Enter our design a lolly colouring competition!
Calling all lolly lovers! Kids, get your glitter out and sharpen those pencils. Whilst our Claudi & Fin lollies are popping up everywhere this summer, we want you to let your imagination run wild and dream up your own Lolly!
Grab a piece of paper (A4 is perfect!) and go for it, the more colourful the better.
Once you’re happy with your design, ask a grown up to take a photo of your Lovely Lolly and post it to our Facebook page. We’ll also need your name and age please!
The competition is open now and you’ve got until the summer holidays end to enter. There’ll be a Claudi & Fin goodie bag for the most tasty looking creations!
Get going kids, we can’t wait to see what lovely lollies you create!
Grown ups, this bit’s for you…
The competition runs from Friday 28th July until 8pm on Sunday 3rd September.
The competition is for 3-10 year olds. Please include the name of your child and their age.
The winner will be announced via our Facebook page on Friday 8th September. We’ll the winner via the Facebook users name.
All the terms and conditions are on our Facebook page until notes.
This Summer Claudi & Fin hit the Pizza Express Piccolo menu
We’re delighted to announce that Claudi & Fin lollies are now available in Pizza Express restaurants.
Claudi & Fin join the Pizza Express Family
Mini diners at over 400 Pizza Express restaurants across the country can now choose our lovely lollies as a deliciously healthy dessert option. The Claudi & Fin Mango variety (a Great Taste Award Winner, no less!) is the first flavour to be included on the menu.
Each lolly is packed full of real mangoes, whole milk and creamy Greek style yoghurt containing calcium, potassium and zinc. There’s also a healthy dose (30%) of an adult’s recommended daily intake of vitamin D, and what’s more, the lollies contain less sugar than 75% of lollies on the market.
Let’s face it, eating out can always be a challenge with little ones at the table and we all want to find healthy options (that they’ll actually eat!) for our little ones. But now that Claudi & Fin are on the menu they’ll be no arguments over dinner!
Struggling to get your children to eat those all important 5 a day? Fear not we’ve enlisted the help of our friends at Sneaky Veg to bring you some wholesome, healthy family dinner ideas. This week it’s our all time favourite, macaroni cheese, but with a twist! It has three hidden vegetables to give those picky eaters an extra boost!
The brilliant Cooking Them Healthy are back with another delcious and healthy recipe for the whole family. This time they have scrumptious dessert for you!
If you’re starting the New Year with good intentions then why not try this delicious recipe from our friends, top children’s chef’s, Cooking Them Healthy. This is a wonderfully easy one pot family recipe, that will keep you warmed up on those chilly nights!
Trying to find some healthier snack alternatives this Christmas? Our friends at Sneaky Veg have come up with a great guilt free version of the traditional jaffa cake that’s bound to be a hit with all the family!
Jaffa cakes are traditionally little sponge cakes topped with orange jelly and chocolate. These healthier versions actually don’t contain any cake at all, instead the base is made with lots of lovely oats and no refined sugar, making them a great snack for you and your little ones. These bars are also dairy free and vegan – but just be sure to buy vegan chocolate.
We love making these adorable strawberry Santa’s at Christmas and they make a fun dessert to make with young children too!
Looking for spooky decoration ideas? Here’s 4 easy peasy Halloween crafts you can make with your children! Continue reading
Mango Frozen Yogurt Recipe:
We go mad for mangoes and their natural sweetness pairs really well with the tart flavours of the Greek yogurt. This simple, healthier alternative to ice cream will go down a storm with the whole family.
Is it really half-term already? In our house that means a constant round of catering – the pre snack snack, the post snack snack, lunches and dinners… it’s one big buffet blur, but how do you keep the little darlings entertained whilst you’re slaving over a hot stove?