#HealthyKidsfor£20 - Week One (Wednesday Recipes)
Scrambled egg on toast
· 2 eggs
· Splash of milk
· 1 tsp butter
· 2 slices of toast
In a pan, preferably non-stick, melt the butter over a low heat.
Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the milk and beat together.
Add the egg mixture to the melted butter and gently stir over a medium heat with a wooden spoon until the eggs form soft clumps.
Serve on two slices of toast..
Sandwiches do not need to be boring or bland and can be a great nutrient packed meal.
food per serving (based on ham sandwich)
3.75 of sugar
Chicken strips, wedges and crunchy salad - serves 3 secondary school aged children or 4 primary school aged children
A great way to get children eating fish, without strong flavours.
Fish provides a great source of lean protein.
Pasta is a versatile slow realise carbohydrate, that goes well with creamy tasting sauces like the one in this pasta bake. The sauce is a calcium rich mixture to aid teeth and bone health.
The sweetcorn adds texture, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
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