Try some of our delicious, simple recipes for all ages. Many are great for making in batches and freezing for later — ideal for a quick snack, easy meal or tasty lunchbox. We love to focus on building food skills and knowledge and exploring different textures and flavours. Download these recipes to share with your family and friends, community group or add to a school newsletter as handy tips.

Tray of freshly baked silverbeet parcels. Photo: Natalie Mendham.

Our recipes section is still under development. In the meantime, you can find recipes on our Kitchen ABC/123 and food skills pages or view some delicious recipes on our Vimeo channel. You may also find some recipes hidden on our family dinner craft activity sheets!

Bushfoods postcard recipes

Coastal wattle (Acacia sophora) bush food postcard. Design: Patrick Badger. Sea parsley (Apium prostratum) bush food postcard. Design: Patrick Badger. Sweet scente Kunzea (Kunzea ambigua) bush food postcard. Design: Patrick Badger. Flinders Island celery (Apium insulare) bush food postcard. Design: Patrick Badger.

Tasmanian Bush Food to Plate project was made possible by a partnership between tagari lia Child & Family Centre and Families Tasmania (formerly Child Health Association of Tasmania), through funding from the Healthy Tasmania Community Innovations Grants program.