Baked Sweet Potato Wedges
On their own as a snack or as a side with your dinner, these baked sweet potato wedges are full of vitamins and a great replacement for chips!
- Preheat your oven to 180-degrees Celcius
- Cut a clean sweet potato into wedges (skin on)
- Place in a large pan and toss with olive oil, salt, pepper and a little paprika
- Bake for 30 minutes, taking them out halfway to flip
- Once cooked, cool for a few minutes and serve
Hummus and Veggie Sticks
Hummus is super easy to make and can be kept in the fridge for several days in an airtight container. Perfect for a quick snack on the go!
- Cut your choice of vegetables into thin sticks
- Add a can of chickpeas, 2 teaspoons of tahini, 1 garlic clove, ½ a teaspoon of crushed sea salt and 1 ½ tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice to a food processor
- Slowly add 3 tablespoons of olive oil as it combines
- Once the mixture is smooth and combined, serve and enjoy
Dipped Apple Slices
Cure a sweet tooth with these fun and easy-to-create dipped apple slices. Try different toppings to change things up.
- Cut an apple into wedges, removing any seeds and core
- Dip one half of each wedge into natural peanut butter
- Roll the peanut butter end in cacao nibs before serving
Kids love yoghurt, but store-bought yoghurt it’s often artificially flavoured and full of sugar. You’ll never need to buy flavoured yoghurt again with this easy method.
- Place a cup of berries, mango or banana into a blender and blitz until most of the big chunks are gone
- Add 2 cups of Greek yoghurt and blend for a few seconds
- Top with toasted oats or crumbled nuts (if not allergic)
These fruit kabobs are lots of fun for kids to try a variety of fruits. Watch small children to ensure they do not choke on the sticks.
- Chop a variety of in-season fruits into small chunks
- Skewer the fruit pieces, interchanging fruits, onto plastic or wooden skewers (ensure there are no sharp ends)
- Chill in the fridge before serving
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