Here are some great, healthy ideas from the Heart Foundation for cooking with kids:
Icy Fruit Delights - no cooking required but make them in the morning so they freeze for afternoon tea.
Banana Pikelets - these are a great way to add fruit and wholemeal fibre to a yummy breakfast or snack. (pictured above)
Purple Pears - so simple to create and fun to eat. They can be served hot or cold.
Berry Swirl Yoghurt Pops - made with natural yoghurt and frozen berries in the mold of your choice.
More resources at Healthy Kids and Mums United.
Food ideas with pre-schoolers.
LINKED UP AT What Kids Eat Wednesday and TUESDAY TALENT SHOW where you can get more great cooking ideas each week.