Fun Food Every Kid Can Make!

As the school holidays come to an end, you’ll definitely be busy in preparation of your kid’s back to school routine. Don’t handle the hassle by yourself. Why not let your kids pitch in by letting them make their own school snack? These recipes not only taste good but they’re as easy as 1,2, 3 to put together. Did we mention that they’re healthy too?

Keep food frozen and fresh for days

Grocery shopping can be a hassle, which is why we’re always looking for ways to preserve our goods for as long as they’ll last. By keeping food in the freezer, this will inactivate any microorganisms so it stays fresh for longer!

Don’t get browned off- Keep sliced fruits fresh & crunchy!

As much as we love storing sliced fruits in the refrigerator for a quick and healthy snack, fruits like bananas, pears and apples oxidize so quickly we’d have to finish them up quickly as soon as we cut them.

Crispy, tasty & healthy too!

Everyone loves a crunchy treat be it chips, pretzels or cookies. Here’s a healthier alternative to crispy snacks that’s yummy too. The best part is, you can indulge minus the guilt!

Spooning Ginger
Peel ginger and actually having some remaining for use. Ginger has all kinds of bumps and irregularities. Place a spoon against the skin and move it along the contours. The skin will come off easily with plenty left over for use.
Are you keeping it fresh?

So you just baked a batch of your favorite cookies and as you dig in, you realize that instead of the chewy goodness you were expecting, they turned out to be rock hard and tasted funky too.

Beat the heat with a fruity treat

Craving for a frozen treat on a hot, sunny day? Well, we’ve got a healthy fruit-tastic fix to keep you refreshed all day – fruit sorbets and popsicles!

Married-nated with flavor

With a good marinade, your meat dishes will impress the pickiest of eaters. While it can be stressful when planning your recipes, here’s a fool proof guide to marinating your meat for delicious perfection.

Bugs no more! Keep rice fresh the smart way.

Here are some tips on how to free your rice from nasty little pests.

Onion…. I’m so over you. No more tears!

Just keep onions in the fridge for 20 minutes and start peeling and chopping. When chopping, cut in half from crown to root, place the flat side of the cut onion on the board, cut horizontally so each slice is a “C” shape.

Fun Food Every Kid Can Make!

As the school holidays come to an end, you’ll definitely be busy in preparation of your kid’s back to school routine. Don’t handle the hassle by yourself. Why not let your kids pitch in by letting them make their own school snack? These recipes not only taste good but they’re as easy as 1,2, 3 to put together. Did we mention that they’re healthy too?

Are you keeping it fresh?

So you just baked a batch of your favorite cookies and as you dig in, you realize that instead of the chewy goodness you were expecting, they turned out to be rock hard and tasted funky too.

Keep food frozen and fresh for days

Grocery shopping can be a hassle, which is why we’re always looking for ways to preserve our goods for as long as they’ll last. By keeping food in the freezer, this will inactivate any microorganisms so it stays fresh for longer!

Beat the heat with a fruity treat

Craving for a frozen treat on a hot, sunny day? Well, we’ve got a healthy fruit-tastic fix to keep you refreshed all day – fruit sorbets and popsicles!

Don’t get browned off- Keep sliced fruits fresh & crunchy!

As much as we love storing sliced fruits in the refrigerator for a quick and healthy snack, fruits like bananas, pears and apples oxidize so quickly we’d have to finish them up quickly as soon as we cut them.

Married-nated with flavor

With a good marinade, your meat dishes will impress the pickiest of eaters. While it can be stressful when planning your recipes, here’s a fool proof guide to marinating your meat for delicious perfection.

Crispy, tasty & healthy too!

Everyone loves a crunchy treat be it chips, pretzels or cookies. Here’s a healthier alternative to crispy snacks that’s yummy too. The best part is, you can indulge minus the guilt!

Bugs no more! Keep rice fresh the smart way.

Here are some tips on how to free your rice from nasty little pests.

Spooning Ginger
Peel ginger and actually having some remaining for use. Ginger has all kinds of bumps and irregularities. Place a spoon against the skin and move it along the contours. The skin will come off easily with plenty left over for use.
Onion…. I’m so over you. No more tears!

Just keep onions in the fridge for 20 minutes and start peeling and chopping. When chopping, cut in half from crown to root, place the flat side of the cut onion on the board, cut horizontally so each slice is a “C” shape.