Healthy Kids’ Snacks

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - LIVING -


In­stead of buy­ing doughnuts from the shop that has been deep-fried and sat­u­rated with sugar and fats, make a health­ier ver­sion at home by bak­ing them your­self. Once out of the oven, partly cover it with a glaze.


Left in its orig­i­nal state, pop­corn can ac­tu­ally be healthy. It is the ex­ces­sive added sugar, caramel and salt that makes it un­healthy. Make yours at home by pop­ping plain ker­nels and add flavour­ings like driz­zled dark choco­late, cheese, lime zest or co­conut.


Give ice-cream a makeover by bl­itz­ing frozen ba­nanas in a food pro­ces­sor for a healthy con­coc­tion. Us­ing ba­nana as a base, add co­coa pow­der for choco­late flavour, vanilla beans for vanilla flavour, and ground cof­fee for cof­fee flavour.

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