A little bit of Greek – Spanakopita!
I love making these little triangular treats! They are so expensive in the shops but really easy and cheap to make, especially if you buy your feta from buyersbasket.club! They are great for an easy weekend lunch, (paired with a little salad) and my boys love them in their lunch boxes. A great way to get children to eat spinach!
There are loads of recipes on the net, but here’s the one I use: spanakopita recipe. I reduce the amount of onion as the children are a little onion averse!
And a little bit of Italian – Baked white fish with olives
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I tried the granola recipe from the “Raising Superheroes” recipe book by Tim Noakes. It was delicious and the kids really thought it was a treat! It makes for a very quick breakfast and is loaded with good oils and slow release energy that will keep them going through the morning. So much better than store bought cereals!
Colonel Crunchy Granola
from”Raising Superheroes” by Prof Tim Noakes et al (buy the book here:)
The first batch I made was finished by Monday, so double up, it’s so good!
100g pecan nuts
100 g raw, unsalted macadamia nuts
100g blanched whole almonds
Use our blue berries and mixed berries to make delicious smoothies!
Berries are powerhouses of healthy immune-boosting nutrients. In addition to being low in calories and high in vitamin C and potassium, berries are high in fibre, making them an excellent way to keep you full from breakfast until lunch.
Mixed Berry Smoothie Recipe
prep 15 min serves 4
4 cups frozen mixed berries
1 cup plain yoghurt
1/2 cup fresh orange juice
1/3 cup almonds or pecans or
1/3 cup of oats to make it extra filling.
Add all ingredients to a food processor and blend. Pour into a Read More