10 recipes you’ll love in the Kids Cookbook

By Jordanna Levin |

Photo by: Martyna Angell

The I Quit Sugar digital Kids Cookbook is officially on sale today and available to download!

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We’ve been lucky enough at I Quit Sugar HQ to have read through the Kids e-Cookbook on our iPad and we’ve already been eyeing off all the recipes (proof that these dishes are for the “big kids” too).

Here’s just 10 of our favourite Kids Cookbook recipes:

1. Sarah, Director:

The Ham and Cheese Cauliflower Pizza

Ham and Cheese Pizza

“These are dense in nutrition – lots of extra veggies. They contain healthy fats for proper absorption of essential vitamins A, D, E, K. Buy a whole cauliflower and prep these in advance. It’s quick and easy. You can also freeze the bases for fast easy meals on busy days. And your kids can build their own pizzas too, which is a great way to involve them in preparing their own food.”

2. Zoe, GM:

Cheese + Bacon Lollipops (with BBQ Sauce)

“It’s cheese! It’s bacon! It’s cheese and bacon – on a stick! Genius! I haven’t been this happy to scoff something since Sarah introduced me to her Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. And my secret tip? Serve with a dipping bowl of our delicious sugar-free BBQ sauce. It’s perfect for dunking them in.

3. Jordanna, Community Editor:

Gingerbread Smoothie

“It takes a pretty special smoothie to blow my socks off but this one does it. It actually tastes like you’re drinking a gingerbread man!”

4. Clarissa, Sales Manager:

Choc and Avo Brekkie Smash

“This recipe is my pick because breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. It’s super-easy, looks gourmet and when is chocolate ever not welcome for breakfast?!”

5. Jo, EA to Sarah:

Aussie Splice Blocks

“I love a popsicle on a hot summer day. You can also use the green layer as a smoothie on it’s own, if you make extra. And you don’t even have to be a kid to enjoy it!”

Aussie Ice Blocks

6. Renee, Social Media Manager: 

Root Vegetable Chips

“These are a delicious alternative to regular potato chips and make the perfect lunchbox snack. I reckon the kids would be pretty excited to find this rainbow snack hiding out in their school bag.”

7. Steph, Editorial Coordinator:

Hazelnut Ice Cream Sandwiches

“You can make these with cookie dough or biscuits. They’re a fun novelty and you can get the kids involved in assembling them”.

8. Steve, IT guru:

Raspberry Spiders


“It’s not because they’re pink! These remind me of being a kid and it (still) blows my mind that you can create something that is traditionally packed full of sugar, and make it sugar-free without compromising on flavour.”

9. Kate, Intern:

Mango Macadamia “Weis” Bars

“Weis bars are the perfect fruity treat for hot summer days – and now with this sugar-free version they’re better than ever!”

10. Leo, IT intern:

Nourishing Nachos

“As a huge fan of Mexican food I am always on the lookout for new ways to make my favorite dishes in a healthier, tastier way. I was very happy to discover this gem hidden in the Kids Cookbook!”

For more info on what you’ll find inside the Kids Cookbook click here.

If you’re keen to grab your copy now head on over to the bookstore and receive it in your inbox within seconds. Please note – the Kids Cookbook is a digital book, not a print book.

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Don’t forget to take snaps of any of the Kids Cookbook recipes you whip up and tag them #iqs and #iqskids. We can’t wait to see them all!

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