Apple Power Balls Recipe: as featured in the Your Little Experts video above.
"I'm Alert" Online Food Safety Training: I'm Alert is a free 2-hour online food safety training package provided by ACT Health. It’s a great introduction for teachers, parents and volunteers who need a basic understanding of safe food handling practices to do cooking with students at school. A certificate is issued on completion of training.
Health Protection Service, ACT Health: Food preparation and storage needs to comply with national and ACT legislative food handling practices. There is also a factsheet available about the use of eggs and fresh produce in schools.
Australian Dietary Guidelines: On this website you’ll find the official guidelines around the amount and kinds of foods we need to eat for health and wellbeing.
ACT Nutrition Support Service: recipes that are easy to prepare, budget friendly, and suitable for school and home.
Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation – Healthy Kids: includes family-centred advice based on the Foundation's recipes, garden activities and veggie-growing tips. The Foundation also has resources called ‘Tools for Teachers’ which include units, lesson plans and activity starters linked to the Australian Curriculum.
The Green Shed: head out to their Mugga Lane or Mitchell locations to purchase cheap kitchen equipment, utensils and crockery to get cooking at school and home. Schools involved in Fresh Tastes can get equipment and materials from The Green Shed for free.
Healthy Eating Hub: local nutrition service and their website has free resources, recipes, videos and more
Feedinc: plenty of delicious and nutritious recipes, especially for those who need gluten or dairy free options.
Project Dinner Time: brush up on your cooking skills by attending a session run by Nutrition Australia ACT.
Fresh for Kids: These fantastic recipe cards and lunchbox ideas developed by Sydney Markets can be sent home to parents and carers, discussed in class, or used in hands-on cooking activities.
Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Australia: This website from the famous TV Chef and crusader for healthier school meals features free recipes and resources for schools.