Here a few healthy recipes that you might want to try.
Blueberry Power Punch Smoothie
A delicious, refreshing smoothie ideal for snack time or breakfast. It’s also perfect before exams, hectic and busy days as teeming with beneficial brain nutrients. https://www.thefoodteacher.co.uk/recipes/blueberry-power-punch-smoothie/
Coco Peanut Bites
Delicious chocolate peanut bites that are a perfect sweet treat for adults and children alike. Packed full of soluble and insoluble fibre which supports digestion and aids blood glucose regulation. The dates provide natural sweetness and contain a range of minerals including magnesium, zinc and selenium. The peanut butter and chia seeds are a good source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, so perfect for an energy boost too.
Easy Cheesy Flapjacks
An easy savoury flapjack recipe as featured in The Week Junior Magazine. Great as a snack or as an alternative to sandwiches. Oats are a slow-release carbohydrate and reputed to be beneficial for gut bacteria. https://www.thefoodteacher.co.uk/recipes/easy-cheesy-flapjacks/
Thanks to Katharine Tate, The Food Teacher for these recipes. If you’re interested in signing up for a 2-hour online cooking course for uni/college students, you can find out more information here.
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