Fun little breakfast that I made for Dylan! I used a little black food coloring on the frosted mini wheats for faces and then added some blue food coloring to the yogurt!
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Fun kids afternoon snack made with a celery & peanut butter tree, bread monkey and Cocoa Krispy ground!
Breakfast for my little guy!
1 Ole Xtreme low carb tortilla
1tsp Paleo Butter (stay tuned for a new product spotlight, it’s amazing!)
1 container of fat free strawberry Greek yogurt
Fresh fruit of choice
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut two smaller circles out of the tortilla. Mix together the cinnamon and stevia on a small paper plate. Melt the Paleo Butter (@paleobutter) in the microwave for 25 seconds. Brush both sides of the tortillas with the butter and then dip them into the cinnamon sugar. Place in ramekins that have been sprayed with cooking spray and bake for 20 minutes or until crispy. Fill each cup with yogurt and top with fruit!
Mash the banana & peanut butter together in a bowl with a fork. Next add in the cacao powder, vanilla & stevia and stir until well combined. Finally mix the cooked quinoa into the banana mixture & enjoy!
This is currently the ONLY way that I can get my 4 year old to eat Quinoa, but it’s a start!
Quinoa Fruit Salad – only 175 calories!
60grams precooked Better Body Foods tricolor quinoa
1tsp Better Body Foods agave nectar
Juice from half a lemon
In a small bowl combine the agave nectar & lemon juice. Cut up all of the fruit and mix together with the precooked quinoa and top with the lemon dressing!
I made the silver dollar pancakes & then hollowed them out in the middle using a cup cake corer, stuffed them with 1.5 marshmallows and microwaved them for about 20-30 seconds. Finished them with some chocolate sauce & graham cracker crumbs. Oh and used a lighter to torch them a little bit!
1 whole wheat tortilla
2tbsp peanut butter
1 banana sliced very thin
1/4cup of cocoa krispies
<optional: 3 small strawberries>
Smear peanut butter on top of the tortilla. Next top the peanut butter with thin slices of banana and then the cocoa krispies. Roll tortilla up and cut into slices. Optional: Cut 3 small strawberries in half, lengthwise. Trim into a heart shape with a small paring knife and then attach to the top of the rolls with a broken in half toothpick!
The sun was made with yellow chocolate & a Wilton mold from Michael’s that was $1.99. I cut it in half and the clouds are made from vanilla greek yogurt & blue food coloring.
The butterflies were made with fruit strips and small fondant cutters.
The people are made with pretzel sticks & Ritz crackers. The faces were made with cheese that I cut with a small fondant cutter. I drew the eyes on with black food coloring & a tooth pick. The hair is made out of sliced deli turkey. The females lips are a piece of candy. The dog is a ‘Walkers Shortbread Scottie Dogs’ cookie that I used a little red/black food coloring on. The leash is made from a candy rope.
Perfect kid friendly activity for the summer!
1 box of any flavor of jello mix (85gram box)
20grams of unflavored gelatin mix
1/2cup of COLD water
Place the cold water in a small saucepan that has not been on the heat yet. Sprinkle the unflavored gelatin into the water and lightly whisk. Allow the gelatin to bloom for a minute or two and then add in the flavored Jello. Slowly heat the mixture over medium low heat, whisking often until the jello is completely dissolved. It should be a smooth liquid mixture now, not gritty. Remove from heat and pour into glass measuring cup so that you can either pour into molds or into a baking dish for use with small cookie cutters. The size of baking dish will depend on the thickness that you would like your gummies to be. And then I either place in the refrigerator or freezer until set. I found that it only took about 5-10 minutes to set in the freezer. I peeled the mixture out of the glass baking dish that I used and placed it on the counter and Dylan and I went to town cutting out little bears!