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One of the best tips for feeding kids is to find something they love and then create different ways to serve up that favourite.
Specifically created for li’l tums, Suckies probiotic yoghurt pouches (with a 4.5 health star rating and no added sugar) are not only convenient to pop straight into lunch boxes, but they can be used in a variety of ways to create tasty snacks the kids will love.
Here’s five ways to create Suckies snacks:
1. Make yoghurt brekkie pops
Mix your pick of Suckies yoghurt with finely chopped fruit and a few heaped tablespoons of your favourite oaty granola. Spoon into ice block moulds, pop in a stick and freeze. Voilà – breakfast in popsicle form!
2. Dehydrate into snacky drops
Dollop teaspoons of your favourite Suckies fruit yoghurt onto a dehydrator tray lined with parchment paper. Dehydrate until crispy and airy (like a meringue!) to enjoy as a nutritious, protein-rich yoghurt snack. Pop a raspberry on top for extra flavour.
3. Make frozen yoghurt bark
Spread Suckies yoghurt onto a lined baking tray, top with your pick of fruit and nuts, and freeze. Break into shards to enjoy as a satisfying calcium-rich snack for a sweet tooth.
4. Whiz up a homemade fruity frozen yoghurt
With the weather warming, try a homemade frozen yoghurt. Simply mix in your pick of Suckies yoghurt with fruit, blitz, then store in the freezer until it has reached your desired consistency.
5. Banana pancakes
• 2 small or 1 large Banana
• 1 Suckies banana yoghurt pouch
• 1 cup of rolled oats
• 1 egg
• 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
• 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
• ½ teaspoon of baking powder
• Butter/oil to grease pan
Whiz together all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour onto a lightly greased pan on a medium heat. Heat for a few minutes until bubbles appear, then flip for another minute or two until both sides are brown. Serve with fried bananas and a drizzle of yoghurt and maple syrup – yum!