Giveaway: The After School Cookbook by Nick Coffer

As mentioned in my previous post, I recently shot some press images for The After School Cookbook by Nick Coffer – publication date Thursday 5th June 2014.

Publishers Hodder and Stoughton have also very kindly offered me three copies of this great, family-friendly cookbook to giveaway, so if you’d like to get your hands on a copy, simply enter via the Rafflecopter widget below!

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After School Cookbook
Cover image provided by Hodder & Stoughton. Cover design by Bobby Birchall


With thanks to Hodder & Stoughton for providing the three giveaway copies.

The After School Cookbook By Nick Coffer
120 quick, easy and affordable recipes for your hungry kids
Published: Thursday 5 June 2014
Hodder & Stoughton Trade Paperback & eBook £16.99

(Disclosure: Amazon affiliate link included)

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  1. Val Pownall says:

    Home made biscuits – especially chocolate chip.

  2. Stephanie Acton says:

    A bowl of cereal

  3. Claire Wilkinson says:

    fruit – honest!!!! my kids love fruit and veg

  4. charlotte thornton says:

    chocolate chip cookies

  5. Andrea Farrar says:

    Biscuits, if I’ll let her, otherwise fruit, dried fruit, sunflower seeds, etc!

  6. kim manson says:

    My kids love cheese and crackers

  7. Both mine love strawberries 🙂

    1. With the bases loaded you struck us out with that anerws!

  8. Jill Donaldson says:

    My kids love anything home baked when they get in

  9. Joanna Sawka says:

    a strawberry yoghurt

  10. Jennifer Rhymer says:

    A fruit winder 🙂

  11. Helen Grayson says:

    Lumps of cheese! 🙂

  12. fruit. any fruit really.

  13. Deborah Bird says:

    Dried apricots x

  14. Bananas and strawberries

  15. Diane Jackson says:

    Red grapes and blueberries

  16. One loves a raw carrot the other an apple

  17. Gillian Hutchison says:

    Jaffa cakes or jammie dodgers

  18. Holly Chandler says:

    Quite boring but.. my little boy LOVES bananas as a snack. So handy, not that messy & healthy.. cant go wrong!

  19. catriona nation says:


  20. Kirsty Greer says:

    My girls are big on cucumber and carrot sticks with dip at the mo x

  21. Samantha Atherton says:

    carrot, pepper or cucumber sticks with hummus

  22. Claire Nelson says:

    Cucumber sticks

  23. Keith taylor says:

    Hummous and pita bread.

  24. Rachel Craig says:

    Fruit, such as banana, grapes etc.

  25. Gemma Chantler says:

    Sausage rolls and quavers

  26. Ruth Harwood says:

    Chocolate Biccies are his fave… but that doesn’t mean he gets them often lol!

  27. Dawn Totton says:

    Strawberries and grapes.

  28. Rebecca Powell says:

    My son loves bananas or slices of cucumber and raw carrot

  29. CLAIRE WOODs says:

    a little bit of chocolate.

  30. anything whats bad for him

  31. emma falvi says:

    home made chocolate chip muffins

  32. Paula Readings says:

    Choc chip Cookies.

  33. Joanna Butler-Savage says:


  34. Carys Jones says:

    My friend’s son snaffles rice cakes, this cookbook would be so handy for her.

  35. joanne liddement says:

    Mainly fruit but especially bananas and pears

  36. Elizabeth Smith says:

    currently watermelon

  37. Hester McQueen says:

    Bananas – as fruit or/and Banana loaf!

  38. Kirsty Sparks says:

    Sausage Rolls 🙂

  39. Michelle Gordon says:

    DD2 red apples (and they have to be red) DD2 small toms, like cherry tomatoes, but he also like the little yellow and orange ones.

  40. Martin Woodhead says:

    Anything to get my son to eat something other than nuggets

  41. Caroline Kelly says:

    Chocolate, :/

  42. Nicola Holland says:

    Biltong and fruit

  43. kelly brittle says:

    my kids love dairylea dunkers

  44. Deborah Worrall says:

    Bananas – my kids love them

  45. kay panayi says:

    grapes or mini chedders

  46. rachel humphries says:


  47. Nuala Rees says:

    blueberries, lol to the point where it makes his poo black

  48. melanie stirling says:

    strawberries and grapes.

  49. fish finger sandwich

  50. lynn heath says:

    My kids love yoghurt in tubes

  51. kate kathurima says:

    Jam sandwich or fruit

  52. Tammy Tudor says:

    sliced strawberries 🙂

  53. Val Swift says:

    Cheese and crackers

  54. Cheese, cheese and more cheese! He’s going to look like a cheddar wheel soon if he’s not careful!

  55. Stephanie Tsang says:

    My daughter loves crackers with cream cheese.

  56. Katarina Micallef says:

    They love blueberries and cheese

  57. Lynne Durkin says:

    Mine love to have a selection of nuts 🙂

  58. We love fruit! Especially bananas… they make such a great snack!

  59. Samantha Wheeler says:

    Fruit! Any fruit…. She LOVES fruit!

  60. Gemma Clark says:

    Sticks of raw pepper, preferably orange ones!

  61. ADEINNE TONNER says:

    Cheese sandwich

  62. John Taggart says:

    Cheese and crackers

  63. clair downham says:

    cucumber and cereal bars

  64. Suzanne F says:

    My Daughter loves breadsticks and oatcakes for snacks.

  65. Kathy Cakebread says:

    sundried tomatoes

  66. claire matthews-curtis says:

    My daughter loves natural yogurt with fresh fruit and a bit of honey in it

  67. Rishona Taylor says:

    muller yogurt split pots- although the dentist told us to cut them out unless after meal times due to having lots of sugar in them..??

  68. ham and dairylea slice sandwich

  69. Elizabeth Ferguson says:

    Cheese strings

  70. I don’t have kids (just want to use it myself or to feed nieces and nephews) but my favorite after school snack was freshly buttered bread dunked in mushroom cuppa soup. Not exactly haute cuisine. My niece on the the otherhand loves blueberries. Much better.

  71. jodie harvey says:

    babybel and dairylea dunkers 😀

  72. Hazel Christopher says:

    My little boy loves mini babybels or cheese strings

  73. laura banks says:

    at the moment its bowls of frosties

  74. Kim Neville says:

    Laughing cow cheese dippers

  75. EMMA WALTERS says:

    my son loves crunchy corner yoghurts 🙂

  76. Tracy Nixon says:

    A little ones like to share Dairylea stackables at the mo – they go through phases so usually it is something different each week!

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