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This is my old faithful dip recipe to get kids to increase their raw veggie intake during sugary holiday times (which seems like most of the year). Best served to hungry kids (e.g. after school) or at a class party. Yes, I am the weird parent who sends broccoli (because there are always more than enough mini cupcakes!). I've had middle schoolers ask for this dip recipe, and my Tupperware veggie platter is always returned empty!
It is the perfect quick desert to make. You just need one banana, Greek plain yogurt, maple syrup and fresh blackberries, Bingo! This mixture is just delicious. This double page illustration is a happy colourful fling! The text is purely decorative to fit the illustration.
I had a pitaya sitting on my kitchen table, and had a sudden idea to make this! A beautifully light and cool breakfast- the sweet fragrance of the pitaya is complemented by the tangy yoghurt and lashings of golden honey. Fruit granola is optional but adds a lovely crunch.
Citrus ice pops are probably one of the easiest recipes of all. Just orange juice and slices of lemon/orange would make perfect ice pops! So why not give a little twist and make your pops more adorable? You can add milk and yogurt as a white snow part, and utterly transform your citrus pops into snow-capped Mount Everest! Even a snow leopard would be happy about it!
When I was little, I didn't like milk at all, so my mother used a little magic. She transformed milk into these yummy sweet treats with fresh berries! From then on, my phobia of milk had completely gone, and these milk ice pops became my dear dear friends!