Healthy Easter Boiled Eggs
“Easter isn’t all about chocolate eggs – get kids excited about their savoury counterparts with this cute serving suggestion. Eggs are a great source of high-quality protein, too. Create fun creatures with simple and healthy boiled eggs for little children this Easter. They’ll love helping you make an edible spring scene and enjoy one of their five a day at the same time. ”
Healthy Oatmeal Peanut Butter Eggs
“Oatmeal Peanut Butter Eggs are all natural, vegan, vegetarian and make a wonderful snack for all those on a diet! I am a huge fan of recreating festive treats to go with any diet and this one is my favourite. The best part was adding the batter to the plastic eggs and waiting for it to set!”
*Please be aware that whole peanuts, chopped peanuts, and crunchy peanut butter are choking hazards for babies and children.
Healthy Veg Patch Hummus
“Make this healthy hummus and pile it into mini plant pots for a cute snack for kids. Children will love it, and they can dunk in carrots and other crudités. Spoon nutritious, creamy hummus into clean mini plant pots and serve with baby carrots or other crudités. We’ve added plenty of flavour with lemon, garlic and tahini paste, and these pots are vegan, too.”
Piccolo’s Apple and Apricot Muffins
“These deliciously moreish apple and apricot muffins are quick to make and ideal for snacks, in the lunchbox or tied up with a ribbon as a present. We have used our Piccolo Apple & Apricot puree in these, but you can remove and add another 50ml of milk or a heaped tablespoon of yoghurt.
Tip: You can also use different fruit, substitute the Apple & Apricot puree and fruit for our Peach & Apple puree and some chunks of tinned peach”
“Colourful Date Balls
Snacks for kids and adults alike, these are a great source of antioxidants. Perfect guilt free treats! As with most of eco rascals recipes they can be adapted to replace any allergens, see alternatives in ingredients list below.”