- One large apple
- a glass of oatmeal
- Two tablespoons of expanded amaranth
- ½ cup of cranberries
- Two tablespoons of honey
- ½ cup of a mixture of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, almond flakes
How To Do It?
Grate the apple on a large-mesh grater. Roast the seeds in a pan. Mix oatmeal, amaranth and dried cranberries with apple and honey and Allow the flakes to soak up the apple juice overnight in the refrigerator. Then add the roasted seeds, mix them and put them on a baking sheet covered with baking paper. Knead thoroughly with the hand, forming a bar.
Bake in the oven at 180 degrees for about 30 minutes and leave for another hour in the oven turned off to allow them to dry. After cooling down, cut into bars and store in the refrigerator.
Something sweet for the second breakfast to school. A great alternative to bars that contain glucose-fructose syrup that is harmful to your health. A healthy snack enriched with fibre. The latter, swelling in the stomach, gives a feeling of fullness for longer. The combination of oatmeal and nuts is a portion of healthy energy for the whole day at school.
Fruit And Mint Jelly
- a glass of apple compote without sugar
- a glass of light mint infusion
- Four tablespoons of gelatin or agar-agar
- 2 cups of various berries (raspberries, cranberries, blueberries, blueberries )
- a few leaves of mint
- spoon of liquid honey
How To Do It?
Soak the gelatine in a few tablespoons of cold water, and when it becomes swollen, heat it in a pot with hot water until it dissolves.
Place the fruit in a large bowl. Combine the compote with cold mint infusion, sweeten with honey.
Add gelatin and mix. Pour over the fruit, put it in the fridge. When the dessert sets, Remove it from the mould, decorate it with mint leaves.
A light, refreshing, healthy dessert for a child (or adult) is not very active. Perfect for those who spend hours in front of a computer or “on a smartphone”.
Dessert enriches their menu with vitamins and antioxidants strengthening the walls of blood vessels, transporting substances that nourish the eyeball.