#HealthyKidsfor£20 - Week One (Tuesday Recipes)
A quick nutrient packed drink.
Peanut butter is a great way to add good fats, vitamin B and E, and minerals such as magnesium, copper and manganese.
Bananas are a great source of potassium and fibre.
• 1 tsp peanut butter
• 180ml milk
• 1 banana
Place all the ingredients in a blender and mixture together for 1 min. You can add ice if you have some in the freezer.
You can also add vegetables- give it a go!!
Bake in oven for 40-55mins at 170, or microwave for 8-10mins.
Potato fillings are great for leftovers. Add hot or cold such as beans, cheese, tuna and sweetcorn, chilli, chicken.
food per serving kcal
Jacket potato 248
Tuna filling for sandwich or jk pot 111
Egg sandwich filler 86
Baked beans 205g serving 173
Veggie chilli without rice 131
Chicken strips, wedges and crunchy salad - serves 3 secondary school aged children or 4 primary school aged children
Using spices on familiar foods is a good way to increase taste experiences without having very strong food flavours, that can be off putting.
Chicken is a lean source of protein and the baked/roasted potato wedges are a healthier option than being fried.
Potatoes add fibre and vitamins. To increase the vitamins and mineral content add vegetable or side salad.
Note- chicken thighs and chicken legs are cheaper than chicken breast.
Don't forget to share your creations with us using #HealthyKidsfor£20 on social media!