7 Cool Summer Recipes for Kids
Best enjoyed al fresco
Summertime is fun time! It’s the season of ice cream, juicy fruit, light dinners, and luscious snacks to-go, as we pack up our food and enjoy it outdoors to soak up the sun. Here are some easy-to-make recipes for fun-loving kids and their parents:
The best thing about summer? Ice cream of course! Skip the queue at your local ice cream parlor, and make it yourself! Our banana and blueberry ice cream is easily made without an ice cream machine, and free from added sugar and cream. Perfect for kids and health conscious parents! For even more variety in your freezer, also check out our Mango-lime nice cream.
This pizza is everything you need on a summer day—it’s light, sweet, savory, crisp, and juicy all at once. It’s the ultimate summer version of pizza with an amazing combination of flavors. Plus, your kids will have fun rolling out the dough, and assembling the pizza toppings.
Cake addicts and creative kids will love this galette. You can pick any stone fruit you like, and get your kids to lay out the fruit in a pretty pattern. With very little sugar and loads of fruit in the cake, you won’t feel guilty as you pile vanilla ice cream scoops on top!
Get your kids excited about breakfast with these scrumptious breakfast popsicles. With just three ingredients, they are equivalent to a bowl of yogurt and muesli. Best served out on your balcony while enjoying the first sunshine of the day!
Planning a barbecue? These skewers are great for kids, as they are the perfect pairing of a popular meat and healthy vegetables. If your kids don’t like onion, you can pick different varieties of veggies, such as bell peppers or cherry tomatoes. The skewers are a great project for parents and kids alike, as the little ones will enjoy threading the skewers with all the chopped ingredients.
These healthy snacks are perfect for those who would like to spend the day outdoors, but need easy-to-carry food that keeps energy levels up. Our muesli energy bites don’t require any baking, so you can leave your oven off on a hot day. Kids will have fun rolling up the balls and coating them in muesli. You can choose the muesli that your children love best, and use fine or shredded oats for very small kids.
Summer time is holiday time! If you don’t have the funds to go on a real life safari, this smoothie will take you there. With ripe pineapple, orange, and carrots (plus, no added sugar!), this drink is a healthy choice to stay hydrated, and a chance to get your kids excited about the next visit to the zoo.
What are your kids’ favorite summer meals? Any recipe you love making with your children on a hot day? What must not be missed in your picnic basket? Comment below, or send us your own recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Published on June 26, 2017