Students eat lots of unhealthy food. That’s common knowledge (proven by science). Surely, that’s too bad. But let’s be honest: a grown-up person can live on junk food for a while and be okay. After all, students eat unhealthily for the obvious reasons – namely, lack of time, lack of money, and lack of culinary skills.
But what if you’re a student and a mom at the same time?
Feeding young kid(s) hamburgers and French fries is a bad idea. Still, all the aforementioned problems stay with you, don’t they? You don’t have more time, money, or culinary skills just because you have a child. On top of it all, a kid needs to be entertained! So, what’s the way out of this trap?
We’ll tell you. Firstly, spare yourself some time by handling your essays to a reliable service like writepaper.com. Secondly, choose from our easy home recipes that you can prepare together with your kid and have fun making them. Finally, enjoy your meal!
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If you love traditional yeast dough pizza (is there anyone who doesn’t?), you may well think that this recipe is an offense to your taste. So, if you’re strongly against making pizza without pizza dough, you can buy it in frozen rolls at a grocery store… But honestly – are you sure it’s good enough to feed to your child?
If you have doubts, follow our advice and replace dough with quality bread. The recipe is super-simple, and the outcome is delicious!
● Sliced bread (white or wholegrain)
● Olive oil
● Caramelized onion (prepare in advance)
● Cherry/grape tomatoes, cut in halves
● Mozzarella (or any other) cheese, shredded
● Olives (green or black), cut in halves
● Sliced ham, bacon, or pepperoni (optional)
● Basil leaves
- Preheat the oven to 400 F (200 C).
- Sprinkle the baking sheet with olive oil to prevent scorching. Then, space the bread slices on the baking sheet and put them in the oven. Bake for approximately 5 minutes until they begin to toast slightly.
- Take the bread out of the oven and let it cool down a bit.
- Now it’s time to let your kid have a try! Together, top each slice with 1 teaspoon caramelized onion, 1 tablespoon pizza sauce or tomato paste, and sprinkle with shredded cheese.
- Put some tomato and olive halves on top. You can also add ham/bacon/pepperoni if you like. Finally, garnish with basil leaves and return your mini-pizzas back to the oven. Bake for approximately 8-10 minutes or until cheese is melted.
These tasty pancakes, also known as syrniki, are very popular in Eastern Europe. You can eat them for breakfast or lunch, with any sauce or hot beverage you like. This simple food, though fried, is also one of the healthiest breakfast ideas for kids – even the young ones. And it is pure fun in the making!
● Plain cottage cheese – 400 g
● 2 large eggs
● 1 cup flour (wheat, wholegrain, or oat)
● Vanilla extract – ¼ teaspoon
● Sugar to taste (white or brown, 1-4 tablespoons)
● Baking powder;
● Oil (canola, cornflower)
- Combine all ingredients. Whisk them together in a large bowl in the following order to make a batter:
● vanilla extract.
Whisk every time you add an ingredient.
- Add baking powder and flour. Use a mixer or a food processor to combine.
- Prepare a non-stick skillet and preheat it on medium heat with some oil. Pour your batter on a skillet with a cooking spoon. Cook for 2-3 minutes on one side, then flip over and cook until ready.
- Serve with sauce and berries to your (and your kind’s) taste! Yummy!
This one is probably the easiest snack recipe ever! Even a 2-year old can help you with this one.
● Ripe bananas
● Chocolate bar / Nutella / Peanut butter
● Topings of choice.
- Peel the bananas.
- Coat them evenly with any sticky sweet topping – melted chocolate, peanut butter, etc.
- Cover with decoration of your choice (shredded coconut, seeds, nuts, etc.) by rolling each banana over in it. Add some more with your fingers if needed.
- Cut each banana into bite-size pieces. That’s all!
Try our recipes and see how much fun making food with your kid can be! When you’ll need more ideas, think of other healthy and simple dishes like salads or cookies or omelets. Just remember – cooking can be fun, too!
P.S. But you still will have to clean up after all that fun…
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