Lots of you have asked for the recipes for the tasty vegetable soup and the nutritious energy bars that we made on our 'Wow' days!


Below are the recipes for both. If you make either the soup or the energy bars, be sure to comment below. You could even post a picture!


Vegetable Soup


Vegetables of your choice (we used carrots, spring onions and potatoes)

2 tbsp oil

500 ml vegetable stock



1. Peel and chop the vegetables into small pieces.

2. Fry the spring onions in the oil until they soften.

3. Add the other vegetables.

4. Add the stock and cover. Simmer until the vegetables are soft.

5. Blend until smooth and then season with pepper or fresh herbs.




Energy Bars

Ingredients: (To make a tray)

200g rolled oats

60g Rice Krispies

100g honey

100g butter

A choice of fruit to flavour your bars: raisins, chopped apple, dried apricots



1. In a large bowl, combine Rice Krispies, oats and your choice of fruit

2. Add the honey and melted butter

3. Mix to combine

4. Transfer the mixture into a baking tray, then use slightly wet hands to push evenly down into the tray.

5. While the mixture is still soft, slice into desired size bars.

6. Chill in the fridge until firm.


Comments (3)

  1. Alice Shaw

Grace S found a great way to spend the snow day, making energy bars and soup. We have photos however we can’t seem to find a way to upload them?

  1. Year Three

Great work, Alfie! I hope your nanny liked it Mrs Karavadra

  1. Emma Attree

Me & Alfie loved making soup this week for his Nanny, it tasted yummy!! Well done!

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