Chopped mixed nuts
Lovely for a really quick and easy packed lunch.
Scoop out and blend the watermelon flesh
So it’s hot and sunny which for some reason inspired me to make a tree decoration – i am not logical.
A handful of sprouts roughly chopped
Half a red pepper
A handful of grated cheese (I used cheddar and black pepper)
Oil for frying
Add the oil to he pan , and add the veggies around the centre. Crack the egg into the centre and fry it all until cooked.
Sprinkle the cheese over he veggies for a minute until melted and serve !
For some reason if I give my kids a plate of healthy food they moan whereas if I put the exact same food on a chopping board and call it a buffet they clear the lot in a few minutes. Kids are very strange sometimes.
This mornings offering was the leftovers from last weeks Abel and Coke delivery – clearing the way for tomorrow’s fresh boxes!
I have been pinning raw food ideas for a while now, I am not sure I could follow the diet BUT some of the meals looks really tasty so I had a go today for lunch and my goodness, what a hit!
Every single one of the 5 children loved it and demanded we have it again which for my kids is amazing!
Spiralized (or finely sliced) carrots and cucumber
Rice paper wraps
Nut butter (I mixed with a little milk to thin but you could use water or just have it as it is)
Apple – Thing
Sliced apples, mixed nuts and I added chocolate drops this time because I thought my kids would need encouraging to eat it – I was wrong! so I probably would bother next time.
We used the dip for both the spring rolls and the apples and it was lovely!
I will certainly be having a go at more raw food in the future!