Make a tray of these light as air puffs for your guests and pop them on the buffet!



Shortbread is a traditional Christmas biscuit recipe but it can also be enjoyed all through the year. The light sweet biscuit dough results in a pale biscuit that's perfect with a cup of tea.

orange and poppyseed muffins

Orange poppyseed muffins

These moist orange and poppyseed muffins are easy to make and are perfect for lunch boxes and as after school treats.

zucchini bread

Zucchini bread

Preheat the oven to 170°C and line and grease a loaf tin (15cmx25cm). In a medium size bowl sift the first 7 ingredients.

chicken patties

Chicken burger

These chicken burgers are made with chicken mince patties that are held together with vegetables and have the flavour amped up with sweet chilli sauce.