As a child I loved having a fish supper, I even went through a phase of only wanting fish fingers for me tea. Somewhere in my teenage years I gained a food aversion to fish and would be sick if I ate it. However, during my pregnancy with Piglet, it was one of the foods that I craved. Thankfully it is something that I have been able to continue to enjoy since her birth. So a fish supper is now regularly on our family meal plan.
To help celebrate the work of the RNLI, supporters up and down the country will be joining in with a RNLI fish supper. A great way to raise some money for an amazing charity but also I great way to come together with friends and family and enjoy a delicious fish supper.
RNLI Fish Supper // What’s it all about?
The RNLI Fish Supper is an annual charity event to help raise funds for their life-saving work. It’s simple, it’s fun, and it saves lives. You invite your friends or family, serve a delicious Fish Supper, and collect donations for the RNLI.
This year, Fish Supper will be held over the weekend of 13th to 15th October 2017 across the UK and Ireland
RNLI Fish Supper // Child-friendly fish suppers
Getting the children involved within the RNLI fish supper is important too. Take a look at the fish recipe inspiration below, full of easy recipes to get the kids in the kitchen. Plus a few new flavours for them to try out and hopefully enjoy too.
Mini fish pies (gluten and dairy free)
Salmon and sweet potato fishcakes
RNLI Fish Supper // More information
More information and details on how to sign up for the #RNLIFishSipper at www.RNLI.org/FishSupper