Playing with your food can be fun.
With the Ireland rugby team taking centre stage, we’ve a fun way to get your kids eating more fruit and veg. Make some fruit and veg mini masterpieces with your little ones for the chance to be Ireland’s mascot for the game against Scotland on 19 March.
We’ve teamed up with Irish Rugby to help kids eat more fruit and veg through food art.
We all know how hard it can be to get kids to eat fruit and veg. So here’s a great idea. We have created rugby-themed food pictures inspired by each of Ireland’s upcoming matches, which can then be turned into a delicious meal with no food waste. That way, we can help kids to eat more fruit and veg and have fun being creative too.
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Help with Picky Eaters
Can you match these twelve fruits and vegetables to their best harvesting month?
Test your knowledge of seasonal foods by matching the best month to harvest (and eat) each of the fruits and vegetables listed below. Do you know what’s fresh?
Answers: January-Carrots. February-Leeks. March-Spring greens. April-Cauliflower. May-Asparagus. June-Strawberries. July-Cucumber. August-Raspberries. September-Runner beans. October-Sweetcorn. November-Potatoes. December-Brussel sprouts.