- 2 cups of raspberries (250 g)
- 2 cups of thick low-fat yoghurt
- 50 g of dark chocolate
- Four tablespoons of skim milk
How To Do It?
Dissolve the chocolate in a water bath. Put raspberries into a blender, blend thoroughly, and then rub through a fine sieve. Pour the raspberry mousse into glasses, filling it to 1/3 of its height. Make up the rest of the glass with yoghurt. Sprinkle with blueberries and pour over melted chocolate. You can use frozen raspberries instead of fresh raspberries. Peaches, nectarines, oranges and mandarins also taste great.
For good bones and teeth, a snack for picky eaters. It is a spotless, slightly acidic and refreshing healthy dessert for a child that improves the appetite. It also provides a portion of calcium and protein necessary for bone growth and healthy teeth.
- 470 g of canned red beans (cooked weight)
- 245 g of dried dates without pits
- 50 g of coconut shrimps for “dough.”
- a small amount to coat the pralines
- 50 g of milk
How To Do It?
Soak the dates until they are soft. Blend with the beans and half of the coconut flakes. Shape into pralines, coat in chips or cocoa. Cool in the refrigerator. Bean pralines are ready.
A healthy dessert for active children. The perfect snack after an exhausting workout. Natural sugars contained in dates perfectly complement glycogen deficiencies in muscles and the liver after training.
And beans are one of the best sources of B vitamins involved in carbohydrate absorption and conversion of glucose into energy.