Back To School Meals with Birds Eye

Last week we have been trying out some Back To Meals thanks to Birds Eye.
Birds Eye recently enlisted a panel of mini-chefs aged between 7-12 years to develop a range of delicious kids approved recipes and we gave a few a go.
We are not the greatest chefs and I often read recipes and think wow - that looks amazing but I know it wouldn't be if I gave it a go.
These recipes looked good and easy to make and I know my monkeys would enjoy them because its what we eat.
First we created
Pre heat the oven and cook Birds Eye mini potato waffles (4 per person) as per instructions on back of packaging
Heat baked beans as directed
Place shredded lettuce on a plate and top with waffle, beans and salsa
Sprinkle grated cheese on top
Place under the grill until cheese is nicely melted.
Chicken Finger Pizza
(we substituted fish fingers for chicken fingers) 
Cook Birds Eye Chicken fingers (2 per person), Birds Eye Fresh Supersweet sweetcorn and Birds Eye field fresh Garden Peas as per instructions on packaging.
Spread tomato sauce ( tinned chopped tomatoes or a tomato puree) over a naan bread and scatter peas and sweetcorn over the top.
Chop Chicken Fingers and place onto naan bread - scatter a little grated cheese to finish
Place in the oven for 12-15 minutes at 200 degrees.
We haven't tried this one yet - but really looking forward to it.
Chicken Dipper Fajitas
Pre heat oven and cook Birds Eye Crispy Chicken Dippers ( 4 per person) as per instructions on packaging
Finely slice onions and peppers
Fry the onions and peppers with a dash of oil and a pinch of seasoning
Heat tortilla wraps as directed
Dollop tomato salsa onto your wraps, add the peppers, onions and dippers
Wrap up tight, cut in half and enjoy
We are big fans of Birds Eye anyway and we do buy lots of Birds Eye products but it was nice to use them as ingredients to create some teatime meals. 
My favourite was the waffle nacho's they were so yummy. Daddy, big and little J enjoyed the chicken finger pizza. It was strange putting tomato puree on a naan bread but somehow it worked.
For more yummy recipe ideas visit Birds Eye Website HERE
*we were provided with birds eye vouchers to buy ingredients to create the birds eye recipes. recipes above belong to the mini chefs who created them - all photos above are our own* 


  1. These seem like fun to make with children. I love children having something fun to bake.

  2. Very kiddy friendly and yummy meals! Nom nom nom! I especially like the chicken finger pizza - might have to give that one a try xx

  3. Fabulous recipes, am definitely going to be trying the chicken dipper pizza, my little one would love that.



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