Have fun with your food with fresh roasted apple fries and cornflake crusted chicken fingers. Kids will love preparing the 'fries' and coating the chicken. Serve in rolled newspaper for an authentic 'chippy' feel.
Frittata is an Italian version of an omelet that has the vegetables mixed in with the eggs and since it is not folded but served open face, it is easier to handle. It may be baked in oven or cooked on top of stove and served any time of day.
Mixing up your morning meal is easier than you think – Take a creative spin on kid–friendly foods like nachos and dip. Keep it simple by using some breakfast staples, like fruit, low–fat yogurt, and fruit spreads made with natural ingredients, so you can give your kids a meal they will love and one you can feel good about!
Korey Kealey, food specialist and busy mom, suggests refreshing your breakfast with quick and easy breakfast nachos – four simple ingredients and just three easy steps:
Mussels are a 'super green' food that offer tremendous health benefits. In addition to being low–fat, they're an excellent source of protein, omega 3s, iron, zinc, vitamin C and B12.
Preparing blue mussels is easy and quick. Rinse them and add to a pot with 1/4 cup of liquid. Cover and steam for five to seven minutes. They can be spiced up for more elegant occasions, or served plain with butter and crusty bread for a weekday meal.
Bring the taste of California to your table when you serve this delicious and unique flatbread. This creation is sure to be a crowd pleaser, providing a fusion of pizza and salad. With vibrant spring colours and bright flavours, it makes a terrific family brunch option served with a lightly dressed salad of mixed greens and ripe tomatoes. Or, cut the flatbreads into small squares for a fresh appetizer.