These are a great way to satisfy your kids’ (or your) donut cravings minus the unhealthy amount of sugar and dough. Mine love them as much as the regular donuts and always consider them as treats.
These rolls could me made in several variations. Add a sausage in between, or shredded chicken. Or make them sweet by adding sugar, Nutella or marmalade. Whatever your kid might like. It is much more fun than a regular french toast.
You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to make your own homemade pineapple jam. This jam has been one of the life savior for me. My kids can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner (if permitted 😉).
These are the easiest, quickest chicken wings you will ever make. My kids like cheese and ketchup, so I combined these two flavors.
When it comes to making lunchboxes in the morning rush hour, I prefer something quick and easy. But on the same time it should be healthy and fun for the kids too. These no cook lunchbox ideas are ready in a few minutes and are no mess for the little ones too.
Rubbed with spicy garlic pickle, coated with cheddar and then baked to a golden crisp, these chicken wings will take you into a different world of fusion.
Chewy, chocolatey and crispy, what more could you ask from a cookie. But wouldn’t it be perfect if it could somehow be made healthier? These dark chocolate paleo cookies definitely tick all these boxes.
To make it less hectic during the weekday mornings, it’s a good idea to prep some of the items for the lunch boxes on the weekends, involving your kids and making it a fun weekend activity. This way the kids are excited about it when they take it to the school and more likely to finish it too.