Kids are notoriously difficult to please. They need food that is both tasty and healthy. No matter how nutritious the snack is that you’ve spent ages in the kitchen to prepare, if it doesn’t appeal to them, all your hard work goes to waste!
Read on below to get inspired with ideas that will help you boost your child’s health and captivate their taste buds at the same time! Also know how to eat healthy on a low budget.
French Toast (Eggy Bread) and Stewed Apples
This is a spicy, sweet and delicious snack that your kids will love. It is made from ingredients easily available at home. It can be made from leftover bread and is called “pain perdu” in French, meaning “lost loaf.” It’s great because it is really easy to make and tastes heavenly!
The preparation is similar to the common french toast we make and eat. There are a few tricks to make this dish really stand out. For example,
Use slightly stale bread, like 5-day old bread. Fresh bread absorbs too much egg and becomes soggy when fried. We need the fried bread to be crisp.
Though apples are the natural choice, this recipe will work with any fruit you have in case apples aren’t available.
The ingredients that are generally needed to make this dish are bread, apples, a knob of butter, eggs, cinnamon powder, sugar, icing sugar for garnishing, milk, water and cooking oil.
Baked Beans with Potato Cakes
Deliciously light potato cakes. A modern kid-friendly twist on the classic bacon and beans most of us have enjoyed in our childhood. The ingredients you will need to make this treat are shredded pork, seasoning (salt and pepper), cooking oil, red chilli, garlic, onions, raw sugar, cider vinegar, tomatoes, white beans, potatoes, a knob of butter, flour and some olive oil.
The preparation is simple enough. The pork is cooked first in oil and condiments. The beans are added in with pureed tomatoes. The potatoes are mashed, doughed and fried to make cakes. The pork and beans are then portioned on top of the cakes. Read more...
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