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Making your own healthy 'junk food' is one way to encourage fussy eaters to eat better quality food! Adding tomato chutney to burgers gives them a delicious flavour and the grated apple makes them moist and really tasty. My children love this beefburger recipe. Serve them on their own or in a bun with some salad and ketchup or some oven-baked chips. They are also great cooked on the barbecue in the summer.

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Beefburgers

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from BBC Good Food

Cottage pie

this was a win used paprika and extra cheese in the mash so it was slightly orange/pink and had extra flavour piped the potatoes onto the top could have done with using a little more potato didn't use nutmeg or red wine and halved the recipe for 4 people

Cottage pie

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Theodore Kyriakou's Lamb kleftiko

Theodore Kyriakou's lamb kleftico, kleftiko recipe at Visit the Waitrose website for more lamb kleftico kleftiko recipes and ideas.

Theodore Kyriakou's Lamb kleftiko

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from Annabel Karmel

Risotto with Butternut Squash

Serving cooked rice with vegetables is an ideal way to introduce texture to your baby's food. Butternut squash is now more readily available in supermarkets, although you could substitute it with pumpkin instead.

Butternut squash risotto

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from Jamie Oliver

Roast potatoes, parsnips and carrots

Roast Potatoes and Carrots | Vegetables Recipes | Jamie Oliver Recipes

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from BBC Good Food

Cauliflower cheese

Pop this classic side dish in the oven when you take your roast chicken out to rest, so there's no hot shelf juggling

Cauliflower cheese

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from Annabel Karmel

Mighty Macaroni & Cheese

I know lots of fussy children who only ever want to eat plain pasta with grated cheese. Maybe with a little gentle persuasion they could be enticed to try this tasty macaroni cheese. You can make this macaroni cheese with or without the ham and tomato

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