Photo: Andrew Grinton
When life gives you lemons (a gluten allergy) make lemon posset! Kids will love this creamy, tangy pudding. Try our homemade candied lemon peel for an extra-special twist. Get the recipe here: Lemon Posset with Candied Lemon PeelPhoto: Maya Visnyei
These kisses are so good your kids will want to kiss the cook!
Get the recipe here: Meringue KissesPhoto: Roberto Caruso
Fresh juicy peaches, vanilla yogurt and a little orange juice come together to make this delicious frosty treat. Any leftovers can be frozen in a popsicle mould for another day. Get the recipe here: Peach Creamsicle SmoothiePhoto: Andrew Grinton
Your little ones won't crave pudding from the grocery store anymore once they've tasted this homemade treat. Don't forget to turn up the tasty with some gluten-free animal crackers toppings.
Get the recipe here: Double-Duty Homemade PuddingPhoto: Maya Visnyei
Dress up plain Greek yogurt with colourful fruit and kids will gobble this healthy dessert. Get the recipe here: Kiwi Yogurt CupsPhoto: Roberto Caruso
These mint chocolate truffles are easy to make and they are a great post-dinner treat.
Get the recipe here: Mint chocolate trufflesPhoto: Andrew Grinton
Sweet and smooth, old-fashioned custard is a great way to get protein into your kids. Delicious and nutritious—now that's a dessert win!
Get the recipe here: Baked Maple CustardPhoto: Andrew Grinton
These quinoa pops are cute and yummy. Your kids can put on a puppet show while they enjoy their dessert. Perhaps three blind mice? Get the recipe here: Banana Mouse PopsPhoto: Maya Visnyei
Make your own frozen yoghurt with bananas, mango and strawberries—it’s surprisingly easy to do.
Get the recipe here: Frozen Fruity YogurtPhoto: Jodi Pudge