These are super easy to make. They are also healthy depending on how much sugar is in your granola. They need to be refrigerated and contain peanuts so probably best not to take them to school. They make a great after school snack though.
It's definitely apple crumble weather - this super easy recipe doesn't require pre-cooking the apples so there are less dishes.
French toast is super easy to make and is a great weekend breakfast or brunch treat. Just add fruit and syrup - yum.
Cinnamon scrolls are making a comeback. Here's an easy recipe to make your own - perfect for the cooler Autumn weather. You can find the recipe on Emma's website - https://www.emmafontanella.com.
I am loving zucchini fritters at the moment. You can eat them for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack. I put feta in mine instead of parmesan.
Have a fruit smoothie - find some great recipes at www.taste.com.au
Bake some fruit muffins - my favourite are Donna Hay raspberry and white chocolate muffins
Add some fruit to your yoghurt (I add blueberries and some granola too)
Have a piece of fruit for an after school snack - have some pre-cut fruit in the fridge ready to go
Carry some dried fruit in your bag
Eat some frozen fruit - grapes, bananas, blueberries, raspberries
Dip some fruit in melted chocolate and cool - I know this is a bit naughty but nice
Add some fresh fruit to your cereal
Make some fruit kebabs for desserts
Make some tutti frutti popsicles - find the recipe at www.healthywa.wa.gov.au
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I made these healthy cacao, coconut and date balls this week and they were delicious. You can find the recipe at www.taste.com.au. They are super easy to make and contain no refined sugar (just dates).