RECIPE: Fruity Frozen Yoghurt Bites

08 December 2019

The struggle of getting a child to eat their two and five serves of fruit and vegetables a day is a battle many parents face.

We all know the importance of including healthy and nutritious meals in a growing and active child’s diet, but that floret of broccoli or slice of apple might not be the first thing kids pick to eat.

Encouraging your little ones to become involved in the kitchen is a great way to positively influence their preferences and behaviours towards food and build a solid foundation for a nutritious diet in their early years.

Here's a quick and super-fruity recipe you can make together!

Frozen Yoghurt Bites

Fruit is an important element of a nutritious diet as it contains a range of vitamins, minerals and fibre to help growing kids. With a rainbow colour selection to choose from, fruit can be an enjoyable part of any child’s diet. 

Ingredients:

  • 30g honey
  • 300ml plain yoghurt
  • Fruit of your choice!

Method:

  1. Blend yoghurt and honey together.
  2. Blend each fruit separately. 
  3. Mix the yoghurt and honey blend with each fruit blend.
  4. Scoop the combined mix into an icy-pole mold or ice cube tray and put a wooden stick in each.
  5. Freeze until ready to eat!
     

Recipe extract courtesy of Beko, Europe’s leading home appliance manufacturer. Beko has recetntly launched the Eat Like A Pro program to inspire healthy habits in Australian households to ensure kids are fueled with the right nutrients, just like a pro, so they can perform to the best of their ability.

For more kid-friendly and healthy Eat Like a Pro recipes, head to eatlikeaprobybeko.com.au.

 

 

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Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City
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