We love goji berries in this house as much as we love chia seeds and add them to whatever we can. My little ones daycare is nut free so i’m always trying to make up things that are healthy, nutritional and don’t contain nuts.
A friend forwarded me a recipe for some nut free balls, but i didn’t have pepitas or sunflower kernels so used what I had and these turned out perfectly. My little one devoured them which I always love seeing.
I’ve portioned them out in our Snack bags so now i just need to grab a pack and add it to her lunchbox. So organised 😉
These Zucchini and Banana Muffins are so delicious and are moist. Perfect for lunch boxes or an afternoon tea snack! Hidden vegetables at it’s best – the kids have no idea that there is zucchini in them. There’s no sugar either, only honey which is a healthier option
This crunchy muesli bar slice is packed full of goodness and is of course much healthier than store bought versions. The seeds add a nice serve of fats and vitamins which are essential for good brain function. As these do contain some sugar it would be wise to limit these to snack time. I cut up portions and have popped one slice into each of our Sinchies snack bags and have put them in the freezer, ready to go when I need them. So they’re still as convenient as the store bought ones. They are egg free and if you use a diary free version of butter they’d be suitable for dairy free people too.
Both Chia Seeds and Dates are packed with essential, nutrients vitamins and minerals and help with energy as well as keep you fit and healthy. I put my thinking cap on and decided i’d make a Chia Pudding and then it hit me……Dates add a caramel flavour to things so why not try this! I’m so glad I did because it’s absolutely delish!