Toddler snack brand, Organix have teamed up with Chessington World of Adventures Resorts to offer little explorers (and adults too!) a chance to go free. You can find the vouchers on the packaging of Organix snack packs, I found mine on the Organix Goodies bars. Each voucher entitles one adult or one child free entry to the park and the Gruffalo ride with one full paying adult on the day. The voucher can’t be used in conjunction with any other offer and full T&Cs can be found online at Chessington.com/organix.
We’re planning to use our voucher this Halloween half term as Chessington has some spooky special events on this October. I’ll write up a post shortly on our trip to Chessington if we end up going. 🙂
To celebrate their new partnership, Organix have come up with this little healthy recipe, a Gruffalo themed muffin tin meal so little ones can recreate the story with their food…
Gruffalo Themed Muffin Tin Meal Recipe
- Homemade potato wedges (Terrible Tusks)
- Cooked peas (Poisonous Warts)
- Lightly steamed sliced carrot rounds (Orange Eyes)
- Organix Goodies Cheese & Chive Breadsticks (Knobbly Knees)
- Sliced Organix Goodies Apple & Date Fruit Bar (Terrible Teeth)
- Sliced roast chicken breast (Roasted Fox)
- Or for a vegetarian option, replace the chicken breast with 18g sliced cheddar cheese, cut into triangles (Terrible Claws)
How to Make:
- Prepare your ingredients; make the potato wedges using the recipe below, cook the peas, lightly steam the carrot, chop the fruit bar into 5 pieces, slice the chicken breast or cheddar cheese if using.
- Place small portions of each ingredient into silicone or paper cupcake cases.
- Pop them on a platter, plate or into a 6 hole muffin tin to serve.
Simple Potato Wedges Recipe
- 250g new potatoes
- 1 tsp olive oil
- Salt and pepper to season (optional)
- Preheat the oven to 200°C (Gas mark 6/390°F).
- Scrub the potatoes in cold water then pat dry. Slice each potato into 4 or 6 wedges, (depending on potato size).
- Place in a roasting tin and drizzle over the olive oil. Season with a little salt and pepper if using.
- Shake the tin until the potatoes are coated in the oil.
- Put the tin in the oven to cook for 20-25 minutes, taking out and shaking every 10 minutes to help the potatoes cook evenly.
- Take out when slightly golden and enjoy!!
NB. This is collaborative post. The above recipes were provided for me by Organix to raise awareness for their latest campaign with Chessington World of Adventures Resorts. The photos have been provided for me by the PR team and other images have been credited respectively.