“Take off” with this colourful and healthy snack which is great for lunchboxes and picnics too! Mix and match the bliss balls with your little one’s favourite fruit or to use what’s in season - bananas and citrus segments work well too.
High energy almond bars are a great lunchbox addition. They are high in energy and the goodness of almonds, cranberries and sunflower seeds. They don’t contain flour or refined sugar, making it a great snack for a healthy active lifestyle.
Bring on the flavour with these easy cheesy butterfly muffins. For extra cheesiness sprinkle a little grated cheese over the muffins before baking. Use your child’s favourite spread to finish them off, or try Montagu Spicy Coconut Flavoured Peanuts and Raisins for a different flavour.
We understand that most of the time, lunchbox prep seems to fall to moms to handle. But with these handy hacks, there’s no reason why kids can’t take the reins on putting together their school snacks during the week. Our latest blog help you save time, sidestep challenges, select better snack options and serve healthier, fun lunches.
A nutritious, balanced lunchbox should ideally include six food groups (which sounds like a lot, but it’s actually easier than you think). We want to help you rock lunchbox prep this year with some super helpful info, tools and ideas. Sending your kids to school with healthy, balanced lunchboxes is not always easy. But it can be done - and fun - thanks to a little inspiration (from us) and a little planning (from you!). So, without further ado, allow us to introduce...The Lunchbox ‘Big 6’
Here’s a fun idea for the kids! Thank you TERESA ULYATE from Cupcakes and Couscous for this awesome idea. Kids will love these tasty almond muffins sandwiched together with chocolate almond butter and it’s the perfect excuse to play with your food.
Ok, so the family may have overdone it on the festive feasts and New Year nibbles. The last morsels of Christmas pudding have been gobbled up and you’re already starting to think about the diet you may (or may not) stick to as a New Year resolution.
Boredom often leads to unhealthy snacking and eating. Whether it’s overeating, binging on carb-loaded foods or snacking on high sugar foods… it happens. So how are you planning to tighten the leash a bit when it comes to unhealthy eating, especially over the holiday periods and weekends?