Last updated on July 13th, 2020 at 05:53 PM
By @15min_Mom | UPDATED: 11:28, 17 April 2020
Have you been tearing your hair out with the kids at home all day and lacking in ways to keep them entertained?
Why not get creative in the kitchen with a spot of fun and wholesome family cooking!
We’ve been feeling inspired by Olio’s latest campaign #Cook4Kids, which supports over a million children who depend on school meals but aren’t able to access them whilst schools are currently closed.
If you’re yet to hear about this wonderful campaign, check it out here.
Plant-based food brand Gosh! Food have created a range of delicious, vegan recipes in collaboration with social media wonder Kripa @15min_mom (and the help of her adorable girls), that are guaranteed to turn your kids into little chefs.
Pizza with Gosh! Sweetcorn & Quinoa Bites by 15min_mom
Recipe credit: Kripa of @15min_mom in collaboration with Gosh! Food
Convince the kids that salad is delicious with these spring veggie salad rolls. Made with Gosh! Veggie Sausages rolled up with fresh veggies and finished with a nutty dipping sauce.
1 pack Gosh! Veggie Sausages
12 rice paper spring roll wrappers
1 iceberg lettuce
30g or 1 handful coriander
1 small carrot
Made with peanut butter, lemon juice, soy sauce, coriander, green chillies and hot water
Chop up the iceberg lettuce
Grate the carrot into thin strips
Thinly slice the avocado
Chop the coriander finely
Mix together the Greenut sauce ingredients
Heat the Gosh! Veggie Sausages with a little oil in a frying pan for 3-4 minutes
Place some hot water in a deep dish and dip 2 rice paper wrappers, 1 at a time, for 5 seconds placing them one on top of the other like a double layer
Lay out a little lettuce, grated carrot and 2 avocado slices in rows at the centre of the soft wraps
Once the Gosh! Veggie Sausages have cooled down add one to each roll
Sprinkle with coriander
Add as much Greenut sauce as you like but no more than 1 tbsp so that it doesn’t ooze out of the wrap
Roll your wraps tightly taking one end over the filling, tuck in the sides then pack tightly with your hands as you roll
Serve with chilli dip or more Greenut sauce