Kids love these crispy on the outside whilst being soft and chewy on the inside oatilicious energy cookies. The recipe is so simple that it can be made together with kids. These no added sugar cookies are egg-free and dairy-free which is important if you have a family member with food allergies or intolerances.
A humble egg provides high-quality protein and contains 11 vitamins and minerals, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. All these essentials are needed by the body, but try telling that to your kids, they will look at you funny and refuse to eat it. So how can we take this boring but vital food and turn it into something our kids will devour?
Corn is rich in insoluble fiber that feeds the good bacteria in the gut, which aids in digestion. Throw in a healthy amount of vitamin A, B, E, plus iron and potassium, and you have got one sweet package. The eggs in these fritters provide a high-quality protein making them incredibly nutritious.
Did you know that avocado is actually a fruit? It is especially good for the kids as the presence of folic acid helps bones and muscles growth. These muffins are tasty, super healthy and simple to make! Avocado is a great substitute and a healthier version of butter or oil that is normally used in baking to provide mouthful and richer flavour.