Continue learning about healthy eating and reducing food waste at home with these fun, hands-on activities. Learn all about reducing your foodprint, be creative in the kitchen with food that would otherwise go to waste and learn about safety and hygiene when preparing food. FEAST at home documents are editable so there's no need to print them.
Getting hungry? Start cooking with your kids at home with these simple but delicious recipes. Encourage creativity and challenge your kids to think about food waste, sustainability and cooking in a new way!
Do not forget to let your local primary school know about the FEAST program to help inspire future change-makers. Download and share our FEAST Digital Brochure with your school - don't let this opportunity go to waste!
Editable document. How do we safely prepare and eat our food? Safety and hygiene are very important especially when preparing and eating food. Learn more and inspire your friends and family by designing a poster.
Editable document. The food you eat impacts your health, the environment, animals and people – this is known as your foodprint. But how can we reduce this? Research and present your findings in a creative way!
Editable document. Undertake an audit of your fridge and fruit bowl at home. Find the fruit and veggies that often go to waste, and then get creative! Think of your own recipe to use up the fruit and veggies.
Editable document. We all like to eat sweet foods such as cake, biscuits and ice cream. But this is not really healthy, so it’s important to learn more about sugar and how much sugar there is in products we like.
Editable document. Eating the right food is so important to stay fit and healthy. Learn about the five food groups and identify the healthier options in this activity and ... swap and switch!
Editable document. Storing food correctly can make it last longer, but it does not all go in the same place. Learn how and where to store your food to avoid food waste!
Who doesn't want to have their own iconic OzHarvest van? Print and design your OzHarvest van. Is it going to be yellow and what food have you rescued today? We would love to see the result!
Did you know tomatoes are the most popular fruit in the world? Print out and fold your own FEAST chatterbox to reveal interesting food-facts and tips to reduce food waste!
Play Bingo and learn about the fruit and veggie items on your card! Bok Choy, Zucchini, Peas and Rhubarb in a row? BINGO!
Print this poster and inspire your kids to become food waste fighters. Let's fight food waste - do your bit and love your food!
FEAST is a curriculum aligned primary school program. It inspires kids to eat healthy food, waste less and be change-makers in their communities. Get your local primary school involved by downloading and sharing our brochure. Don't let this opportunity go to waste!
A fuss-free and healthy breakfast? Use your leftover fruit as a delicious topping and you can even make it the night before!
Let's get peachy! A great recipe for breakfast, dessert or a snack at any time of the day. Challenge yourself and make it look beautiful with the different layers!
Bonjour - we all love French Toast! The eggs, milk and wholemeal bread are good protein sources. And it's a great way to use up stale bread.
Perfect for lunch or dinner. Any green leafy vegetables such as spinach can be added. Or be creative with any herbs or vegetables you have left over!
We love veggies! You can use any type of vegetables or herbs you like for these fritters, so it’s a wonderful way to stop old vegetables going to waste.
Did anyone say sushi? Yes please - a nutritious snack that is fun to make. And it uses bread - one of the most top wasted foods!
Feeling fruit-a-licious today? Make these easy but delicious fruit skewers. You can pick your favourite fruit or seasonal fruits to make a healthy dish!
Make these amazing, delicious Muesli Bliss Balls. A fun, sweet treat using ingredients from the pantry.
Packed with essential nutrients, the tzatziki dip makes a tasty and protein-rich way to sneak extra veggies into your day!
Decorating your own pizza? Try our Watermelon pizza that provides plenty of fibre and healthy fruits!
Get cooking at home with this simple, easy and delicious recipe.
Who doesn't like pizza?
Be creative with our old time favourite - spaghetti bolognaise. Add your leftover vegetables or lentils for a healthy, rich sauce.