These delicious morsels are a wonderfully healthy treat for after school or weekends. These grape balls do contain nuts, which does rule them out of most school lunch boxes.
Ideal for a healthy snack or as an extra ‘something’ in the school lunch box, popcorn is tasty, healthy and filling (thanks to the protein in the kernels). It takes mere minutes to pop your own, and you can then add as much or as little butter or salt that you like. So, go on, give it go!
Guacamole is a must whenever you’re serving Mexican food, from tacos to nachos and burritos. It’s also just fabulous on it’s own. Dip a corn chip into it and pop it in your mouth, then go back for another … and another …
Avocados make such wonderful small bowls for mini salads. What’s more, you can eat the bowl! Change up the contents of this salad how you like (whether you are feeding kids or adults), but I think you’ll find this combo of ingredients is really scrummy!
Yes, everyone can have pizza tonight when the dough is this quick and easy to make! Why not roll it out and let the kids assemble their own mini pizzas!
As far a flavour and texture go, bought hummus doesn’t hold a candle to the homemade version. And really, hummus only takes about 5 minutes to whip up, so why would you bother buying it anyway?!
What can we say? Who doesn’t love a chocolate brownie for a treat or dessert? These are soooo good, you may have to make a double batch. And best of all, you only need one bowl and 5 minutes to prepare them!
Our most patriotic biscuits! These oat biscuits are so more-ish, you won’t be able to stop at just one. Share them around on Anzac Day, or any other day of the year.