Malunggay leaves (as much as you want)
Banana (2 medium sized)
Calamansi (8-10 fruits)
Honey or Sugar (as much as you want)
Ice (4-5 cubes)
1. Peel and chill bananas
2. Juice all calamansi
3. Blend the sliced chilled bananas and malunggay leaves. When done, add calamansi juice and honey/sugar, then blend some more
4. Add ice cubes then blend until ice cubes are thoroughly crushed.
All done! Easy, delicious and healthy! No reason not to try 😉
Special thanks to Kiara for the tip! ❤ The baby loved it! (Finished a whole glass the first time he tasted it)
1. Boil and mash potatoes
2. Grate cheese
3. Mix potato and cheese together, form into balls (Option: Put a chunk of cheese at the center of balls for a cheesy surprise/explosion!)
4. Beat eggs, prepare breadcrumbs
5. Dip formed balls into egg and then roll into breadcrumbs until fully coated
6. Deep fry coated balls in oil (Although I didn’t follow this, so I ended up having balls with unequal golden brown color. Don’t do what I did)
8. Let it cool, then serve 🙂
My son finished almost all of the balls. (And he ate anothe snack after an hour. Whew!)
It’s a healthy snack that is easy to prepare and easy on the budget.
Try it and let me know how you/your children like it!
Any recipes you want to share for kids’ snacks? Let me know in the comment box!
Enjoy your day!!!
1 large sized or 2 small sized banana (I used Lakatan)
1 large egg
olive/sesame oil or butter
1. Mash banana/s
2. Beat the egg
3. Mix banana and egg together
4. Heat the pan and brush with oil/melted butter (Tip: Very very low fire since banana has sugar and burns easily)
5. Pour around 2-3 tablespoons of banana-egg mixture (The mixture can make around 3 small pancakes
6. Wait for it to dry up/form bubbles or for the other side to turn slightly brown.
7. Turn over to cook the other side of the pancake. (Tip: Use non stick pan and be really careful in turning it over)
8. Let it cool, slice it up, serve, and let your kids enjoy!