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Why it's healthy: These lightly pan-fried wantons are full of veggies and packed with protein. They also require minimum effort so you can just whip it up within minutes while your child is having a nap. The best thing is that you can include any kind of veggie you like them to have as stuffing. Trust me, your little ones won't notice!
How to make: Cook ground chicken until completely done. Drain off any fat. Return chicken to pan and add broccoli slaw. Cook over medium heat for 3 minutes, or until the vegetables are softened. Add garlic, ginger and soy sauce, cook for 1 more minute.
Cut wanton wrappers into smaller pieces so you can make mini ones. Moisten the edges of the wanton wrappers with water using your fingers or a pastry brush. Spoon 1 tablespoon of the ground chicken mixture into the center of each wanton wrapper. Fold the edges in.
Why it's healthy: Instead of giving your child the typical mee soto dish with yellow noodles, try changing it up with a twist – add alphabet pastas instead! You can also cut down on the amount of oil and salt in the broth!
Why it's healthy: This is a great way to trick your toddler into eating his veggies! Make sure to soften the beef and cut it into suitable bite-sized pieces before serving it up to him.
How to make: Marinate beef strips in Tamari sauce for at least an hour, or overnight. If you don't have time, don't worry- just let it marinate while you cut up the veggies and it will still have added flavour.
Why it's healthy: Your tots will love this one. The best thing about it is that it's sugar free! What's not healthy about that? With only a few ingredients, you'll get to make this amazingly simple healthy dessert every mum will swear by.
How to make: Into a blender container, pour coconut milk. Add pitted dates, matcha green tea powder, and salt. Turn the blender on for 2 minutes. Make sure that the dates are fully dissolved into the coconut milk.
Pour the coconut mixture into a bowl, and place the bowl in the fridge for 1 hour to cool. Pour the cooled coconut mixture into an ice cream churn, and churn until the ice cream is the consistency of soft serve ice cream. The churning process will take about 30 minutes.
If you don't have an ice cream churner, use a wooden spoon and stir every few alternate hours in between the freezing time.
Store the ice cream in a sealed container in the freezer. When you are ready to eat the ice cream, just thaw it on the counter for 15 minutes. Scoop it up into a cone instead of serving it in a bowl – kids love that!
When she's not writing, Mizah is constantly on Netflix and wired 24/7. She loves cats, chicken rice, and can't survive without her weekly movie marathons.
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