Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Smart School Time Recipes

If you are ever struggling with serving healthy and homemade breakfasts, lunches and snacks to your kids, then you need to head on over to One Frugal Foodie to download their free e-book, Smart School Time Recipes. This gem of a book contains 125 healthy recipes, focusing on real, whole foods, rather than processed junk. The chapters include:

  • Morning Muffin Mania
  • Sensational Smoothies
  • Easy Freezin’ Waffles, Pancakes, and French Toast
  • More Smart Starts
  • Dips, Fillings, and Spreads
  • Soups and Stews
  • Salad-Style
  • More Lunchbox Love
  • Sweet Snackin’
  • Craving Cookies
  • Essential Extras
The breakfast recipes (More Smart Starts), in particular, have really inspired me to mix up our breakfast menu which had become really boring. The Pear and Raspberry Crumble and the Cherry Chocolate Bomb Overnight Parfait were real winners; they looked and tasted so much like desserts, but were full of healthy and filling ingredients to set the kids up for the day.

What I love most about this book, apart from the yummy recipes, is that most of the recipes have photos. For a visual person like me, this is really important, since if I can't see it, I'm not usually inspired by it! So make sure to head on over, and download this wonderful addition to your mealtime repertoire.

post signature


2 comments:

mamipdx said...

i'm going to check this out- the daily breakfast/packed lunch/snacks/dinner dilemma is neverending! i want to scream every time my oldest stands in front of the pantry or refrigerator and moans, 'is there anything to eat?'

Kalee said...

We're two adults, and with my cooking skills you would think breakfast would be a breeze, but I'm constantly lacking for ideas for yummy healthy things early in the morning. Neither of us are big breakfast people, but I know we need to eat it, so I'm going to go download this!

Related Posts with Thumbnails
Site Designed by Shabby Creations