The school-age years are marked by rapid growth, both physically and mentally. Fruits and vegetables offer a host of benefits that are particularly vital during this developmental phase. By providing a diverse range of nutrient-rich options and using creative strategies to encourage kids to eat them, you can set your child on a path towards a lifetime of healthy eating habits.
This Lunchtime Hax from Jax Hamilton and Best Foods is fun, healthy and yum! Low on carbs and high on flavour, rice paper rolls are a light and tasty modern take on a sandwich that can be made in the weekend, frozen, then popped into lunchboxes when you need them.
In this clever Lunchtime Hack from Jax Hamilton and Best Foods mayonnaise, you can make guacamole that can be stored in bags in the freezer to save time later when putting sandwiches together. It's a great way to use your ripe avocados before they go to waste too.
Combining peanut butter and chocolate into one treat is one of, if not the most, delicious food combinations out. We’ve put these two flavours together into a super delicious, sugar-free, peanut butter chocolate bar. It's the perfect lunch box snack and can be stored in the refrigerator throughout the week to enjoy.
Kids can get bored of the same school lunches over and over again, so colour and variety are key and a few healthy, homemade treats will go a long way. All out of ideas? Here are a few to keep your kids snack-happy.
There are some bananas going black in your fruit bowl. Yesss! It’s banana baking time!