A bit of salt
Vegetable oil for frying
1. After washing, slice squash and potatoes then steam for about 15 minutes or until cooked (Tip: Not too soft, just enough for a fork to poke)
2. Drain squash and potato slices. Then add desired seasoning. I chose to add garlic powder and a bit of salt (you can omit this and use pepper instead).
3. For squash, coat it with egg then breadcrumbs. Potatoes are best left bare. (I think ^__^)
4. Deep fry in vegetable oil. Drain excess oil. Cool, then serve.
My son doesn’t like dips but you can make your own dips if you want. But I’m sure kids will enjoy more if you let them eat on their own. Mine finished this on his own, one bite after another. And then he asked for another snack about 2 hours later. Haha!
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)
A handful of Camote tops (o para mas madali at wala nang sukat sukat, isang tali ng talbos ng kamote galing sa palengke ^__^)
About 2 glasses of water
5-8 Calamansi fruit
1. Boil Camote tops in water
2. Pour and strain boiled water in a glass
3. Juice all the Calamansi
4. Mix camote tops water and Calamansi juice together (Watch the color change from dark, almost black liquid to a beautiful maroon/wine red color. It almost feels like a Science experiment! Super fun!)
5. Add honey or sugar to sweeten according to desired taste (Tip: Less sugar for babies and kids. Warning: No honey for babies below 1 year old)
6. Stir, add ice, then serve! (Makes about 2 glasses)
It’s amazingly easy to prepare and it’s loaded with vitamins. Your kids will surely love the tangy flavor and the bright color! I know my boy does.
What alternative ingredients can you think of for a healthy concontion? Share please! 🙂
Don’t forget to have fun today! ^__^
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!